COMMUNITY VIEWS OF RGJS
Below are statements the community have made about Roe Green Junior School.
"I just wanted to let you know we had a great time working with your students today. What a polite, respectful and intellectually curious bunch! The students worked so well and it was a delight to have them visit us here at the Wallace Collection. I hope they enjoyed themselves as much as we enjoyed having them visit." The Education Department Team
"Both my husband and I have been delighted with Roe Green as a school, the staff from management to the teachers and all the supporting staff have always been exceptional in our experience. My children formed strong friendships and lots of happy memories from the school and I sincerely wish the school all the best in the future."Mrs Ishtiaq - Parent
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the teachers that have helped my daughter in her development. She has been successful in all the schools she applied for (Grammar) and that is down to her sheer hard work, a skill she acquired at Roe Green. She has blossomed into a thoughtful, intelligent young lady and it is all down to the school’s approach in developing young kids to their true potential. She has exceeded all our expectations and as a result, we are extremely grateful to you.” Mrs Rohilla - Parent
"Roe Green is a fantastic school that provides students with a solid educational platform in order to prepare them for high school. I was truly amazed and impressed with the students' knowledge and work that they had produced." Ms Khalil - PGCE Trainee Teacher
"I was on the Jubilee line train this afternoon when one of the classes from your school got on at Baker Street. I was a bit concerned as we all know what kids can be like but they were great - some were playing a game lead by a teacher to name stations starting with a letter of the alphabet and rest were just chatting excitedly as they should after a school trip. They were all so polite to everyone though. As a Kingsbury resident I think those kids were a credit to the school and my community and the teachers a shining example to their profession. Teachers and kids can get a bad press these days so please feel free to share this with them." Mr Carroll - Kingsbury Resident
"It was lovely to be asked so politely just now to throw a ball back over the fence by some friendly pupils in your playground. Especially at the end of a long term." Mr Cumbers - Kingsbury High Teacher