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How can I prepare my child for returning to school?

Teachers will be updating their class pages on our website here.  Please do take a look with your child/ children to see who their teacher will be and what their classroom will look like.


What will be done to support my child secure any missed learning?

Whilst many children made progress last year, some may not be where we would usually expect them to be because of the disruption to their learning.  Teachers are very skilled at working out what children can and cannot yet do.  They are also highly skilled at identifying needs and planning lessons and activities to meet them. Some children may need additional tuition in small groups or on a 1:1 basis and this will be planned, as needed.


My child has special needs; will they still receive extra support?

Yes. Teachers, teaching assistants, in-school specialist staff and external professionals will all be deployed as normal to support children with SEND. If you have any concerns, please contact your child’s teacher or Miss Last (SENDCo/ Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead) by email.  We have set up a dedicated email address for parents with SEND queries 


Will my child be issued with reading books?

Yes - the library will re-open.


Will my child be given learning to do at home?

  • Children will be encouraged to read at home; and complete Times Tables Rock Stars and other online platforms like Learning village (if appropriate).
  • Teachers will begin to provide homework over the autumn term, appropriate to the age and needs of the children.


Will children be swimming?

  • Yes – we hope to resume swimming for children in years 5 and 6.


Before and After School Clubs & Extracurricular Activities

Extra-curricular clubs like Hip-hop club will restart in September and we are working with other organisations to look at running more sports clubs for the children this year.


Unfortunately Premier Education is no longer able to provide before and after school provision at Ranelagh, due to lack of uptake from families.  We will continue to look at other options.