Main Street, Roos, East Yorkshire HU12 0HB
We are delighted to tell you that Florence, Jenson, Millie and Isla have been awarded Star of the Week. Please ask them to share this with you later today.
We are delighted to tell you that Oliver, Louie and Ruby have received a Christian Value Award. Please ask them to share this with you later today.
Due to the current pandemic, the School Pennies 2 Pounds Savings Club is not running at the moment. You can still continue to save if you'd like to by setting up a standing order or making transfers into the account.
In light of all recent announcements, we would like remind you of the support available from the school nurse team.
Their website is a useful resource for many parent/carer queries, and also contains information to support young people. The duty teams are also available to answer and any staff or parental queries.
Any changes to the service will be publicised via their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages and these also contain information that is pertinent to children and families at this challenging time.
Modeshift STARS is the national schools awards scheme that has been established to recognise schools that have demonstrated excellence in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.
Our school encourages children to join in the major effort to increase levels of sustainable and active travel in order to improve their health and well-being.
As a voluntary controlled school, the admission authority for Roos CE VC Primary School is East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Each year admission authorities review the admission arrangements for their schools, and then formally set – or ‘determine’ – these arrangements. Admission arrangements include the number of places made available for Reception – called the published admission number – as well as how preferences for places will be considered if there are more preferences than places available – called the oversubscription criteria. Together these details are sometimes known as the ‘admissions policy’.
If an admission authority wants to make any changes to their admission arrangements, the admission authority must consult on any proposed changes to those arrangements before determining the arrangements. Even where changes are not proposed, a consultation must take place at least every seven years.
As some changes are proposed this year, between Wednesday 4th November and Wednesday 16th December, the Council is consulting on the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for the 2022-23 school year. All these draft arrangements are available online at:
Whilst the vast majority of the admission arrangements for 2022-23 are procedurally identical to those for previous years, fourteen schools, including Roos CE VC Primary School, have requested a change to their admission number for the start of the 2022-23 school year.
The change proposed at Roos CE VC Primary School is to increase the admission number from 14 to 15. If approved, this change would not come into force for the year group starting in September 2021, but only from September 2022.
During this period the Council are interested in the views of any residents, schools, parents/carers or other interested parties, and would ask that all views be expressed via the online survey accessible from the page link above and also at:
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4 Nov 2019 We are proud to celebrate the renewal of our Quality Mark Award.
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22 Dec 2018 Merry Christmas and a Happy and Peaceful New Year from all at Rooc CEVC Primary.