Red Rose Primary School
Red Rose Primary School
York Terrace, Chester le Street
County Durham, DH3 3NA
Telephone: (0191) 3886251

'Red Rose is an outstanding school where pupils reach high academic standards
and excellent levels of personal development.' Ofsted

Aim High, Be Proud! ....... Aim High, Be Proud!

Red Rose Primary School

Headteacher's Welcome

It is an absolute pleasure to welcome you to our web-site and we hope that you can find all of the information that you require. However, if not, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0191 3886251 or via email to the school:

At Red Rose Primary School we value each and every child and strive for continual improvement to ensure all children aspire for and reach their own full potential. We have high hopes of all our pupils and aim to provide a safe and secure environment in which everyone can learn together and develop as individuals.

Red Rose is a FANTASTIC place to learn and thrive.

Our school motto is ‘Aim High, Be Proud At All Times’

Mrs S. Bainbridge

2014 SATS Results
We are delighted to announce our SATs results for Year 6:
Numeracy: Level 6: 18%, Level 5: 58%, Level 4: 24%; Level 5 & above: 76%
Reading: Level 5: 76%, Level 4: 21%; Level 3: 3%; Level 5 & above: 76%
SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar):
Level 6: 6%; Level 5: 73%, Level 4: 12%, Level 3: 9%; Level 5 & above: 79%
Writing: Level 5: 35%; Level 4: 100%
(The average child is expected to achieve a Level 4).
Well done everyone. We are delighted.

A Little Reminder

  • PLEASE NOTE: Monday 22 June - School CLOSED
    for pupils due to Professional Development Day

  • Friday 12 June - Apollo Room Family Assembly
  • Thursday 18 June - Cheese & Wine Evening for parents of
    children commencing school in Sept 2015
  • Friday 19 June - Armstrong Room Family Assembly
  • Tuesday 23 June - Visit for new children starting Sept 2015 (Group 1)
    (1.30 pm -2.30 pm)
  • Wednesday 24 June - Yr5 - Enrichment Day at Park View
  • Thursday 25 June - Visit for new children starting Sept 2015 (Group 2)
    (1.30 pm -2.30 pm)
  • Friday 26 June - Rainbow Room Family Assembly
  • Tuesday 30 June - Visit for new children starting Sept 2015 (Group 1)
    (1.30 pm -2.30 pm)
  • Wednesday 1 July - Yr5 Hermitage Feeder Visit
  • Thursday 2 July - Park View Transition Day
    Visit for new children starting Sept 2015 (Group 2)
    (1.30 pm -2.30 pm)
    Childline Workshop - Yr5/Yr6 (1.10 pm)
  • Friday 3 July - Park View Transition Day
  • Tuesday 7 July - Park View Transition Day
  • Thursday 9 July - Reception - Educational Visit to Beamish)
  • Friday 10 July - Yr6 Leavers Assembly
  • Monday 13 - Thursday 16 July - Yr6 Residential Visit
  • Thursday 16 July - Winning Team to Krazy Kingdom

  • If your child was born between 1 Sept 2010 and 31 Aug 2011
    you will need to register for a primary school place for Sept 2015.
  • Think Before You Park – Please take extreme care when parking around school.
    Remember the safety of our children is paramount.
  • Breakfast Club – In order to enhance the safety and well-being of our children
    please accompany your child into the hall and ensure they are handed over
    to the appropriate member of staff.
  • Homework is issued on a Wednesday and should be returned by the following Monday.
  • Reading Records, Reading Books and Message Books should be brought into school daily.
  • PE kits should be brought into school on a Monday and left all week.
  • We continue to encourage our children to bring a bottle of water to school each day.

  • Click on the link below to learn more about SEND Local Offer, SEND Information Report and SEN Policy

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    What is a School Governor?

    Governor Monitoring Programme 2014-15

    Click on the icon below to access our Curriculum Map

  • Governor Quality Mark 2013 - One of the first schools in Durham to achieve this
  • Science Quality Mark - Silver 2013

  • Policies, Procedures and Statements
    Accessibility Plan
    Water Safety Information
    Formal Complaint Procedure
    Managing Medicines in Schools Policy
    Confirmation of Head's Agreement to Administer Medicine
    School Marking Policy
    Pupil Premium Statement 2014
    Values Education Policy Statement
    Equality Information 2014
    Equality Policy 2014
    Charging Policy
    Admissions Policy
    Attendance Policy
    Behaviour Policy
    School Council Policy
    Starting School
    Order Form for Waterproof Jacket
    Leave of Absence Guidelines
    Leave of Absence Application
    Sports Premium Statement
    School Policy for Pupil Premium
    Child Protection Policy
    Internet ESafety Policy
    Foundation Stage Policy
    Policy Transition for Foundation Early Years
    SIP Foundation Stage
    Policy Foundation Stage for Outdoor Play
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