At Rushall Primary School we provide a safe and nurturing learning environment where we help our children to learn in a structured and innovative way to ensure optimum progression.
Our highly qualified staff coupled with our forward-thinking approach to resources and technology allow children to be independent life-longer learners who can communicate with the world around them.
We promote a wide range of high quality learning experiences, catering for all learning styles so that no child is ever left behind.
Most importantly we teach our child to adopt a “can do!” attitude that will stand them in good stead for the rest of their lives.
At Rushall Primary School we will generate a culture of optimism and ambition; embracing creativity, innovation and technology.
We will push boundaries and take risks, preparing children for a life beyond Rushall!
Our children will be empathetic, intelligent and resilient learners and leaders of the future who can adapt in an ever-changing world.
As a hub of the community it is our responsibility to create opportunities for every child to be the best that they can possibly be!
Through our imaginative and inspiring curriculum children will develop inquisitive minds, independence and a passion for learning, embracing diversity.
Children will feel valued, respected and safe.
Latest School Events
- Break Up26May2017
- Non-Uniform Day (50p)26May2017
- Half Term29May2017
- Pupils Return to School05Jun2017
- Phonics Screening12Jun2017
- EYFS and KS1 Sports Day21Jun2017
Details to follow
- KS2 Sports Day23Jun2017
Details to follow
- Assessment Week Y1, Y3, Y4 and Y526Jun2017
- School App
- App Alert: Roblox
We have been made aware of concerns in relation to Roblox, an APP game for iPads, phones etc.
- Thinkuknow parents and carers campaign
This short film that tells the age-old story of Romeo and Juliet… with a modern twist. It shows how the lives of these young lovers might play out online today, including the Lark ‘tweeting’ and Romeo ‘friending’ Juliet.
- eSafety Alert
It has been brought to our attention that some children in Walsall are accessing a website/app called Omegle.