Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Ryarsh Primary School

Forward thinking for a brighter future

Our Favourite Learning by Leopard class.


This week we have been learning about ‘Clockwork’ by Philip Pullman and have completed a number of practical and written activities based around this text. 

This week in Leopard class, Mr Maynard made us do drama when a story character comes alive. It was based on a story called Clockwork. The book is scary, breath taking and funny. By Harriet Hughes.

This week, Leopard class has been doing some exciting drama. We are reading a book called ‘Clockwork’ by Philip Pullman and we have been acting a part of the story. We got put in partners and acted out the scene . We had to feel scared but also excited. It was a brilliant morning! By Josie Parfrey.











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Welcome to Ryarsh Primary School.

Open morning and parent workshops

Thank you to all the parents who came into school on Tuesday to spend time in children’s classes and attend our parent workshops. Children felt very proud about welcoming mums and dads into their classrooms are were keen to show off their learning.

We also ran our parent workshops on reading, phonics and maths and held a parent forum to gather your ideas. Combining all of these events into one morning seemed to be popular, so we will run this format again at our next Open Morning on Thursday 5th February. So far, we are planning  parent workshops in e-safety and computing. Please let me know if you have any other suggestions.

Ruth Austin


Ryarsh is an outstanding school.’ Inspectors visited the school on 25th and 26th April 2012 and rated the school “outstanding” overall and also “outstanding” in every category. The inspection team praised the “high expectations that staff have of pupils’ achievement”, going on to say that “achievement is outstanding because of the rapid progress pupils make throughout the school” and that “skilled teaching assistants make a valuable contribution to the outstanding achievement of pupils.” They also said that “pupils’ behaviour, attitude to learning and conduct in lessons and around the school are exemplary” and that “a family atmosphere pervades the school.”

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