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Sunday 24th June 2018
 
  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.'
 




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  3 May 2018
Girls Win Wix County Cup
The William Ransom Primary School completed the cup double this week, as the Girls’ football team won a thrilling County Final. more>>
     
  26 Apr 2018
Maple Class Assembly
Maple class had their class assembly recently and were able to share their knowledge about South Africa. more>>
     
  17 Apr 2018
Information from Mrs Driver
Welcome back! ​It wasn’t the sunniest of Easter breaks was it? Still, I hope you have all had a lovely time! more>>
     
  29 Mar 2018
Information from Mrs Driver
Suddenly we have reached the end of another term and the Easter break is upon us! more>>
     
  19 Mar 2018
Quiz and Curry Night - thank you!
Happy Monday to you all! I can't think of a better way to start the week than by saying a massive 'Thank You' to everyone that attended our Quiz and Curry Night on Friday! more>>
     
  15 Mar 2018
British Science Week Waste and Recycling Assembly
As part of British Science Week, today's assembly was hosted by Monika from Amey and focused on waste and recycling. more>>
     
  9 Mar 2018
Information from Mrs Driver
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE think about the speed you are driving down Wymondley Road, round into Halsey Drive and then into Stuart Drive. more>>
     
  6 Mar 2018
World Book Day Fun!!
World Book Day is one of our favourite days at William Ransom! more>>
     
  6 Mar 2018
Jungle Bungle comes to William Ransom!
To kick start our activities for World Book Day we were treated to a West End performance of Jungle Bungle! more>>
     
  23 Feb 2018
A group of Year 6 Writers met a local author
A group of keen Year 6 Writers met local author, Zoe Filbigg, and listened to a talk and participated in a workshop. more>>
     
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