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Rowley Hall Primary School

Learning, growing and achieving together.


Head Teacher's Message

Mrs N. Stanley is the Head Teacher of Rowley Hall Primary School and she has been at the school since January 2013.

I am delighted to be the Head Teacher of Rowley Hall Primary School, where the children's well-being and learning are of paramount importance to the dedicated staff team and governors within the school. The aim is simple - to deliver the very best education for the children of Rowley Regis.

We are a friendly, caring school where all the staff work as a team to ensure the children are nurtured and developed into lifelong learners. Parents play an essential part in the life our school and we value their partnership.

Our mission statement is "Learning, growing and achieving together" and the school’s Values are: Respect, Honesty, Friendship, Trust, Caring, Happiness

We all play a part in this so that our children may find success in school and the wider world in which they live.

We are a Rights Respecting School (UNICEF) and this means that a key focus we have for our children is to promote a world-wide awareness, self-belief, positive attitudes and raise self-esteem. The children actively engage in the SEAL programme in every year group in school as part of their Personal, Social, Moral, Health Education programme. This provides our children with the routes to success. We also aim to work in partnership with the whole school community to support the young people in our care.

We have an active School Council in order that our children have a voice in school (please read our School Council page). There are representatives from across the year groups so that the children's ideas are listened to and issues they raise are dealt with by staff and governors as we constantly seek new ways to improve Rowley Hall.

Rowley Hall is one of five local primary schools in The Rowley Learning Trust, which was formed in autumn 2012. As a group of schools we are able to provide wider opportunities to the children and high quality professional training for our staff members.

We are a larger than average primary school and still expanding. There are three forms in each year group up to year 5 now and numbers will increase until next September (2018) when there will be a third class in year 6. The school was extended in 2012-13 to build on our capacity for expansion.

We welcome visitors to our school, so please call to make an appointment for a guided tour; you will find the contact details for the school on our 'Contact Us' page.
Kind Regards,

School Hours


Doors open at 8.40am when children may enter school. School gates open at 8.30am Registration begins at 8.50am prior to the school day beginning at 8.45am.

Pupils should not arrive more than 10 minutes before doors open. It is equally important that children who go home to lunch should not return more than 10 minutes before the start of the afternoon session.

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Reception Years 1 & 2 Years 3 & 4 Years 5 & 6
School Day Begins   8.45am        8.45am 8.45am 8.45am 8.45am
Morning Break    10.45am - 11.00am 10.45am-11.00am 10.40am-10.55am 10.40am-10.55am
Morning Session Ends   11.30am 11.50m 12.00pm 12.10pm 12.20pm
Afternoon Session Begins   12.20pm 12.55pm 1.00pm 1.10pm 1.20pm
School Day Finishes    3.10pm 3.15pm 3.20pm 3.20pm   3.20pm