What’s New at Redscope
I am very pleased to introduce you to Redscope Primary School and Park View Children’s Centre.
We are extremely proud of our school, and your children are our greatest asset. We have “a very smiley school” and the school team always try to provide a caring family atmosphere where children feel happy and settled, and where everyone feels valued.
One of our Year 6 leavers commented, “At Redscope you always make good friends and the teachers are really friendly so you learn lots.”
Every effort is made to make school life interesting and exciting in the hope that pupils will respond by working hard and enthusiastically. Our curriculum covers many different areas but we firmly believe in the value of the basic subjects of reading, writing and mathematics. The classes are managed to ensure the progress of all pupils taking into account differing abilities and strengths and achievement is continually monitored.
I know that your child is special to you. I value all the children and the contribution they make to the school.
The staff and I look forward to working in partnership with you, to ensure your child grows in confidence, develops a positive attitude to learning, and embraces the school motto :-
“To be the best that we can be.”
If you have any queries, concerns or ideas whilst your child attends our school please do not hesitate to contact myself or your child’s teacher.
Mrs P Dobbin
The last day of term was a special day as we had lots of things to celebrate.
Team Point Treat
The red team won the team point trip and got to go bowling and have meal. They were impeccably behaved so it was no wonder they received so many team points throughout the year! Well done reds!
Redscope Learning Awards
It was also our final celebration assembly where our annual ‘Redscope Learners’ were announced. These children are excellent role models and always show the learning behaviours expected at our school. Collectively they represent resilience, determination, potential, creativity, collaboration, enjoyment, reflectiveness and of course independence.
Our Winners are
Redscope Early Years – Amelia Loft
Clever Kittens – Lukas Remeikas and Nooram Chaudary
Class 1 – Brandon Doko
Class 2 – Sami Djoudi
Class 3 Lacey Homes
Class 4 – Mason Wombell
Class 5 -Lily Toplis
Class 6 – Ava Fletcher
Class 7 – Lily May Taylor
Class 8 – Kady Hurst
Class 9 – Shay Duggan
Class 10 – Grace Swallow
Class 11 – Yosi Yonathan
Class 12 – Kiera Coates
Class 13 Annabel Hammond
Class 14 – Leo Hizam
Adult – Mrs Bronwen Watson
Congratulations to all our winners!
28 Years of Service
It was also a special day for Bronwen Watson who retired after 28 years of dedicated service to our school. She worked tirelessly as first a governor and then the Chair of governors for our children.
As a thank you, the children presented her with a rose for the garden and a hand painted vase and plate. They also watched a clip of her receiving her MBE which she also brought in to show them. She will be missed very much and we wish her well in her retirement. She deserves a rest after such long and relentless effort working to improve the lives of our children.
She will be joining FORUM as a volunteer member so will still be very much part of the Redscope family.