Welcome to Rush Common School
We pride ourselves on pupils feeling happy and safe in our school at all times, and to achieve this we provide a wonderful learning environment and have a welcoming and talented team of staff. Pupils love coming to our school and this is always reflected in parent surveys, which demonstrate overwhelming support for the school. Whilst the children’s happiness, well-being and safety will always remain our priority, we are also hugely ambitious for our pupils and set ourselves high standards for the quality of education we provide.
We believe in balancing pupils’ academic achievement with their all-round personal development, and as such we have developed a broad, creative and exciting curriculum that builds important skills over time and enriches the lives of our pupils. We treat children as individuals and look to nurture their talents and interests as they progress through our school, so they can truly ‘Dream, Aspire and Succeed’. This website will give you a taste of what we can offer, but we would love to show you around our fantastic school; please contact the school office and a visit can be arranged.
Mr Kristen Fawcett
Pupils’ attainment in March, before COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, demonstrated that children were on track to achieve well above the previous year’s results by the end of KS2.
|KS2 Results 2020|
|School 2019||National 2019||School 2020|
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined – Expected Standard
Reading, Writing and Maths Combined – Greater Depth
What the parents say
95% of parents of Rush Common children agreed that the school provided good communication during the school closure.
86% of parents believed that the school provided a good variety of home learning activities during Lockdown.
85% of parents felt that a good quantity of home learning activities was provided by the school during Lockdown.
We still have some places available, please enquire by contacting email@example.com
To view our latest COVID-19 Risk Assessment click here.
- Privacy. The EU has introduced a new law called the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. This new law has introduced significant enhancements to the old Data Privacy Directive.Rush Common School has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to the privacy of our staff, pupils and parents. To view our privacy notice, click here. In addition, our privacy notice for employees can be found here.
- Data. The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, states that individuals have the right to ask organisations to confirm whether or not these organisations hold and process their Personal Data. To request what data is held on a particular subject, please click the following link:Submit a Subject Access Request
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