“The quality of teaching is consistently good with some that is outstanding, because teachers encourage growth of pupils’ knowledge and develop positive attitudes to learning” Ofsted November 2013
As a school we believe that all children can achieve success. We are very proud of our multi-cultural and diverse school community and this helps us to teach our pupils to respect themselves and to respect others, making Ranelagh a truly inclusive school. The community is at the heart of our school.
“Discrimination is non-existent because the school is sensitive to diversity and disability, and all pupils are treated equally. As a result, pupils are tolerant and respect diversity. All groups of pupils achieve well, and all staff are supported to perform at their best”.
We encourage every single pupil to be an active partner in their learning, through listening, thinking, questioning and reflecting on learning. Achievements are celebrated as individuals and as a whole school. Our curriculum is designed to enhance our pupils’ creative and thinking skills, encouraging them to be independent learners and to take responsibility for their own learning and actions, developing as responsible citizens.
“The curriculum is a key strength of the school and is exceptionally well planned and organised by all teachers. Pupils deepen their knowledge through activities that develop teamwork, imagination, and learning about the world they live in”.Ofsted November 2013
Head Teacher - Angela Tapscott
School Open Check
School starts - 8.50am
Break time - 10.15am - 10.30am
KS1 - 12:15pm - 1:15pm
KS2 - 12:30pm - 1:15pm
AM Session - 8:30am - 11:30am
PM Session - 12:15pm - 3:15pm
School finishes - 3:00pm
Our current attandance is: