Friday, 18 April 2014

Ryarsh Primary School

Forward thinking for a brighter future

Our Favourite Learning
This week we have been learning about electrical circuits.
By Oliver, Daniella, Santiago and Joshua (Seahorse Class).
OB: We had to work out how to light a lightbulb using a
battery, two wires and a lightbulb.
DC: It was my idea to put all the bits together!
SG: We were really clever because we were the first to do it!
JK: We had to put the bits together so they made a circle. Mr
Skinner said it’s called an electrical circuit.





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Penguin Class Assembly

We were also pleased to welcome the families of children in Penguin class for their class assembly on Thursday. After a term’s learning on the Great Fire of London, they had a lot of new
knowledge to share. We all enjoyed it! After the assembly, Penguin class children really enjoyed taking their families back to the classroom for refreshments and to show off their work (see photo). Class assemblies are a great chance for parents to come into school to see what our children have been up to. We like to give you plenty of notice of these, so the dates for the summer term are as follows:

Koala Class assembly 9.05 Wednesday 21st May
Dolphin class assembly 9.05 Wednesday 25th June
Seahorse class assembly 9.05 Wednesday 2nd July

Ruth Austin

Thank you so much to everyone who sponsored 'The Ryarsh Rockets' in their Sport Relief 6 mile run.

Your generosity helped us to raise an amazing £600!


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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