At The Roman Ridge School, we are completely committed to providing the highest standard of education. We pride ourselves on providing a safe, nurturing and vibrant school environment for every child to thrive and grow.
We uphold the highest academic standards, above and beyond the requirements of the UK National Curriculum. Our dedicated and highly trained teaching staff use a learner-centred approach to teaching that caters to the needs of every child and extra-learning support is always readily available. In addition, our new Gifted and Talented programme ensures that all children are engaged and challenged in the classroom. Students of The Roman Ridge School are encouraged to think critically, analyse deeply and develop a genuine love of learning.
The Roman Ridge School also deeply appreciates the crucial role that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays in a modern and globally competitive educational programme. We boast excellent facilities and ICT is used consistently across the curriculum to enrich and elevate classroom learning.
In addition, our exciting extra-curricular programme offers a myriad of activities, allowing our students to explore their interests, develop their talents and build self-confidence. A weekly after-school programme is offered alongside a Saturday schedule. Termly weekend excursions are also organised for students and their families, and everyone is encouraged to join in!
We deeply value the vital role that parents play in their child’s education and embrace your complete cooperation. Parents are invited to visit classrooms and meet with teachers upon appointment to discuss their child’s progress and development.
At The Roman Ridge School, we consider it an honour and privilege to educate the children entrusted in our care.
Mrs Valerie Mainoo
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