The right to a quality education is, we believe, the perfect path to bridge the gap between different cultures and to reconcile various civilisations. Without such a right, the values of liberty justice and equality will have no meaning. Ignorance is by far the biggest danger to mankind.
For children to obtain their potential they need to feel comfortable and have support throughout their school life. Support comes from parents and the school combining to ensure children achieve all they can be academically, artistically and socially.
What Ofsted say about teaching and learning at Rack House;
Pupils enjoy lessons and said that teachers are always there to help and challenge them. Pupils make rapid progress and attain standards higher than the national average. Leaders monitor teaching, learning and assessment regularly. Assessment systems are rigorous and inform planning.
Ofsted Short Inspection, March 2018
Our children have been born into a digital age and it is important that we ensure they are prepared for this ever-increasing technology. We will provide children with an enjoyable curriculum where ICT can be used to enhance their learning. Our children will be able to access an ever-improving website, Facebook page and produce work which can be published directly onto our Blog.
We feel very strongly that school and parents must work closely together to ensure the very best for our children. The more support that we get from you, the closer that we work together, then the more effective our school will be. Our close links make our school a happy, hard working and successful place.
We are a two-form entry school with each year group having two classes from September, except Year 6. We have a Resource Provision which has places for seven children who have specific needs. We are very proud of the provision we deliver for both children with special needs and those without.
We are confident that the information on our website will continue to develop support between home and school. If you feel we need to offer more simply call into school and offer your opinions.