Visions & Aims
Rossett Acre is a 4-11 years primary school and is organised into 14 classes (2 in each year group). The school was built in 1970 and has had extensions to the main building since then. The most current development includes a medical room, extended offices, main reception area and meeting/nurture/small group rooms in a self-contained bungalow. We have the benefit of two playgrounds, an adventure trim trail and a playing field, as well as attractive planting and landscaping. The school classrooms are not open-plan; however, classes do share library and activity areas. At the present time, two classes are housed in mobile classrooms. We also have an additional mobile classroom, which is a dedicated music room.We have a refurbished computer suite, which all classes make use of, as well as a class set of laptops and a set of ipads, which can be booked out by teachers,.
Aims of our School
We encourage our children to be:
leading to happy, healthy individuals striving to be the best they can.
Our school is proud of the fact that we have achieved the following:
- 'Healthy Schools' status,
- Active Mark,
- Financial Management Standard and
- Inclusion Quality Mark
- Basic Skills Agency Quality Mark
- Sainsbury's Bronze Sports Kitemark
- We are also part of Red Kite Teaching School Alliance
Each child is expected to do their best, at the level appropriate to their needs. No child is better or worse; each child brings their best to the task and is encouraged to respect that fact. High self esteem is encouraged in all pupils.
The basic ethos of the school is to respect every individual. In this environment, respect is given to everyone who works in the school.
Praise is given for excellence at the level of individual achievement, not on a comparative measure against others.
Individual needs and their identification are part of the whole school curriculum policy.