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Ranelagh Primary School

Ranelagh Primary School

Community

At The Heart of our Community

Ranelagh prides itself on being the heart of the community. Our Community Cohesion Leader, Mrs Aisha Sheikh, has formed many outstanding links with the local community. Ranelagh has organised and developed programmes to ensure parents, carers and stakeholders are working in partnership for this remarkable school.

Thankyou - Your Views Matter

 Thank you to everyone for completing our parent questionnaires at the last parents evening. You said that you  are incredibly  happy with the school and that your children feel safe. You said that  you are being informed about what your children are learning. A huge 96% of you said that Ranelagh supports the child’s wider personal development. 

The vast majority of parents said that they will recommend Ranelagh to another parent.

Partnership between you and the school is imperative to keep the scholl moving forward and being the very ‘best it can be’ to make sure your child thrives at school.

 

You said

We did

Play equipment old

New play equipment in reception and nursery playground.

Playground was decrepit

New playground marking in the Key stage 2 playground the the Early Year playground.

Teacher and parent communication

Studybus app for parents to communicate absences and messages to school and teachers.

Teachers are on a rota to be at the gates in the mornings.

All teachers are available at the end of the day in the playground and we have Termly coffee morning. Please contact the office to ask for someone to call you if you do need to speak to the class teacher

There are too many Cars in front of the school building at the beginning and the end of the day.

Healthy school streets have been implemented and have already proved to be a great success. 

Lunch that included a wide range of choices.

Children were involved with the changes of a healthy school menu.

Portions have been addressed and are being monitored.

Promote children's wellbeing

Zones of regulations in all class rooms and also in the playground. This encourages children to talk about their emotions and also strategies to manage emotions. 

Developing children’s social and emotional skills have been a focus for the school.

Pupil wellbeing article in the school Newsletter from the School Council.

Wanted to know what our children are learning 

The school curriculum is available on the school website and termly Curriculum letters. 

Parents assembly – showcasing children’s learning in all subjects 

Too many emails. Request to have paper copies of the school newsletter.

Paper copies of the newsletter will be available in the office. 

After School clubs for children in reception

This has been raised with the Community cohesion lead and we will ensure that all children are offered a club. 

Promote positive language

School assemblies ‘Word of the Week’ and weekly focus on one of the 5Rs of Ranelagh.

Article in the  newsletter. 

 

 

 

Partnership with SSCO Cumberland Sports Programme

We have currently developed a successful partnership with the Cumberland sports programme which follows the government’s sports strategy. Children are benefiting from skills in fencing, basketball, football, cricket and badminton.

Partnership with NASSA

We are also working closely with Newham All Star Sports Academy. Year 5 and 6 have been trained in basketball skills. Children have been coached by Chris Facey (coach of the year) London awards for sport and physical activity 2014.

East London Business Alliance

At Ranelagh we thrive on our successful partnerships with outside agencies. Over the last six years, we have built a successful partnership with ELBA. Volunteers from leading companies in Canary Wharf dedicate time to read with our children, offer money management workshops (Barclays) and have developed team building skills through many activities at the school (HSBC, Duetche Bank). Teams have been planting bulbs in the playground, resurfacing areas of the playground, painting and decorating and supporting successful school events. ELBA has continued to support us in our school fairs and have volunteered support and donated prizes to the raffle stall.

Ranelagh Community Fairs

Ranelagh celebrates excellence through providing a fun filled fair each summer and winter. The fairs are attended by over 400 people and have a range of activities to offer to the local community. There are fairground rides, stalls, a café, games and even student led business enterprise projects on offer. Year 6 recently raised money for a global charity. They successfully created a small business and then donated profits to the charity.  We also have links to many local businesses and health organisations in East London who continually support our fairs by donating prizes and information stalls to our community.

Upcoming Events:

We have a term full of events - please do ask friends to come along. Sign up to any of the events and courses on info@ranelagh.ttlt.academy and put Mrs Sheikh in the subject line. Please book early as places are limited. We look forward to seeing you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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  • History Quality Mark Gold
  • Let's get Cooking 2012
  • Music Mark
  • Ruth Miskin Trained School
  • Quality Mark
  • British Council International School award
  • Healthy Schools
  • London Education Partnership Winner 2011
  • PSQM silver award
  • Stars Bronze level Accreditation
  • Educational Outcomes Awards 2015
  • FAST
  • London Schools Gold Club 2015-16
  • IQM Inclusion Quality
  • Autism Education Trust
  • LGFL Digital Awards Winner 2018
  • Computing at School - Lead School 2018-2019
  • Quality Mark Award - Profession Development
  • Quality Mark Gold Award
  • Artsmark Platinum Award
  • Stonewall Education Champion
  • LPPA Award
  • School Mental Health Gold Award
  • School Games Gold 2021/22