We are very pleased that you have chosen the Stephen Perse Foundation for your child and look forward to establishing a partnership with you to ensure that their educational experience with us is as happy and successful as possible.
Our approach fosters a love of learning; helps students to become enquiring, reflective, open-minded young people and prepares them for the opportunities of the 21st Century, so they are equipped to play an active role in an increasingly international world.
Our Parent Handbook
We have provided key information about Rosedale House below, however if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- excellence and creativity in teaching and learning
- encouraging personal and social responsibility
- celebrating individuality and diversity
These principles define our school community and are at the heart of all we do. In following these ideals, we aim to achieve the highest standards in an all-round education. Our pupils are individuals with a myriad of interests and talents, and this school enables them to thrive.
A full term’s notice of intention to withdraw a pupil from the Stephen Perse Foundation at the end of a term must be given in writing to the Head of Junior School. If such notice is not given, the full term’s fees for the following term are liable to be paid. A full term’s notice to discontinue individual music or speech lessons is also required, on the same conditions.
Any property of value, such as musical instruments, watches, fountain pens, calculators, mobile phones and bicycles, should be clearly named. Please note that all musical instruments, which are used in school, must be insured by parents for accidental damage, loss or theft. This applies to instruments which are hired from the School, as well as pupils’ own instruments.
Pupils are responsible for the safekeeping of any money brought to school. Any sum in excess of £3 which, exceptionally, has to be brought should be entrusted to the Form Teacher or the Junior School Office until the pupil leaves at the end of the day.
The normal method of communication with parents is via School Post and email, unless there are exceptional circumstances which prevent this from being possible.
End of year reports on pupil progress are distributed electronically via a secure website.