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Coronation Breakfast 

Queens, Kings, Princesses and Princes paraded in the Ranelagh playground on Friday 5th May  to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III. The local Councillor, Charlene McLean,for West Ham  attended the proceedings and opened up Ranelagh's Royal Big Breakfast- sumptuous sausages; extravagant eggs ( scrambled) and bountiful beans filled the plates of the whole of the Ranelagh community. Music echoed throughout , played by the wonderful Ranelagh Music Teacher, Mr Murdoch. The whole playground was filled with Cheers and Hurrahs on the beginning of this the Carolean Era . For a finale, a hear felt rendition from the whole school community of 'God Save The King' resounded. 




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  • Latest Updates

    Published 19/09/18

    We are open for all children. 

    We currently have spaces at Ranelagh . For admission information, please click here or contact Mrs Lepa Rahman, our School Office Manager on 0208 534 4364.

    Wrap Around School Care - Breakfast Club 7.30-8.40 and After School Club available until 6.00p.m.  Please contact the School Office Manager for prices. 


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  • Fairplay House 2023

    Published 18/04/23

    Year 5 are having a great time at Fair Play House. The children are creating bonds with each other, and their resilience is shining through in all the activities.

     The bonfire was one of the children's favourite. They've had so much fun singing and drumming. 

    They are now ready for the next new and exciting challenge. 

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  • International Women's Day

    Published 09/03/23

    A huge cheer resounded from Napier Lodge at Ranelagh on Wednesday -Happy International Women's Day. Once the doors opened the pure exuberance of the women  in our community poured out. There was music and dancing , quizzing , banner-making ... and food , and oh the food. Food from Algeria, Lithuania, Romania, Albania,  Pakistan, Bangladesh Russia, Nigeria, Ghana - food that showed a real sense of these remarkable women -the parents and carers of our children. 

    It didn't take much persuading by these brilliant women for the Leadership team to join in with the tasting and, of course , the Dancing. 

    'I tried the most delicious food,' remarked Head of Ranelagh, Miss Welburn, 'but what really fed my spirit was the overwhelming strength and pride of all the women in this  room today .'  We make sure that inspirational women are a strong part of Ranelagh's curriculum ;to learn from and to inspire . From the women who celebrated in the room today, it is obvious that our children have inspirational women right in front of them: at home . A huge thanks to the wonderful women in the PTA for organising , and our amazing Community.

    Cohesion Lead , Aisha Sheikh. ​

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  • World book day!!!

    Published 06/03/23

    Always a favourite - as you can see from the gallery...

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  • Collaboration and Conversation is the Key

    Published 23/02/23

    Some of Ranleagh's Year 5 children attended a Junior RE conference day at Elmhurst. They met up with lots of schools children across Newham to discuss and celebrate the amazing diversity within the borough. They played a variety of team work games, working with each other to solve problems. They answered philosophical questions: listening carefully to other peoples' opinions, respecting them and asking questions to develop their understanding further.


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  • Ranelagh School Council Raising Money

    Published 10/02/23

    Ranelagh rallied on a cold February Friday morning for the termly School Council's Hot Chocolate morning. The money raised is usually donated to a children's charity, however this term, after seeing the devastating images of the Earthquake in Turkey and Syria, Ranelagh's School Council insisted that the money should go to helping the victims of this. The generous donations from parents and carers meant that nearly 200 pound was raised in an hour for Turkey-Syria appeal. There will be donation box in Ranelagh's reception area for a week after half-term. 

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  • Reach Out - Anti-Bullying Message Resonates

    Published 06/12/22

    On 14th November, Ranelagh launched Anti bullying term with an Odd Socks day. Children and adults across the school wore odd schools to show that they are all unique but still special. Ranelagh will now spend the rest of the term learning about the effects that bullying can have on people and how together we can stand up against it and 'Reach out' to others around us. 

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  • The Person I Admire - Year 6 Paint The Change

    Published 14/11/22

    Ranelagh's Year 6 worked with top artists last Summer. Their work is displayed in the centre of Stratford outside Alice Billings House. The children's  brief was to paint someone that they admire . This is part of Ranelagh's partnership with  #PaintTheChange, a public art organisation that raises social issues through creativity and community engagement.

    Ranelagh paintings sit outside Alice Billings House

    As you can see from the website Paint The Change - The One I Admire​ Ranelagh children are pretty incredible with equally incredible and  inspirational adults in their life. 


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  • TTLT Girls Football Tournament

    Published 08/11/22

    Ranelagh competed in the TTLT Girls Football Tournament alongside 9 other teams; all hoping to be in the top 6 and make it to the finals on November 25th. After 5 close games it came down to a shoot out and Karina in 6T8 scored the winning goal for Ranelagh to advance to the finals! Well done girls, let's bring it home

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  • Nutrition Kitchen

    Published 02/11/22

    Ready, Steady Cook!

    16 Ranelagh families have been part of the Nutrition Kitchen Programme.  

    This term, parents have been gaining nutrition advice, cooking recipes and have been part of parent and child fitness activities. 

    If you would like to be part of this programme, please contact Mrs Sheikh on 07738 414464 

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  • TTLT Tag Rugby Tournament

    Published 19/10/22

    Last Friday some of our Year 5 and 6 student competed in the TTLT Tag Rugby Tournament against 7 other schools. It was a great afternoon at Memorial Park, where parents were able to attend to cheer Ranelagh on to victory! As always our students made us proud, seeing them compete and work as a team. This week with the added bonus of bringing home gold medals! Please join me in congratulating all the students who took part in the variety of TTLT Sporting Events this half term, making everyone at Ranelagh proud!


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  • Dutch Visitors Inspired by the Children at Ranelagh

    Published 18/10/22

    'Inspirerend' were the words that came out of visitors' mouths as they walked around Ranelagh Primary school. They had travelled from the Netherlands to observe the fantastic practice of inclusion in primary schools.

    The Year 5 girls gave a tour of the Ranelagh building
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