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Rodmell C E Primary School
Rodmell, BN7 3HF, UK Lewes
+44 (0)1273 473916

       Welcome to the Web site for 'Rodmell CE Primary School'

Thank you for visiting our website. Rodmell is a small voluntary aided Church of England Primary School which generates a caring, family atmosphere. It traditionally serves the surrounding parishes, and more recently Newhaven, Peacehaven and Lewes. It caters for children aged 4 to 11 years and all parents desiring education for their children within the environment of a rural church school are welcome to apply.




September 2007 to August 2008

Term 1
Monday 3 September to Friday 19 October
Autumn holiday – Monday 22 October to Friday 26 October

Term 2
Monday 29 October to Friday 21 December
Christmas holiday – Monday 24 December to Friday 4 January 2008

Term 3
Monday 7 January to Friday 15 February
February holiday – Monday 18 February to Friday 22 February

Term 4
Monday 25 February to Friday 4 April
Spring holiday – Monday 7 April to Friday 18 April

Term 5
Monday 21 April to Friday 23 May
May holiday – Monday 26 May to Friday 30 May

Term 6
Monday 2 June to Wednesday 23 July


In 1856 The Earl of Abergavenny, who owned nearly all the land in the parish, gave a site and £50 towards the building of a parochial school, the entire cost was something short of £150. The school was built upon the plan of the National School at Eastbourne. The school was not opened as a day school until 6th April 1859 "as competent mistresses are scarce – besides which our funds are very limited" (from old parish diary). 

The school was placed under Government Inspection to enable a captivation grant to be secured. The parents were at this time, asked to pay 2d per week for the first two children and 1d per week for others. This had to be paid on Monday morning and no credit was allowed. 

The school prospered with about 50 children from the village and the surrounding farms and also had a thriving night school. The school now has aided status, with the governors retaining responsibility for the buildings and staff, and has continued to develop through the years. The school was extended last year.


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