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- Vacancy update: Teaching Assistant
Welcome to Roding primary school
Roding primary school and nursery with provision for deaf children is a welcoming school where everyone is ‘Free To Achieve’. The dedicated staff, amazing group of children and committed governors work hard to support strengths, improve weaknesses and remove any barriers that may prevent reaching potential. To this end we work as a team, following the school values:
At Roding we are:
Our aim is to be a school where everyone feels safe, works hard and has fun. Our curriculum ensures a focus on academic success, creativity and personal development.
We are a 2 form entry school (with 3 forms in Years 5 and 6) with a morning and afternoon nursery. We also provide education for 41 children who are hearing impaired or deaf and, through our Outreach Provision, support deaf children from birth to 18 years old across Redbridge. This creates a unique, rich and privileged identity for our school and is a fundamental part of our inclusive nature.
I hope you enjoy what you see on our website and should you wish to see Roding for yourself I would be very proud to show you around.
Mrs Helen Radmore
Please be aware, we are currently in the process of updating our website. We are really excited about this and will keep you updated on our progress.
Classes 2016 – 2017
Data on Ethnicity, Nationality, Language or Country of Birth
Each year we gather data on pupils, which is used by the school and education services for a variety of reasons. This year some additional data was included at the request of the Department of Education (DfE) which gathered information on ethnicity, nationality, country of birth and proficiency in English. Last week the DfE issued revised guidance confirming that parents have both the right to refuse to provide this data and have the right to request that this data is retracted at any time.
Although the data is part of a wider data collection carried out by the DfE (which is used to help determine school funding among other things), the DfE have asked all schools to advise parents that any data on these aspects has not been passed to the Home Office and will not be passed to the Home Office at any point in the future.
I hope this reassures parents that the data collected was for educational purposes only, but if you nevertheless wish to have the data you provided retracted, please let us know.