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

School Council Chair Laura and Vice Chair Elia presented Barnardo's Crystal Palace with a donation of £117 after the school council voted to donate 10% of profits from the playtime Healthy Snack Shack initiative.

Thank you to all who supported our summer fayre. £2000 was raised for the school and a great Saturday afternoon was had by all.


Den Day was a great success. The children had fun learning about the importance of shelter and raised money for Save the Children.

Our first strawberry harvest!

Click here for some of the latest cycling news.

After the hard work of SATs, a little farm labour to relax. The kale was grown in the Edible Playground and then served for lunch. Delicious!

Helen Carvall and Tracey Langridge attended a Food Flagship celebration at City Hall to celebrate our achievements over the last two years. A webpage has been set up which features two flagship films. There was also a presentation on the day which can be viewed here showing the impact of the Food Flagship work. 


Well done to everyone who took part in The Big Pedal. 40% of us travelled to school by bike or scooter. Jade Class cycled or scooted 172 times, Onyx 163 times and Zircon 161 times!

Red Nose Day was a great success. £806.32 has been raised so far. Thank you for your generous donations.