Delivering 21st Century Learning
We live in the 21st Century. Preparing children for their lifelong learning journey is central to teaching and learning and we aim to support our learners through a creative, flexible and innovative curriculum which encourages both collaborative working and independent thinkers. The use of technology is central to our working to prepare children for the world in which we live.
Achieving Highest Standards
River View Primary School is committed to achieving the highest standards. Expectations for children’s success are high and this extends to children’s behaviour, attendance, attitudes and support they receive from both home and school. We ensure, through the curriculum, that children receive the highest level of teaching and that they are motivated to learn. We are an inclusive school that is committed to ensuring success, irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity or physical ability.
Engaging the Whole Community
River View supports the work of community groups and understands the way that they can provide extra support for the life of the school and the community it serves. We actively encourage partnership working that allows children and their families to learn together. River View is at the heart of the local community and we are committed to sustaining partnerships within the local community.
Bridging the Gaps
At River View Primary School all staff work hard to ensure that the children in their care achieve their full potential and access all areas of the curriculum to be successful learners. Staff are aware of the needs of the children and provide additional support and intervention activities to ensure children make expected progress. When children find something difficult, staff plan and deliver activities that will help them to understand and move their learning forward.
Coffee morning to start on Thursday 6th March for Parents with Children in Nursery up to Year 2. This is over the next 4 weeks and will provide information about what is happening in the school. Click here to view flyer on parents page.
Thank you to everyone who supported World Book Day on Thursday. It was lots of fun. Watch out on the news page for pictures and quotes about our day!
Click on the attendance page to find out about how your child's reward is affected when they have a day off! Your child needs to be in school everyday.