Thank-you for visiting our school website,
Ours is a happy school where children are well cared for, encouraged and supported to achieve their best and develop the skills necessary to be independent learners.
We have recently updated our ICT equipment too with all classes having interactive whiteboards, plenty of laptops and netbooks for the children to use ICT across the curriculum and we have just added some tablets and Kindles which were bought by our "Friends of Ravensdale".
The school is moving from strength to strength with a highly dedicated and skilled staff and a wonderful community of learners, supported by their parents and families.
We have recently had Miller Homes in to help us learn how their homes are built and the dangers that may be around the sites.
You are welcome to come into school and if you have any spare time on your hands, parent/carer volunteers are welcomed too – help with swimming, reading, school trips, art – there's something for everyone! We are always looking for help with fund-raising events, such as fairs and discos.
We also have a growing list of extra-curricular activites to get your child involved in. These include: football, netball, tennis, Magic Maths, art club and tag rugby. There is a choir and we have music teachers that visit to offer private or small group lessons.
We hope you find everything you need to know on this website. If not, please contact the school office and they will find out the answers to any further questions you may have. Your child's time with us should be happy and rewarding and we will endeavour to achieve this for each and every child. We hope to see you around school soon.
New Deputy Headteacher!
We are excited to announce that the Governing Body have appointed Miss Gemma Roe as the new Deputy Headteacher of Ravensdale Junior School. Miss Roe will take up her post at the start of the Autumn term 2016. Over the coming months, Miss Roe will have the opportunity to come into school prior to taking up her appointment in order to get to know staff and pupils and hopefully meet a few parents before officially taking up the post permanently in September.