Pupils at Radcliffe Hall Primary School
Pupils at Radcliffe Hall Primary School
Pupils at Radcliffe Hall Primary School
Pupils at Radcliffe Hall Primary School
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Important Notice

We are thrilled to share with you the fantastic news regarding our recent Ofsted inspection. It is with immense joy and pride that we announce Radcliffe Hall CE/Methodist Primary School has been graded as a 'Good' school by Ofsted. 

The full report can be accessed here: ofsted-report.pdf (radcliffehallschool.co.uk)

While we celebrate this 'Good' rating, we are also committed to ongoing improvement and growth. We will continue to work collaboratively to ensure that Radcliffe Hall provides the best possible education as we move towards our ultimate goal of securing an outstanding judgement

Welcome to

Radcliffe Hall CE/Methodist Primary School

Interim Headteacher - Mrs E Cook

Mrs E Cook

Interim Headteacher

We are very proud to welcome you to the Radcliffe Hall Primary School website, where we hope you find a range of information about school life. This website has been designed to give you information about the school in a form that we hope you will find accessible and will answer the types of questions that you, as a parent, will have, whether you already have children in the school or are thinking of sending your child to Radcliffe Hall Primary School.

Our aim is to give our pupils the most positive and successful educational experience possible to enable them to reach their full potential, underpinned by our Christian values. We often say 'love comes first', and that is a line played out by children and adults alike. In our most recent SIAMS report we were delighted to be identified as a GOOD school (October 2021). We encourage high expectations and work towards maximum progress for each and every-one of our pupils.

Whilst our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum we offer a wide and exciting curriculum which aims to be engaging and stimulating for all our pupils. We encourage pupils to develop a love of learning, independence and resilience to prepare them for when they move to their next stages of education.

We believe that our links with both the local Methodist and Parish Church enable the children to understand the Christian values that we have identified to be important in our school community. We also ensure children are aware of and respect other beliefs within our multi-cultural school, community and society. Through these links children also realise a sense of worth, belonging and team spirit.

We know children make the best progress when school and parents work together. We have regular meetings with parents to discuss progress, send termly curriculum overviews and regular newsletters to help keep families informed.

To find out more, come and see for yourself. We will be delighted to welcome you.

‘Let all that you do be done in love’

1 Cor 16:14

May 2024 Newsletter

Posted on 15th May 2024

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Please remember to check our calendar for any important updates.



New Nursery & Reception Stap & Play session 09:30

Wednesday 17th Jul 2024



Y6 Leavers Assembly 1.30pm School Closes 2:30pm (time tbc)

Friday 19th Jul 2024



School Re-Opens

Wednesday 4th Sep 2024



Individual School Photo Day

Monday 16th Sep 2024

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