Roding Primary School
Redbridge, United Kingdom
About Roding Primary School
Roding Primary School is a non-denominational, co-educational facility in Woodford Green, North East London. The school has special provisions for children affected by deafness. Children will typically start in the nursery facility or one of the two Reception classes. An independent company is also contracted by Roding Primary to provide breakfast and after-school meal facilities. The school was constructed in 1938 on land belonging to Bernardo’s charity, and the Infant and Junior divisions were joined together in 1952. Today, Roding Primary educates children between the ages of 3-11. There approximately 525 pupils on the school roll, of which 40 have a hearing impairment.
Values and vision
Roding Primary prides itself as an aspirational place where all children are ‘Free to Achieve’. Staff imbue the school with an enthusiasm to learn and work with others, and the governors are equally as committed to fostering the potential of every pupil.
Roding Primary registers as a Rights Respecting School, adopted and promoted through UNICEF. Elements of this charter include the right of every child to an education that develops their personality, and the opportunity to take part in an array of artistic opportunities. The school is also dedicated in its role of assisting children with hearing disabilities. As well as working closely with its own affected pupils, Roding Primary offers support to all deaf or partially deaf persons under 18 in the Redbridge area.
“Teachers make their expectations clear to pupils and establish good working relationships with them. Teachers mark pupils’ work thoroughly and make sure that they know what to do to make their work even better.”