Welcome to Rockmount Primary School

Rockmount is a happy, friendly school situated very close to the vibrant Crystal Palace triangle.

From the first day a child attends, our priority is to provide a safe, caring and stimulating environment for them to learn and grow.

With high expectations of all our children, we are committed to fulfilling our motto, "All Can Achieve". This is the central premise of all that happens in our school.

We also encourage close links between home and school so that parents and carers can be actively involved in their child’s education. We often ask for parents' views because we believe they are important in helping to shape the future development of the school.

This website provides a wealth of information about how Rockmount is organised. Of course our school is much more than this.  I would encourage you to come and visit us and to see Rockmount for yourself. Details about how to get in touch are on our contact page.

Michael Wilson
Executive Headteacher

Latest News

The Nursery and Reception children are settling into school life and enjoying the last of the warm weather.

 

The healthy schools section of our website can be viewed by clicking here.

 

Sport's Relief Sponsored Cycle

19 Year 5 and 6 children and adults cycled 10 miles to raise money for Sport's Relief.  Almost £200 was raised by these cyclists, who are proud to have managed 10 laps round the Rec in aid of children in poorer countries. 

 

 

Year 3 Stone Age Day

Wow! Children and parents were blown away this morning by our cavemen in the playground! Year 3 have been immersed in the stone age; making pots, tasting fish, making bullroarers and much more!

 

Bike-It Breakfast

In spite of the damp weather, October 21st saw 111 parents and children cycle/scooter to school. They had a go at the obstacle course in the transformed car park, watched photos of all the cycling that was organised in 2014 by the Bike It Crew, listened to cycling songs and ate breakfast.  Cyclists were given reflectors to make sure they would be seen in the wintery months ahead.