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Welcome to Raynville Primary School

Welcome to the Raynville Primary School website. We work hard to provide our children with the best opportunities to learn and enjoy their time with us. We are in the heart of the Bramley community and work closely with other local schools.

We are an inclusive school where all children are welcomed, regardless of their current ability or background.  We believe all children should be able to learn together in a stimulating environment, and be inspired to give of their best.  We celebrate the richness of our children’s identities, be it their talents and interests, their gender, cultural or ethnic heritage, language or additional needs.

We have a strong sense of community at Raynville and are very proud of our friendly, positive ethos. This was recognised by Ofsted when they last visited us in 2017. Ofsted officially recognises Raynville Primary as a good anf improving school, read on to find out what they had to say about our school...;

"Children achieve outstandingly well in the early years. The stimulating learning opportunities in the Nursery and Reception years now equip children very well indeed for work in Year 1."

"Pupils are safe and well looked after in the school. They successfully benefit spiritually, morally, socially and culturally from the wide array of visits and experiences."

"Pupils attend regularly and behave well. They show positive attitudes towards their learning."

"The physical education and sport premium funding is used exceptionally well to develop pupils’ awareness of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle"

"The use of additional funding is also effective in enhancing the learning of pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds"

"The headteacher is ambitious for all pupils. His high expectations are rapidly driving improvements. They ensure that pupils achieve well from their starting points."