Rokesly Junior School
Haringey, United Kingdom
About Rokesly Junior School
Rokesly Junior School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational junior school in Haringey, North London. There are approximately 360 pupils attending the school, between the ages of 7-11.
Rokesly Junior School has been open for over 50 years, and 37 languages are represented in the school.
Values and vision
Rokesly Junior School wants to provide a fun, friendly and exciting place for children to learn and grow in. It is important for the school that pupils develop an enjoyment for learning, along with having the required skills to thrive in a modern world, with technology included in the curriculum to help achieve this.
A core value at the junior school is citizenship, and pupils are encouraged to make a positive contribution to both the school and wider community in Haringey. The school hopes to achieve outstanding academic achievement and nurtures individual strengths and talents to ensure that all children thrive. Rokesly Junior School takes online safety very seriously and holds an annual safer internet day with parents to help keep children safe online at home.
“Pupils attain well in a range of subjects. In particular, pupils produce high-quality art work using a range of skills such as knitting, weaving, collage, painting and modelling. In computing, Year 6 pupils are especially skilled at creating their own programs, for example to run animations. The school ensures that all groups achieve equally well over time. Provision for disabled pupils and those who have special educational is good and helps them to acquire new skills quickly and achieve well”.