Welcome to Reginald Mitchell Primary School

Timetable of school day

Welcome to EYFS powerpoint Sept 2019 

Welcome to EYFS powerpoint Sept 2019

Welcome to Year 1 - Parents 2019

Parents Information PP Y2 2018 2019

Welcome to year 3 powerpoint Sep 2019

Welcome to Year 4 - Parents 2021

Welcome to Year 5 - Parents

Welcome to Y6 PPT

The school was originally called Butt Lane Primary School but was changed in 1951 as a lasting tribute to Reginald Mitchell, the designer of the Spitfire fighter aeroplane. Mitchell was born within earshot of our school and it was hoped that his immense contribution to our country would inspire future generations.

The school is located within the Staffordshire Local Authority and caters for the community of Butt Lane and surrounding areas. Children are welcomed from the ages of 3-11 and our aim is to provide the finest educational experience in a caring, safe, bright and stimulating environment.

All children are special and deserve the best possible start in life. We want the children at our school to be happy, successful and remember their years spent here with memories that will last a lifetime.

We understand that successful learning takes place when we work together with families. This makes partnerships central to our work. We have a very active Parent, Teacher and Friends Association (PTFA) who work tirelessly to support the school. Being part of our local community is very important. We feel a responsibility to help children understand the diverse community in which we live.

We work hard to involve parents in school life and are committed to developing links between home and school through events such as our science week, class assemblies, performances and PTFA events.

Visitors to our school are most welcome and we strongly recommend that all prospective parents come and take a look at our school in action. We hope that you enjoy looking at our website and look forward to meeting you soon.

Mrs A Rourke

Executive Headteacher

Relationships and Health Education (RHE)

Relationships and Health Education (RHE)
From September 2020, it is a statutory requirement that all schools in England are teaching Relationship and Health Education as a fundamental part of the curriculum.
As part of implementing the RHE curriculum, schools must consult with stakeholders to ensure there is a general consensus on our approaches to policy and the curriculum content.
We are asking parents to read through the following documents:
  • PSHRE Policy
  • Year group overviews
Both of these documents can be found on the curriculum page under PSHRE on the school website.
We have also provided the following leaflet below to support you with your understanding for the requirements of Relationship and Health Education.
  • DfE Guide for Parents


Please email any questions or comments by the 30th June 2023 to:

Your comments and questions will be reviewed as part of the consultation.
Thank You

Mrs Smith

Should you require a paper copy of anything on our website please contact the school office on 01782 973835