Dagenham Road, Romford, RM7 0TL

020 8270 4940

office@rushgreen.bardaglea.org.uk

Rush Green Primary School

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Welcome to

Rush Green Primary School

School Information

Location

Rush Green Primary School is situated at the Eastern end of the Borough of Barking and Dagenham, close to the borders of Havering. Many changes have been made over the years to the original 1930s building. Improvements include new Interactive technology; all areas of the school are kept to a high standard of decoration, maintenance and cleanliness to provide pleasant working areas for the children and staff.

The school is located on Dagenham Road and is well served by local transport. Bus 174 stops outside the school and the 5, 103, 128 and 175 bus stop is nearby.

Full view

 

Useful links

Just a Journey
Just a Journey is a comprehensive, multimedia resource for 7-11 year olds, designed for use by both teachers and road safety professionals.

Upgrade 7
Provides journey planning advice for pupils moving into Year 7.  There is a also a parents section with links to help plan their children's journeys and information on transportation.

The Highway Code Quiz

Infant Aged Children

The school day is set out as follows:

Nursery

Morning Session 8.30am – 11.30am

Afternoon Session 12.30pm – 3.30pm

Reception

Mornings 8.55am – 11.30am

Afternoons 12.40pm – 3.05pm


Year 1 & Year 2

Children are encouraged to arrive at school at 8.55am for the start of their school day. They come into school through their own year group entrance and are picked up by parents from the same place at the end of the afternoon. If children arrive late, the late entrance for Year 1 and Year 2 will be open until 9.10am.  After 9.10am, you should bring them to the office which is at the front entrance of the school, and lateness will be logged in the Late Book.

Mornings 8.55am - 12.00pm

Afternoons 1.00pm - 3.05pm

If for any reason you have difficulty collecting your child at the end of the day, please tell us at the office.

 
Junior Aged Children

Children are encouraged to arrive at school at 8.45am for the start of their school day. They come into school through their own year group entrance and are picked up by parents from the same place at the end of the afternoon.  If children arrive late, the late entrances for Year 3, and Year 4, 5 and 6 will be open until 9.05am.  After 9.05am, you should bring them to the office which is at the front entrance of the school, and lateness will be logged in the Late Book.

Year 3 & 4

Mornings 8.45am - 12.15pm

Afternoons 1.05pm - 3.10pm

 

Year 5 & 6

Mornings 8.45am - 12.00pm

Afternoons 12.50pm - 3.10pm

 

If for any reason you have difficulty collecting your child at the end of the day, please tell us at the office.

 

Refreshments

Our school is in the National Healthy School initiative and our children are fortunate to be provided with a piece of fruit every day. This may be an apple or banana or another fruit that is in season. The children are encouraged to eat it in class with the other children, and of course it counts as one of the daily five pieces of fruit and vegetables that they should eat each day to keep healthy.

Milk is available free, daily to nursery children. Parents of pupils in other year groups may purchase milk for their children each term. This can be purchased at the beginning of each term, but unfortunately the supplier does not allow us to alter the number of milks so we cannot take new orders during term.


Uniform

The school uniform for Rush Green School is designed to be practical, smart and affordable.

Boys

School navy blue sweatshirt with school logo

School white polo shirt with school logo (or plain white polo shirt)

School navy blue book bag with school logo

Grey trousers

Grey or black socks

Black shoes/Velcro shoes or with laces if your child can tie themselves

Girls

School navy blue sweatshirt with school logo or navy cardigan

School white polo shirt with school logo (or plain white polo shirt)

School navy blue book bag with school logo

Grey skirt, grey trousers or grey pinafore dress

Blue gingham/striped dresses may be worn in the summer term

White, grey or navy socks/tights

Black shoes/Velcro shoes or with laces if your child can tie themselves

 

EYFS (Nursery and Reception)

  • School navy blue tracksuit with school logo or school navy blue sweatshirt with logo and plain navy blue jogging bottoms

    School white or navy blue polo shirt with school logo (or plain white polo shirt)

    Plain black trainers with Velcro – no laces, no logos, no colours

    Footwear

    Plain black shoes with a flat heel (no wedges) or plain black trainers (NO LOGO’S, for example, Nike tick). Boots are not appropriate footwear for school. If it is a wet or cold day and your child needs to wear wellies or warm boots to travel to school, then please make sure they have normal school shoes to change into.

Please note dresses, skirts, buttoned blouses are not suitable clothing for the children.

 

For P.E. all children need except Nursery children:

School white t-shirt with school logo

School P.E. bag with school logo

Navy blue P.E. shorts

Black plimsolls or plain black trainers

Please Note: P.E. kits should be kept in school and all items named.

P.E. kits will be sent home at the end of each half term.

Polo shirts, sweatshirts, book bags, PE bags with the school logo, as are plimsolls, are available to order online via the school website.


For the full copy of our School Uniform Policy, please click here.



Tour of Rush Green Primary School
For all prospective parents wishing to view the school, please contact the main office to make an appointment.  Tours of the school will be between 10.30am and 11.30 am. 

Telephone: 020 8270 4940
Email: office@rushgreen.bardaglea.org.uk