Redbridge Primary School

Redbridge Primary School


The school is doing excellent work.
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My child loves coming to school.
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Friendly and helpful teachers.
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Such a lovely school
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Our school has a lovely community feel about it.
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I love the school and all the staff.
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My children are very happy here and love coming to school everyday.
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Brilliant school!
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So pleased with everything the school has to offer.
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Curriculum

Redbridge Primary School is in an area high deprivation in an urban area just outside Southampton. Due to this context many of our children start school with speech and language deficits as well as personal, social and emotional weaknesses.  On average just 3% of children start school within age-related expectations across the curriculum.

The intent of our curriculum is to overcome barriers caused by deprivation so our children can access secondary education with the same equity as their peers nationally. As such, we will have a focus on ensuring children become competent in the key skills in reading, writing, maths. Further to this, we want our children to be competent in all areas of the curriculum so they may engage in life experiences with confidence based upon a firm foundation of embedded knowledge and skills.

Our curriculum is underpinned by our Star Values and you will see these reflected within each subject area’s intent and implementation:

  • Ambition
  • Integrity
  • Good communication
  • Creativity
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Resilience

Each subject area of the curriculum has its own intent in relation to the whole school picture that sets an ambitious trajectory for all learners, including those with SEN.  Personal development is rooted within every subject, offering a holistic approach to the educational of each child.

On each class page you will find the latest home-school learning booklet which includes the home-learning project and key dates for your diary as well as an overview for the year. 

 “… there is a very strong culture of collaboration and pupils were often observed supporting and challenging each other during their lessons.” Teaching and Learning Review 2018

COVID-19 Update

Following the Covid-19 pandemic and disruption to the school year, we have worked hard to minimise dusruption to our children's learning by using Google Classroom to deliver learning from March 2020 using a combination of written content, live lessons, intervention phonecalls, emails and on-line support for example, Hamilton Trust and the BBC.

We will continue to offer dual learning for chidlren needing to isolate. Our Home Leanring Policy can be found here.

Below are other documents you may find useful.  

PDF icon   For mathematics, we follow the White Rose Hub planning (click this link)

PDF icon   Reading Policy

PDF icon   Assessment Principles

PDF icon   Redbridge & Lordshill Primary Federation Curriculum Statement

PDF icon   The National Curriculum 

PDF icon    RE: Living Difference III

PDF icon    Home Learning Policy

PDF icon     Remote Education Provision at Redbridge Primary School

PDF icon    PSHE - Long term plan

PDF icon    Learning for Life Booklet