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Christmas Jumper Day! NEW 

By popping on your JollyJingly pullovers on Friday 15th December and donating £1 each to Save the Children, you could help save children’s lives around the world! Watch out for more information in school soon!


Supporting children worried about terrorism
This is a link to the NSPCC website which has updated information on how parents and carers can help children who are worried and concerned about terrorism. Click here.



NSPCC launches new information for their #shareaware campaign
It can be hard to keep track of what your child is doing on social networks, apps and games. Or know how to keep them safe, that's why the NSPCC have updated their #Shareaware campaign with new resources to help parents and carers 'untangle' the online world and to help all families to be 'Share Aware'.

The campaign focuses on the need to talk to children about  online safety, much like we do "real" world safety such as crossing the road, bullying and speaking to strangers.

(The picture link above takes you to the NSPCC #shareaware video and website.)

Attendance Really Matters!
Please click on the link  Attendance Facts and Figures to read further about the importance of regular school attendance.  There is a clear link between good school attendance and a child’s academic performance, the more a child attends school the better their results will be!


 If you would like to discuss anything to do with attendance please speak to your child's class teacher in the first instance. Thank you.


Our Behaviour Policy
St Stephen's Primary School have introduced a new behaviour policy under the banner,


This is now the school's motto for behaviour. The expectation is that all children are expected to demonstrate good behaviour at all times and will follow the school's Golden Rules:

·  We are gentle. We don’t hurt others.

·  We are kind and helpful. We don’t hurt anyone’s feelings.

·  We listen. We don’t interrupt.

·  We are honest. We don’t cover up the truth.

·  We work hard. We don’t waste our own or others’ time.

·  We look after property. We don’t waste or damage things.

More information is available on the policy part of the website.


EAL (English as an Additional Language) and The Young Interpreters Scheme
At Royal Rise we are pleased to welcome children from a diverse range of backgrounds. We hope to make children included from the day they join us. Please find out more from our new webpage about EAL and our Young Interpreters scheme.


Online Safety Zone
Our Online Safety Zone has information and links for parents and carers with concerns about their child's online safety. Click here


  Parents & Teachers Association


The PTA is always looking for more new members and helpers, if you can spare any time to help us with our fund raising we'd love to hear from you, for more info please check this link, more info... 
Polite Reminder !

Please note that dogs (apart from guide dogs and approved dogs) are not allowed anywhere on the school site.

This includes the waiting area of playground between the access from the Kings Road alleyway to the rear school gate. Your co-operation is much appreciated.

Many thanks.

Breakfast and After School Club
Hold a 5 Star Rating
Our B&ASC has top marks for its cleanliness and food handling/hygiene. A 5 Star Rating is the highest award from the local council inspectors.

Winter Weather
When severe weather occurs please check whether the school is open by first going to the School Closures website hosted by KCC. Our aim is to always remain open unless it is unsafe for staff or pupils to be onsite. Please also check our Snow Policy.

Changes in Special Educational Needs

and Disability Support (September 2014)

On the 1st September 2014, the government introduced new arrangements for the support of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). For more information on these important change please click on this link.   

Information Commissioners Office (ICO) guidelines on photographic and video imagery (September 2013)

A copy of the school letter regarding the ICO guidelines on photographic and video imagery is available here . This is especially useful information for parents and carers wishing to record images of their children at Christmas time and other school events.