Primary Schools

Sue Midgley

Welcome to news about our local primary schools. We cover the schools that are actually in Ruislip in detail, but below is a list of the schools in the surrounding area:

Below you will find the most recent articles on primary schools.*

 

Lady Bankes Junior School’s Years 3 and 4 Christmas Assembly

On Wednesday, December 11th. all one hundred and eighty Year 3 and 4 pupils, dressed in Christmas jumpers and sporting antlers, Christmas hats and lots of glitter, performed their amazing Christmas assembly to delighted parents, carers, grandparents and invited guests. The production, directed by Mr G McEnoy with choreography by Miss B Mackerness, was an original interpretation of The […]

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Tree Planting at Lady Bankes Junior School

Local people may be aware that Ruislip Residents’ Association celebrated its centenary in 2019. As part of its celebration it was decided that the Association would plant one hundred trees in Ruislip and Ruislip Manor. Our local schools were asked if they would agree to have a tree planted on their site as part of […]

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Lady Bankes Infant & Nursery School Reception Christmas Concert 2019

It was only December 3rd but surely the audience must have really believed that the Christmas season was now definitely upon us with the Reception’s delightful presentation of the Nativity story! The excited children from the three classes in fantastic costumes filed into the school hall to take their seats on the benches at the […]

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Lady Bankes Junior School’s Year 6 Leavers’ Concert

On Thursday, July 11th the school presented  a wonderfully entertaining show with the great title of Robin Hood and the Sherwood Hoodies. Headteacher, Mrs Kate Needs welcomed the audience and informed them that they were “in for a treat” and she was not wrong!! There was a lively opening to the show as we were introduced to Maid Marion, played […]

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Warrender School’s Year 6 Leavers’ Show

On Wednesday, July 3rd the pupils who will be moving to secondary school in September presented their final show for parents and friends. The title of the show was Rock Bottom named after the Stone Age village where the story was set. The Time Keepers played by Bonnie, Ameera and Josh explained that they were taking the audience back to the year 5000 […]

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