Headteacher: Kate Hooft
SENCo: Debbie O’Connor
Roundwood Primary School
Tel: 01582 460756
Fax: 01582 768014
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School Ethos and Values
At Roundwood Primary School we strive to provide a happy, healthy, safe and caring environment where everyone is valued. Our pupils are actively encouraged to reach their full potential both academically and socially. This will be recognisable through the children’s desire to learn and to equip themselves for life. The aim is for each child to be confident and have self-esteem, enabling them to act with increased independence and make responsible contributions to society.
Roundwood Primary School is committed to ensuring that all children are included in the social and educational life of the school. The strengths of all children will be recognised, in all areas, and children will have the opportunity to develop their interests through a range of activities offered by the school.
Where there may be barriers to learning and participation, the school will seek to address these in a way which involves the parents, the children themselves and, where appropriate, outside agencies. The school is committed to a collaborative and inclusive approach.
|Creative||We foster the ability to come up with new ways to carry out tasks, solve problems and meet challenges. Children are naturally curious about the world around them, and we encourage that in all aspects of learning.|
|Aspirational||We treat each child as an individual and help them to develop their interests and reach their full potential in everything they do.|
|Resilient||We encourage pupils to explore all the curriculum has to offer, to relish challenge and embrace their mistakes as part of the learning process. We aim for pupils to develop a positive attitude towards their learning, make good progress and celebrate their achievements.|
|Enriching||We offer all pupils stimulating experiences and a high-quality learning environment to inspire them throughout their learning journey. We aim to motivate learning through new and exciting experiences which bring their learning to life.|
|Supportive||We work to nurture strong relationships between our children, staff, parent body and wider community offering support to achieve our common goals.|
Our school provides free, part-time nursery education for rising fours. Children enter as Reception aged pupils at rising five. All Reception aged pupils commence full time education from the start of the Autumn Term.
Application and admissions is dealt with via the local authority.
Admissions and Transport
Hertfordshire County Council
Call Centre: 0300 123 4043
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Click to view our performance table on The Department of Education
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KS2 SATs Results
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