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Ranelagh Primary School

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  • Reception 2018 Places Available

    Published 13/11/17

    We currently have places available in Reception for a September 2018 start.

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  • Nursery Open Day - Friday 12th January, 2018

    Published 03/12/17

    On Friday 12th January, Ranelagh will be having a Nursery Open Day for all prospective parents and children from 9:00 to 10:00 AM. You are cordially invited to attend, to witness firsthand what a wonderful place Ranelagh Primary is. Beginning school is an exciting event for you and your child, and it won’t be long before your child will be starting with us at Ranelagh Primary School.

    There will be lots of new things to learn and of course you will want to ensure that your child is well prepared for this important event. At Ranelagh Primary School our motto is `Be the Best You Can Be’ and this value is the foundation of everything we do. We strive to provide an environment and curriculum that underpins our ethos and our 5R values – Respectful, Resilient, Remarkable, Responsible and Right Choices. 

    For more information on our Early Years provision please click here.

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  • Ranelagh Goes Royal

    Published 19/11/17

    Last week Ranelagh was transformed into an elegant castle bustling with Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses (and everything regal in between) as Key Stage One held their own Royal Banquet. Festooned with Tudor and medieval decorations, our very own ground floor lunch hall became quite the site to behold. 

    All of Year 1 and 2, inspired by their learning  in the Ranelagh Curriculum, created and attended their very own 'Royal Banquet' complete with music, drink and dancing. The 'Ranelagh Royals' enjoyed medieval and Tudor dancing while they dined and were waited on, hand and foot, by their servants and paiges Mrs. Sheikh, Mrs. Begum, Mrs. Patel and even our Deputy Head Mrs. Welburn. 

     

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  • Children in Need

    Published 19/11/17

    On Friday, along with the entire nation, Ranelagh raised awareness for Children in Need. Dressed to the hilt in spotty clothes and dotted outfits, the staff and children alike enjoyed contributing to such a noble cause. Children in Need, A BBC charity, maintains a vision that every child across the UK should have a childhood which is safe, happy, secure and allows them to reach their potential. 

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  • Top of the Times Tables

    Published 13/11/17

    A huge congratulations to all our Times Table contestants for their hard work and team spirit.  On Wednesday, they competed against 4 other schools. They had to solve reasoning problems; answer times tables questions; take part in a quick fire round of mental arithmetic and represent and present number bonds in creative ways.

     

     

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  • A love for the library

    Published 13/11/17

    The librarians in our school play a vital role and have become a very important part of team Ranelagh! Each and every day, they give up their own playtimes and lunches to help run not only the school library but also the 100 Books Library located in the front foyer.

    TES (Times Educational Supplement), after consulting primary school teachers up and down the country, comprised a list of the top 100 must-read books that all children should read before leaving primary school (for the list in full click here) and Ranelagh, in keeping with this initiative, created a ‘100 Books Library’ of our own in the front foyer. Every playtime and lunchtime, children from across the school come in to choose a book, often recommended by our wonderful librarians, and they read them either at school or at home.

    This half term, as a thank you for all the hard work that our librarians do, they were treated to a very special visit to the Stratford Library where they joined children from other schools in learning about Jeff Kinney, the world famous author of the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ books. They enjoyed learning how to illustrate the main character from the story as well as take part in the various book quizzes, testing their knowledge. The event was not only informative but great fun!

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  • Reception Open Day - Nov 14th, 2017

    Published 12/11/17

    On Tuesday 14th November, at 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM, Ranelagh Primary School is having an Open Day for all prospective parents and children. You are invited to attend either session, to see just what a wonderful place Ranelagh Primary is. Beginning school is an exciting event for you and your child, and it won’t be long before your child will be starting with us at Ranelagh Primary School.

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  • Festival of Voices 2017

    Published 12/11/17

    On Tuesday 11th July, in front of a packed house at the world famous Hackney Empire, the Year 4 children of Ranelagh Primary School took part in the annual Festival of Voices. Festival of Voices, led by the Creative Arts Partnership which consists of five Newham Schools (Ranelagh, St. Helen's, Britannia Village, Star and St. Joachim's) has worked together for over 12 years with the aim to raise the standards of all school children through art and music. Each and every year Festival of Voices is an amazing culmination of the all fantastic work that all the schools in the partnership have done.

     

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  • "We are such stuff as dreams are made on..."

    Published 10/11/17

    Children fom Ranelagh's very own Shakespeare club delivered a magnificent performance of The Tempest at Stratford Circus on Monday 6th November. All of the children were commended for their mature rendition of the classic Shakespearean play as well as their excellent inference. A tall order, The Tempest is a story chalked full of comedy, acts of betrayal, ill treatment, magical arts and revenge.

     

     

     

     

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  • Ranelagh Helps Change the World

    Published 31/10/17

     

    The children at Ranelagh Primary School have once again taken action to raise global awareness about a variety of planetary issues. Inspired by their learning in the Ranelagh Curriculum, the children across the school took it upon themselves to create their very own Community Action Projects, aimed at making the world a better place.

    Last half term the children were learning through the topic Our Planet Earth, which had every year group from Nursery to Year 6, studying a different region or biome across the world: Year 1 learned about oceans and seas, Year 3 the rainforest, Year 5 extreme environments and Year 6 explored climate change and sustainability. Moved by their learning the children were amazingly keen to get involved and help out.

     

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  • TFL STARS award

    Published 30/10/17

    Ranelagh has been recognised for all of the hard work we have done as a school to ensure safe, healthy and sustainable school travel with an accreditation from Transport for London.

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  • Ranelagh Celebrates Diwali

    Published 20/10/17

    Diwali is a very important festival for many of the families in our school and last week it was joyously celebrated at Ranelagh. The children learnt all about the importance of the Hindu Festival of Lights from a very special visitor, Ms Pramida, from The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), who joined our Friday assembly explaining the meaning and significance of Diwali.

    Members of our PTA also attended the assembly, dressed in sarees and cultural clothing, and offered silent reflection by lighting diva lamps and performing puja.

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