Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Ryarsh Primary School

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Year 3 and 4 school trip to Trosley Country Park

On Friday the 28th of March, Yr 3 and Yr 4 went on a school trip to Trosley Park. We left at 9:15 on a Brookline coach. The children were very excited for their day ahead. Making sure we all had our disposable lunch, we clambered on board the coach. There were 2 activities; minibeast hunting and crafts. We did the mini beast hunting first and found a number of interesting kinds of bugs. We also made our own bugs out of tissue paper and pipe cleaners! Then we had some lunch sitting out in the woods. After that, we did some crafts. We went out into the woods and made models like dogs, camps, bow and arrows and swords. Overall, we had a great day but we were very tired by the time we came back to school!

By Harriet and Katy

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to Ryarsh Primary School.

Thank You

It’s been another busy term for us at Ryarsh with lots going on every day and every week. Our teachers and teaching assistants work really hard to think of ways to make learning exciting for our children. I am sure you would like to join me in saying thank you to them for all their dedication and enthusiasm.

Thank you also to parents who offer the school an enviable level of support. It really makes a difference when you take a close interest in your children’s learning and progress.

I hope that everyone enjoys a restful and relaxing Easter break.

 

Ruth Austin

 

 


OFSTED

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.”

Look at the current school lunch menu HERE

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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