how to help your child...



  1. Send Your Child to School Ready to Learn. A nutritious breakfast fuels up kids and gets them ready for the day. In general, kids who eat breakfast have more energy and do better in school.

  2. Get there on time. It's important that kids arrive at school on time every day, because having to catch up with class work and homework can be stressful and interfere with learning.

  3. Read with them every day.

  4. Get involved. Getting involved is a great way to show your kids that you take an interest in their education. It also sends a positive message that you consider school worthwhile.

  5. Make time to talk with your child every day, so he or she knows that what goes on at school is important to you.

Get involved...



Get involved...


Get involved...

Welcome to the PTA...

By simply being a parent or carer of a pupil at Rudgwick Primary School you are already a part of our PTA. We would love you to get involved, even if you are only able to help out in a small way, it all makes a big difference! 

A good place to start is  by looking at our Facebook page (RPS PTA) where you will find details of how you can help and information about our next meeting. It is a closed group so please feel free to request to join. 


You are most welcome to join us at meetings where we plan the coming events and discuss how to spend any funds. Being involved with raising money for our children and providing them with those extra resources and experiences is both rewarding and worthwhile and also helps you to feel part of our school community. If you want to know more please chat to your friendly PTA Class Rep. 


There are two ways in which you can help:

  • Any morning, during the week, we are looking for people to help support small groups of children, who are learning to read. Training will be given and the commitment is for half an hour a week during term time.

  • On Friday afternoons, we are encouraging people from the local community to come in and listen to our readers. We can organise your DBS check.

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