Mr. Gary Johnson
Tel: 01204 333600
6th Form @ Susan Isaacs: 01204 391038
Home/School Liaison Mrs Tracey Grundy
Please contact us if you require paper copies of any documents on our website.
Rumworth School Latest News
Our summer newsletter is now available for download...
Parents/Carers can now give their views about Rumworth School on the Ofsted Parent view website by clicking the image below:
Our big build is underway!
Here is a selection of photographs to show the progress so far.
If you visit school you can see the builders compound and the building starting to take shape.
We are very excited about the new build and the new facilities we will gain.
A message from the Head
Welcome to Rumworth School!
Rumworth school is an 11-19 provision for children who have a range of learning difficulties and additional needs. We cater for up to 240 students who have Moderate Learning Difficulties, Severe Learning Difficulties, Complex Needs, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment, Physical Disability, and Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs.
Supporting young people to be more Confident, Resilient and Independent.
" You can do it, We will help"
We believe that everything we do should start with the young person. For them, we aim to create a happy, safe and effective learning community, in which all stakeholders are valued. We aim to provide our students with a wealth of learning opportunities which will not only give them an enriching school experience, but will also equip our students with the skills to give every young person the chance to progress smoothly towards a life of opportunity.
At Rumworth everyone is valued and welcomed as belonging to our school community. Difference and diversity are accepted and nurtured as contributing to all our achievements. We foster participation and mutual respect as part of everyday life in our school.
"Equally different, Differently equal"
At Rumworth School we provide a broad, balanced, differentiated and inclusive curriculum that reflects and actively promotes fundamental British Values. This includes teaching about democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.
Our most recent Ofsted was in 2014 and the school was graded "Outstanding".
To read our latest Ofsted report online click here.
Thank you for taking the time to explore our website.
If you require any more information about us, please do not hesitate to get in contact.