The information provided below and the documents which are downloabale on the side of this page are also available in hardcopy to school visitors upon request.
The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:
Mrs Nicola Fountain, Church St,Rothersthorpe, Northampton, NN7 3HS
Telephone: 01604 830995
Please find information about our admissions arrangements by following the NCC Admissions weblinks in the sidebar of the page.
Our School prospectus can be found as a download in the sidebar of the page.
As a small school we only have 15 pupils per year group. We teach a personalised curriculum; catering to pupils' individual needs whether this is extra support or further challenge and mixed aged classes are a superb way of ensuring every pupil succeeds.
Class 1 - Reception with a maximum of 15 pupils, taught by a fully qualified experienced teacher and a teaching assistant.
Class 2 - Year 1 and Year 2. Maximum of 30 pupils taught by a fully qualified experienced teacher and 2 teaching assistants.
Class 3 - Year 3 and Year 4. Maximum of 30 pupils taught by a fully qualified experienced teacher and a teaching assistant.
Class 4 - Year 5 and Year 6. Maximum of 30 pupils taught by a fully qualified experienced teacher and a higher level teaching assistant.
Our headteacher covers teacher's planning time. This ensures pupils always achieve a high quality education.
We also employ an experienced Special Needs/Dyslexia specialist teacher part-time to provide further pupil and teacher support.
A Qualifed Sports Coach teaches some PE lessons each week with our KS2 pupils.
Information about our school curriculum and how it is delivered across EYFS, KS1 and KS2 is available on our Curriculum pages.
Phonics & Reading
We use the Read/Write Inc, Oxford Reading Tree, Letters & Sounds and Phonics Play services to support phonics, spelling and reading at our school.
Information in relation to KS1, phonics and reading schemes are available as downloads on our Curriculum pages.
School Progress/Results & School Performance Tables
Information related to our Key Stage 2 Results and School Performance Tables published by the Secretary of State are held on the Department for Education's website, which can be found by using the DfE Performance Tables weblink in the sidebar of the page.
Our Statutory Results for 2016 are detailed in a report in the sidebar of the page.
For 2016 Rothersthorpe's End of Key Stage Two Results put our school in the 'Top 20 Primary Schools List in Northamptonshire' for - Reading, Writing & Maths Combined Expected and Maths Average Score.
100% of our pupils passed the Y1 Phonics screening test, which put our school in the Top 10% of schools Nationally.
Links to our most recent Ofsted report, Ofsted Parent View (for parent/carer feeback) and the Schools Comparison Website (which replaced the Ofsted Data Dashboard in September 2016), are all accessible as links in the sidebar of the page.
Pupil Premium & PE/Sports Funding
To help with the detail of each of these important aspects of our school, we have provided reports for each which are accessible as links in the sidebar of the page.
Our Pupil Behaviour/Anti-Bullying Policy can be found in the sidebar of the page.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Our policy related to Inlcusion/Special Educational Needs and a link the Northants Local Offer can be found in the sidebar of the page.
School Ethos and Values
Our prospectus as found in the sidebar of the page describes our Ethos and Values:
At Rothersthorpe School general and specific skills are acquired; knowledge and understanding developed; positive attitudes and personal and social attributes encouraged.
We aim to provide a broad, balanced, relevant education for all our children.
We aim to help children to develop lively, enquiring minds and to develop independence.
We aim to achieve this in a structured, happy, stimulating Christian environment.
The ethos of our school is to help all children to develop respect for themselves and each other, to become increasingly responsible for their own actions and to be aware of and sensitive to the needs of others.
Besides a respect for persons, all members of the school community are encouraged to share a respect for property, to have a strong sense of right and wrong and to have a caring attitude for the world in which we live. The curriculum we offer is not merely academic, but embraces the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all pupils.
Further information about our School Aims and our School Ethos can be found in the sidebar of the page.
Our policy related to Charging for Educational Activities can be found in the sidebar of the page.