Ofsted Grading - 2015.
We are pleased to report that in our recent Ofsted inspection we were graded 'good'!
'Pupils make good progress and achieve well in reading, writing and mathematics throughout the school from their different starting points.'
'Teaching is good across the school.'
'Pupils' behaviour is good. They enjoy coming to school and are keen to learn. They say they feel very safe and are well cared for in school.'
Well done to all at Rishton Methodist Primary School!
Our Mission Statement
Rishton Methodist Primary School will develop, educate and nurture the whole child to his or her potential within the context of Christian beliefs, practice and values.
The Staff and Governors of Rishton Methodist School want the school to provide a safe, supportive and stimulating learning environment, in which each child is treated as an individual and the needs of all are considered. We will encourage the children to work hard, to behave appropriately and to take pride and pleasure in their own and the achievements of others.
We look forward to working together on a basis of mutual respect to help our children become confident and enthusiastic learners.
Mrs Janet Neale - Headteacher
Miss Sarah Elliott - Deputy Headteacher
(currently on maternity leave)
Mrs Wendy Proctor - Foundation Stage (Mercury) Teacher
(acting Deputy Headteacher)
Miss Lucy Kelly- Year 1(Mars) Class Teacher
Mr Sean Kelleher - Year 2 (Jupiter) Class Teacher
Miss Natalie Bethwaite - Year 3 (Saturn) Class Teacher
Mrs Helen Bullen - Year 4 (Pluto) Class Teacher
Mr Mark Hinksman - Year 5 (Neptune) Class Teacher
Mr Simon Airey - Year 6 (Venus) Class Teacher
Mrs Donna Monk - Office Manager
Mrs Judith Wright - Learning Mentor
OUR TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Wendy Shuttleworth, Andrea Humphreys, Shirley McMillan,
Karen Skilling, Susan Whiteside,
Carla Patchett, Claire Baines, Angie Hindle, Heather Barnes and Chrissy Hussey
At Rishton Methodist School, we aim to create a secure, happy, caring environment, where all children are valued as individuals whatever their gender or race.
We aim to ensure that children have the opportunity to talk or are listened to.
Rishton Methodist School recognises the contribution it can make to protect and support pupils in school.