Welcome to River View Primary School
School news, letters and leaflets are on the school mailings page.
For the latest accurate updates on the tragic events in Manchester, please click on the link below:
There is going to be a drop-in for Parents at The Friars Primary School to offer help and advice for parents on how to talk to your child about the events in Manchester.
The details can be downloaded on the school mailings page.
CONGRATULATIONS to the 89 children in school who read every night this half term. Prizes and certificates will be awarded next half term. Thank you for all your support with this!
School closes today for 1 week and reopens on Monday 5th June. Have a good holiday!
We want your views on school - please click on the link to complete the online parent survey.
Year 2 Poetry assembly
Year 2 performed a poem in assembly this morning.
The poem was . . . .From a Railway Carriage, By Robert Louis Stevenson
River View Primary School opened in September 2011 for children aged 3 to 11. Our school has been designed to promote a positive learning environment for all. The use of new technologies and outdoor learning spaces are central to our vision for effective 21st Century teaching and learning. We are also committed to working in partnership with other groups to provide a range of services to suit the needs of our extended community. This website has been designed with the whole community in mind to provide information about our school, the community and the services we offer.
We understand that parents are worried following the tragic events in Manchester. We are in unsettling but fast changing times.
We have also seen false rumours that all Salford schools have been closed on police advice. This is absolutely untrue – please see GMP website to get the latest, accurate information http://www.gmp.police.uk/
It’s crucial that we all try and remain calm, reassure our children and only seek or repeat information from official sources. Salford schools are open and ready to support children emotionally through chances to talk, the safety of predictable routines and spend time with their friends and teachers enjoying ordinary everyday activities.
Salford City Council works very closely with Greater Manchester Police, particularly at times like this to share any relevant safety information for the public.
GMP have stepped up patrols in our communities to provide reassurance.
Our schools have their normal security and safeguarding plans and procedures.
If anything changes the police will advise the public directly – and Salford City Council will share that information with schools and parents or carers.
Please be vigilant but our strength lies in returning to business as normal as soon as possible.