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Welcome to Romiley Primary School.

I am very proud to be the Headteacher of Romiley Primary School. Our entire school community demonstrates their exceptional resilience, positivity and exceptional support for one another on a daily basis.

My vision for all learners at Romiley Primary School is that they know they have a unique and valuable voice, that they understand that the culture of tomorrow is not yet defined and that they are able to influence, shape, challenge and lead culture rather than simply fit in to society.

In order to do this, we need high expectations of each other. Our children need the very best academic outcomes they can achieve, but they also need to develop skills and attributes far beyond the academic. We have three words that form the bedrock of everything we do at Romiley Primary school: Resilient, Positive, Supportive. We want our children to develop these skills and attributes in a collaborative and supportive community. We learn best, when we learn together.

I hope you find everything you need on our website but if you have any questions or would like to arrange a visit to our wonderful school, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We trust that our website will be informative and helpful in further developing the existing co-operation between home and school so that, in partnership together, we can serve the best interests of the children in our care.

Parents can contact the school office on 0161 430 3101 or e-mail office@romiley.stockport.sch.uk.

Kind regards,

Mr A Bassett

School Tours

If you are applying for next years' Reception intake, feel free to contact us and we can arrange a tour. I like to do the tours personally where I can. I look forward to meeting you.

School News Feed
  • General
    11 April 2024
    PTA - 18th April at 6pm
    Dear Parents, Carers, Romiley Staff and Governors, We hope everyone is having a lovely Easter break. This is a quick reminder that we will be holding a meeting in the School Hall to discuss how our new PTA may look. We would love to see as many faces, new and old, as possible. Please come along to share your ideas and see how you may be able to get involved. Kind Regards,
  • Newsletter
    28 March 2024
    Newsletter W/e 28th March 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, I can't believe another term has gone by already! Some highlights from this week have been the Year 5 assembly yesterday - what a show; the initial feedback from the poverty proofing audit - they commented on how happy, well-mannered and well-behaved our children are, and on the positive relationships between staff and pupils; and seeing our first ever digital Romiley Newspaper produced by a team of journalists from Year 5 and Year 6. If you are celebrating Easter, have a very happy Easter! If you are celebrating Eid, Eid Saeed (happy Eid)! I hope you all have time to rest and have some quality time with your children over the break. I'll see you again on 15th April for the start of Summer term! Kind regards, Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    22 March 2024
    Newsletter W/e 22nd March 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, This week's newsletter hot off the press! This a bumper edition full of exciting news from over the last 2 weeks. Have a lovely weekend and we'll see everyone back in school next week for the final week of Spring term.
  • Newsletter
    8 March 2024
    Newsletter W/e 8th March 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, Happy International Women's Day! It's an opportunity to thank and celebrate significant females in our lives. This week, we've been lucky enough to have NK Theatre in with us as part of our World Book Day celebrations. We've been doing dance and drama activities from all sorts of texts including Giraffe's Can't Dance, non-fiction books on space and explorers, and Shakespeare. Thank you for your support on World Book Day. I am passionate about getting children reading. It really does change lives - I know that first hand. Remember, we have a book swap shop - the National Literacy Trust said that 1 in 5 children don't own their own book; I don't want that to be true here. Any child can get a free book here thanks to your donations. Over the next few weeks, we'll be doing some work on poverty proofing. We do make decisions to try and poverty proof our school, for example: World Book Day dress up being accessible, free uniform and book swap, but I also know that there will be more we can do and things we haven't thought of. Hopefully, all the mums will be thoroughly spoilt on Sunday! Have a great Mother's Day if you're celebrating and I'll see you on Monday! Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    1 March 2024
    Newsletter W/e 1st March 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, This week, our Year 3 children proudly showed off their learning to you and we got a taste of what it would be like to be in a rock band; our Key Stage 2 children met Frank Cottrell-Boyce and were inspired by his story-telling and magic; we also had a delivery of some slow growing fruit trees to improve our forest school area and to plant in our quiet garden (an ironic name for a garden in the middle of a playground!); and we've competed in a netball competition and a football competition... That's a fairly normal week then! As with last week, we've attached the Picture News resource. You might find it helpful to discuss and unpick some of the events in the news at an age-appropriate level. It's also really helpful when looking at British Values and the 9 protected Characteristics from the Equality Act. Whatever you're doing this weekend, have a great one! Take care, Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    23 February 2024
    Newsletter W/e 23rd February 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, I hope you had a restful half-term - it certainly feels like a long time ago! Well, we've had another busy week as you'll see in the newsletter, but there are loads of great things happening in and around School! Included in this Ping today are three attachments: the newsletter, a quick update on the progress of the MAT and this week's picture News - a great child-friendly presentation of the news. Whatever you're doing this weekend, I hope you have a good one! Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    9 February 2024
    Newsletter W/e 9th February 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, It was great to see so many green children today! I saw recycled and preloved clothes galore as well as actual green items! This week we've had our residential, our Year 4 music assembly, Medieval day in Reception, Dance festival, pens down day, internet safety day and much more! Life in a primary school is so busy - which is why I'm sure time travels faster as soon as we walk through the door. I hope everyone has a well deserved rest over half term. We'll see you on 19th February when it'll be even lighter (and much warmer, I'm sure!). Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    2 February 2024
    Newsletter W/e 2nd February 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, That was another very busy week at school! I'm sure that time goes faster in schools - I can't believe there's only one week until half-term already! I've had so many highlights this week - I got to spend the morning with our Year 3s, I've heard children read and was able to celebrate so many achievements in assembly with our talented and hardworking pupils. I like to try and end the week reflecting on the positives. Enjoy your weekend and I'll see you next week! Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    26 January 2024
    Newsletter W/e 26th January 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, Still going with your New Year resolution? well done if you are - that's resilience! If not, don't worry, January is a bad time for that anyway. Why not start your New Years resolution in line with the financial year? That's positivity! Have a lovely weekend! Mr Bassett
  • Newsletter
    19 January 2024
    Newsletter W/e 19th January 2024
    Dear Parents and Carers, Anyone feeling the January blues? Monday was apparently 'Blue Monday', which for me was a reminder to focus on one of our core values at school - positivity. I also reminded the children about resilience in our Monday assembly. When I talk about resilience, I don't mean, 'let's plough on,' or 'struggle through,' for me, resilience is about learning to thrive and see the colour in life. I watched Wall-E with my youngest last week. A great Disney movie! One of the lines towards the end of the film was when the captain of the ship said, 'I don't want to survive, I want to live!' This is what I want for our children, January isn't just to get through, it's to enjoy! With that, enjoy your weekend everyone! Mr Bassett
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