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 Primary School’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration

On Thursday May 26th Lady Bankes Primary School held an event to celebrate HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The event was organised by FOLBA (Friends of Lady Bankes Association) and took place on the field from 3.00pm to 5.00pm. FOLBA is made up of parents of pupils of the school, staff and members of the […]

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A New Head Teacher for Bishop Winnington-Ingram C of E Primary School

Following the retirement of Mrs Gill Westbrook in July 2020, the Governors have appointed Mrs Rachel Blake as the new Head Teacher from September 2020. Mrs Blake is an experienced Head Teacher, who previously held that post at Whiteheath Nursery and Infant School. For her the wheel has come full circle as Mrs Blake began her career in teaching […]

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Tree Planting At Whiteheath Junior School

As part of the Ruislip Residents’ Association’s centenary celebrations another tree planting ceremony was held in the grounds of Whiteheath Junior School on Friday, February 7th. Members of the Association attending included Mr Graham Bartram, Chairman, Mr Brian Cowley, President, Mrs Joan Davis, Vice President , members of the Centennial Sub-Committee and Mr Jim Edgecombe, Chair of Whiteheath School’s Governing […]

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Tree Planting At Warrender Primary School

On Friday, January 31st, as part of the Association’s centennial celebrations, another oak sapling was planted in the grounds of Warrender Primary School. The tree will be a feature in what will become a sensory and memorial garden and  will also serve as an outdoor classroom in the future. An oak sapling is particularly appropriate […]

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Tree Planting At Sacred Heart R.C. Primary School

On Friday, January 24th., as part of our project to plant one hundred trees to celebrate the Association’s centenary, an oak sapling was planted on the school site. This ceremony followed the planting of the first tree last month which was attended by the Mayor of Hillingdon. Ms T McManus, Headteacher, had kindly consented to […]

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