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  • Welcome to Ravenscroft Primary School


Ravenscroft Primary School is a very special school where we combine outstanding standards of educational attainment (ranking with the highest attaining primary schools in the country) with a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities.  We encourage our pupils to see themselves not just as being part of, and contributing to, our school community but to London, their city.

Ravenscroft is growing rapidly – we are now a three form entry school with a provision for children with autism. We are proud of all our pupils and they are proud of our school.  Many of our pupils are with us from Nursery to Y6 but we warmly welcome the pupils who join us at different stages in their school career.

We place great emphasis on supporting our pupils to develop their resilience and on encouraging them to become aspirational.  Our motto is at the heart of everything we do in school and we expect our pupils to explore, achieve, and fly!

Simon Bond
Head Teacher




 Pre-School Playgroups


*UPDATE - Playgroups will not be taking place until further notice.*


We provide free Pre-School Playgroups here at Ravenscroft.

The playgroups are on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 9am - 10am - please click here for more information.






The playgroups operate on a first come first served basis and have the following spaces available:

Monday & Wednesday - 15 spaces

Friday - 10 spaces 



Faith in Schools Fundraising Disco


Faith in Schools is a charity who provide schools across Newham with free R.E. lessons in line with the curruiculum. 

In order for them to continue their work this academic year, they are holding a number of events to help raise money.  The next event will be a 70/80's themed Disco on the 7th October at the Swift Hall, Barking Road, E13 8AL.

Fancy dress is optional and street parking is available.

 If you would like to buy a ticket, please contact:







Newham & Essex Beagles Athletics Coaching


Interested in atheletics?  Newham & Essex Beagles Academy are offering an introduction to Track & Field events at the the London Marathon Community Track in Stratford.

For more information, please click here.




Bike Skills Workshops - British Cycling & City Acadamies


Do you have a child aged 7-14 who wants to learn how to ride faster, do a wheelie or even become a future Olympic champion?

If so, click here for information and links to register for a cycling workshop which is being held every Tuesday at the City Hub in Plaistow Park from Tuesday 13th June.




Activity Sessions for Children with Disabilities


ActiveNewham are delivering weekly activity sessions for Primary school children with disabilities.   This includes weekly sensory tennis sessions for children with complex needs and weekly football sessions for children with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

All sessions are free to access.


For more information and if you wish to book a place, please click on the links below:


Tennis sessions

Football sessions



Parent Connect Newsletter


Please click here for the latest newsletter from Newham's Parent Connect.  They have information on many different workshops, support groups, sports clubs and coffee mornings.  




Newham Futsal Club


Newham Futsal Club are running clubs in Rokeby School for children in Years 1 & 2 and Years 3 - 6.


Please click here for information for Years 1 & 2.

Please click here for information for Years 3 - 6.



Saturday Sports Club


Please click here for information on Rokeby School's Saturday Sports Club.



 London Fire Brigade Visit - Free Smoke Alarm and Advice on Home Safety


Years 2 and 5 had a visit from the Fire Brigade this March to talk about Fire Safety in our homes.  The children learned that they offer free advice and a free smoke alarm fitted by LFB.


If you would like more information on this offer, please click here.



Information for Reception Parents - NELI Letter


Please click here to access the NELI letter which has been given to parents with children in our Reception classes.



Relationship and Health Education - RHE



Please click here for information on our RHE policy, curriculum and for an FAQ document.


Pupils of key workers paint a "Thank-you" picture for all NHS staff.  May 2020.

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