Rosendale Primary School

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Rosendale Primary School
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Type Community School
Location Rosendale Road
West Dulwich

London
SE21 8LR
 England
Local authority Lambeth
DfE URN 131335
Students 600
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–11
Website www.rosendale-primary.lambeth.sch.uk

Rosendale Primary School is a primary school in West Dulwich, Lambeth, south London, England.[1] It is at the north end of Rosendale Road, between the railway and Turney Road.

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The school received an outstanding Ofsted report in October 2008 and again in May 2013.[2] It has over 600 pupils.

Buildings[edit]

The KS2 building dates back to 1899.[citation needed]

The school's library is housed in a converted London bus and was officially opened on 19 July 2011 by author Michael Morpurgo.[3] The "library bus" won the School Library Association's Library Design Award in 2011.[4] It is noted for its forward thinking pedagogy - negotiated learning, project based learning and co-operative learning.

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Coordinates: 51°26′46″N 0°5′53″W / 51.44611°N 0.09806°W / 51.44611; -0.09806