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Cross Country

The Cross Country Calendar started on Tuesday 20th September.  To stay ahead of the game visit for all dates and results.


Year 1 and Year 5 & 6 had a wonderful time at the Dance Celebration at ESLA.
Year 1 performed a Spanish inspired dance and Year 5 & 6 choreographed their own American line dance. As a school we won the Self Belief Award. Congratulations to all involved.

Year 1 Dance from Rudston on Vimeo.

KS2 Dance from Rudston on Vimeo.


Rudston has taken part in a huge variety of sporting events and our trophy cabinets are jam packed with many achievements our children have made.



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The health and welfare of the children is monitored closely. When children enter the Reception classes they are given medical examination by the school nurse. Every new child is given a similar check-up. In addition, sight, hearing and dental checks are carried out at regular intervals. The school nurse visits on a regular basis to conduct health assessments, and invite parents along.

We have numerous members of staff trained in First Aid to look after any child who becomes sick or injured whilst at school. Parents and carers will be informed immediately if we think a child is too unwell to stay in school. If your child is unwell in the morning, it is advisable that he/she should stay at home until fully recovered, as we have no facilities for looking after sick children.

If a child is receiving ongoing medication, parents are allowed to come into school by prior arrangement to administer this. Medication cannot be administered by school staff without prior agreement: please visit the school office to discuss this. Medicine and tablets must never be given to a child to be brought into school. We will ask you to fill in an Individual Medical Care Plan if your child has medical needs. Please advise the school if there are any changes to your child’s health which the school should know about

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