Gordon Brown Centre Residential Tri...
22/07/22 On Monday 11th to Friday 15th July, some of the Year 6 children visited the Gord...Read More
Good behaviour is a necessary condition before effective learning can take place. With that said, this does not mean a rigid or punitive system designed to enforce a particular set of rules. At Rosedale, our priority is to promote positive relationships so that everyone can work productively together, sharing a common sense of purpose; each achieving the very best they can. Rosedale rewards good behaviour, recognises success and regularly celebrates children’s achievement. We use praise to encourage good behaviour with the firm conviction that every child can become self-aware, independent and confident, both academically and socially. Above all else, we aim to provide a stimulating environment where early learning goals can be achieved and recorded through structured learning and play; always instilling the importance of patience, persistence and resilience at every stage.
We provide an atmosphere which enables our children to acquire a wide range of knowledge, skills and practical abilities. Whatever your child's ability, we shall meet their needs. We strive for excellence in all we do. Our school ethos is built around the 6 R’s of:
These R’s are used as a cornerstone in how we deal with all situations at our school and how we reward our children. We believe that by demonstrating the R’s every day, children will become positive members of their school and local community.
We want to ensure that you have a say about your child’s learning and development. Our aim is to keep you fully involved; supporting your child in any way we can; recognising that each family has its own unique circumstances; always ‘nurturing potential, changing lives’.