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Monday 21st January 2019
  The William Ransom Primary School

'The William Ransom School aims to provide all its pupils with the highest possible educational opportunities. We believe that the best education is the entitlement of every child and this is realised at this School within a structured, disciplined, caring and safe environment where expectations are high.'

Class Work - 2016-2017
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  23 Jul 2017
More photos! The last half term in Ash class!
We really have been busy. There are too many photos to fit in the last post. more>>
  23 Jul 2017
Ahoy there! Pirates and planets aplenty in the last half term in Ash class!
Well we made it through to the end but it sure has been a busy half term. It’s been so busy that I have not managed to post any photos. Sorry, better late than never! more>>
  12 Jul 2017
A bone shaking class assembly from Maple Class
Maple Class shared their knowledge of Skeletons, muscles and nutrition with the rest of the school this morning. more>>
  6 Jul 2017
Maple Class at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Today, Maple class visited the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge to support both their History and Art learning. more>>
  5 Jul 2017
Magnificent Mountains in Maple Class
Maple Class have been learning all about mountains in Geography this term. more>>
  4 Jul 2017
Pizza Perfect!
Today Beech Class received a pizza making master class at Pizza Express in Hitchin. more>>
  27 Jun 2017
Pizza, Pizza, Get Your Pitta Pizza Here!
Not content with making their own pitta pizzas, Beech Class also made the pizza boxes! more>>
  22 Jun 2017
Secondary Transition for Year 6
Today, PHASE visited William Ransom to conduct a workshop with our year six pupils. The aim was to prepare them for their upcoming transition to secondary school. more>>
  6 Jun 2017
Beech class trip to Affinity Water
Gale force winds, unseasonably low June (ha ha) temperatures and horizontal driving rain did not stop Beech class having a great and educational day at Affinity Water in Bushey. more>>
  26 May 2017
Reception visit Shepreth!
To finish off our topic on minibeasts, Reception visited Shepreth to find some (not so mini) minibeasts! We also enjoyed seeing lots of other animals but the bats and the tiger seemed a firm favourite! more>>
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