Statutory Information

As a local-authority-maintained school we are required by law to publish specific information on our website to comply with The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012 and 2016 and other relevant legislation.

Details on the information that we are required to publish can be found here.

If you cannot find any of the information we are required by law to publish, or think it may be incorrect, incomplete or out of date, then please get in touch with the school immediately so that we will correct this. The school aims to keep this information up to date, complete and fully accessible.

School contact details

William Ransom Primary School
Stuart Drive
Hitchin SG4 9QB

Telephone: 01462 624777

Any queries from parents and other members of the public will be handled by our headteacher Mr Tony Plunkett.

Our Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) co-ordinator (SENDCO) is Mrs Diana Delaney. She can be contacted at

Admission arrangements

See our Admissions page.

Ofsted Reports

Our most recent Ofsted report.

Exam and assessment results

See our Performance page.

Performance tables

See our Performance page.


See our Curriculum page.

Behaviour policy

See our Policies page.

School complaints procedure

See our Policies page.

Pupil Premium

See our Pupil Premium page.

Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium

This is not applicable to our school.

PE and sport premium

See our PE and Sports Premium funding page.

Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disability information

See our Policies page.

Click here for further information.

Careers programme information

This is not applicable to our school.

Equality objectives

See our Policies page.

Governors’ information and duties

See our Governors page.

Charging and remissions policies

See our Policies page.

Financial Information

If you would like more information about the financial position of the school please follow this link

Coronavirus (COVID 19) catch-up premium

The Government awarded schools a grant as a Coronavirus Catch up Premium. This document gives details of how that grant was spend and the impact of the work done.

Values and ethos

At William Ransom, we are committed to providing our children with a safe and nurturing environment that will enable all children to reach their potential, academically physically, socially and emotionally.

Our vision is that every child becomes a confident, self motivated, resilient and independent learner with a life-long zest for learning.

Please also see Our Aims page.