The Bee Project

Newsletter last term, the School participated in The Bee Project.   A giant bee was created by Miss Jeacott and our Juniors, and it was donated to the Hazel Grove Allotment Society for their Bug Hunt last Sunday 3rd September. This article was published in the Inside...

World Book Day

Pupils and staff all enjoyed World Book Day at Ramillies Hall. The junior pupils and staff all looked fantastic in their costumes – we were so impressed with their efforts and ingenuity! The Junior pupils went to Preschool to talk to the children about their...

Manchester United

With our Head of Sport Mr Mather being a big City fan we never thought we would see the day when our pupils would have the opportunity to visit Old Trafford to watch a United match. On 10th January, eight Y10 & Y11 pupils went to watch MUFC V Hull City. All the...

Real Junk Food Project Manchester

Cate Bauer and Nikki Pope kindly arranged for the team from the Real Junk Food Project Manchester to come in and cook a Christmas Feast for our pupils and staff. The project’s head chef Mary-Ellen McTague has appeared on two series of the BBC’s ‘The Great British...

Design and Technology

Junior and Key Stage 3 Pupils at Ramillies Hall were challenged in D&T this week to work in small teams to design and build a bridge, entirely of paper, to span a 1M gap and to support a minimum of 1 D&T sketchbook, with an aim of supporting 10. And they only...

Junior School

Our curriculum is carefully tailored to ensure we meet the needs of our pupils within a small school environment. We treat every child as an individual. We believe that it is important to use different teaching techniques in order to achieve the best for our pupils....