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Welcome to Roxeth Mead

Alison Isaacs

Roxeth Mead School is a popular, small independent pre-preparatory school with a Nursery for pupils aged from three to seven. The school was founded in 1859 and is situated in Harrow in north-west London in an attractive, converted house and surrounding gardens, including a hard play area. The school’s aim is to maximise each pupil’s potential in both their personal and academic development. The school prides itself in the fact that because it is small, it is able to give each pupil the help it needs.

A recent ISI inspection reported:

‘The quality of the pupils’ academic achievements is excellent, including the EYFS… All pupils, including EYFS children, those with SEND or EAL and the more able are happy and motivated to learn and make excellent progress’.

‘Teaching is highly knowledgeable and carefully planned and provides stimulating learning experiences for pupils and EYFS children. The quality of the teaching is excellent’.

‘Pupils of all ages are confident, independent and self-assured. They have a mature empathy towards one another, behave extremely well, and are culturally aware and socially adept.’

‘Much individual attention is given to all children, so that their needs are successfully met.’

‘All teachers, including those in the EYFS, are highly experienced and knowledgeable. The vibrancy of teaching styles strongly fosters the pupils’ interest.‘

The staff and I hope that our website gives you a good overview of Roxeth Mead School. We would welcome you to contact us or make an appointment to come and see us if you want more information. You can always keep up to date with school news and activities by visiting the “school news” section of our site.

Mrs Alison Isaacs
Headteacher

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a piece of EU-wide legislation which determines how people’s personal data is processed and kept safe and the legal rights individuals have in relation to their own data. It applies from 25th May 2018 to all organisations that process or handle personal data, including schools. It is similar to the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998; most of the differences involve the GDPR building on or strengthening the principles of the DPA. Please contact us for copies of our Data Protection Policy and Privacy Notices or see our Policies Page.

Data Protection Officer – The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School. If you have any questions in this regard, please do contact Mrs Sarah Mackintosh at the school or via slmackintosh@sky.com

 

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