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 Music Concert

The school held its annual Music Concert on Thursday, June 20th in the school hall. The performers included a wide range of children, including those who have private music lessons as well as those who are taught by the school’s group of dedicated peripatetic music teachers. The evening began with a welcome to the audience […]

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Lady Bankes Junior School’s Christmas Concerts

The first of the school’s two Christmas shows was presented by Year 3 & 4 pupils. The age-old story of Jesus’ birth was the same but with a respectful injection of amusing lines spoken by some of the main characters which kept the audience entertained throughout. The concert opened with Year 3 pupils singing The First Noel with […]

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Christmas Comes to Lady Bankes Infant & Nursery School

The Nursery Christmas Show was held in the Nursery Classroom which had been rearranged with a stage and seating for the audience. Mrs Cowley, Nursery Teacher, felt that this would be less daunting for the three year old children than performing on the stage of the school hall. As they entered some were pleased to see their mums, […]

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Bishop Winnington-Ingram’s Nursery Class Perform A Christmas Poem

On Thursday, December 20th Rainbows Class, a class of three year old children, performed their delightful Christmas Poem. The Poem, read beautifully by Mrs Michael, Nursery Teacher, tells the story of the first Christmas. The children acted out the parts of the story from the announcement to Mary that she was to give birth to a baby called Jesus, the […]

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Bishop Winnington-Ingram’s Fiftieth Anniversary

During the week beginning July 9th. BWI celebrated fifty years on their present site in Southcote Rise. In 1968 the school moved from Eastcote Road to their brand new building. Mrs S Johnston, Deputy Headteacher, had unearthed an old video of the school being built and its opening day showing pupils entering through the gates. […]

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