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Monday 25th September 2017
 
  The William Ransom Primary School

'The William Ransom School aims to provide all its pupils with the highest possible educational opportunities. We believe that the best education is the entitlement of every child and this is realised at this School within a structured, disciplined, caring and safe environment where expectations are high.'
 




School Trips
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  25 May 2017
Horrible Histories: The Best of Barmy Britain
On Wednesday Years 1 – 5 travelled to Letchworth by train to go to the Broadway Theatre to see ‘Horrible Histories: The Best of Barmy Britain’. more>>
     
  27 May 2016
Our final day in Wales
Where has the week gone? Suddenly we are at Thursday evening; we've climbed mountains, jumped rivers, visited castles, played football on the beach and eaten ice creams! more>>
     
  26 May 2016
Latest Tales from Wales
Today was amazing and many of the children achieved something they never dreamed possible! more>>
     
  25 May 2016
Chair of Governors blog from North Wales
Tuesday morning and we woke to beautiful sunshine. Well, not all the children actually woke up at 7.30pm, some needed a little persuasion to get out of bed. A sign of a very tiring but thoroughly enjoyable day yesterday walking up Snowdon. more>>
     
  23 May 2016
Headteacher's Blog from Wales 1
Well here I am again, sitting in a beautiful mansion house late in the evening with 39 year 6 pupils as asleep somewhere above me! more>>
     
  21 May 2015
The Final Welsh Blog!
Suddenly we have reached the end of another School Journey! more>>
     
  21 May 2015
Blog from Wales by the Chair of Governors
Hello from sunny Wales. Looking at the forecast at the start of the week, I didn't think I'd be saying that! We've really been very lucky with the weather so far and tomorrow is looking good as well for our trip to Harlech castle and the beach. more>>
     
  20 May 2015
More Tales from Wales!
Goodness me, what a day we have had! The day dawned slightly better than other mornings which meant we were set fair for our walk up over the mountain. more>>
     
  19 May 2015
More News from Wales
Goodness me! How lucky were we with the weather? All of the forecasts were indicating that today was to be our worst day for weather but in reality we hardly got any rain at all! more>>
     
  18 May 2015
Year 6 arrive in North Wales
Returning to Tan-y-Bwlch for the 14th year is like coming home! more>>
     
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