Russell Street School children are STARS - Safe, Together, Achieve, Resilient, Special.
SAFE - ‘We all have the right to feel safe all the time. Nothing is so awful or so small that we cannot talk about it.’ (RSS iSafe Programme).
TOGETHER - Highly supportive relationships are established based on mutual respect. Children make a positive contribution to society. They understand their rights and responsibilities as citizens and respect the beliefs and values of others.
ACHIEVE - Children achieve the best possible outcomes through the delivery of an exciting, ambitious curriculum built around progressive new skills and knowledge acquisition. Children have a strong desire to learn more and acquire the knowledge and cultural capital they need to succeed in life.
RESILIENT - Children demonstrate high levels of self-determination and control. Through a growth mindset attitude, children believe the impossible is possible.
SPECIAL - Children have access to a wide, rich set of experiences and have frequent opportunities to develop their talents and interests. Children feel an important sense of worth and belonging ensuring good mental health and well-being.
- Spring Newsletter 1 2022
- 2021 Teaching Learning Curriculum Overview (TLC)
- Russell Street School - The School in Photographs
- Autumn 2 Newsletter 2021
- Autumn Newsletter 1 2021
- Summer 2 Newsletter
- Summer 1 Newsletter
- Spring Newsletter
- Autumn 1 Newsletter
- Autumn 2 Newsletter
- RSS - Nursery Guide 2021 2022
- RSS - Key Stage One Guide 2021 2022
- RSS - Reception Guide 2021 2022
Links and Downloads
Garden Birdwatch weekend 28th – 30th January. We will all be counting the birds on our school grounds on Friday 28th January. You can take part by counting the birds for one hour in your garden and submitting your count. #biggardenbirdwatch @BTO_GBW @birdwatch
On Monday will be carrying out a variety of fun activities to strengthen the children’s grip and improve their fine motor control such as dough disco, pen disco, weaving and threading.#doughdisco #finemotor #squigglewhileyouwiggle @ShonetteBason
'What happens early can matter for a lifetime.' If you've somehow not seen this yet, here's @Flissej's fab blog on the importance of supportive relationships and high quality interactions to develop early communication and language 👉🏼 https://t.co/Y0aCMYlKfd @EducEndowFoundn
Our Spring 1 Newsletter.
Our new Key Stage One art suite, music room & library are nearly complete. Everything will be ready to use by next week.
Happy New Year 2022 to our whole community. https://t.co/c7zKeI7814