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Hello and welcome to the first governor blog of the Raglan 2019-20 school year – or any Raglan school year, for that matter. And hopefully not the last.  So why a governor blog? At our recent board meeting, it was suggested that parents might want to hear more about the role of the governing body and […]

On Sunday 6th October we had an Environment Day at Raglan.  Thank you to all the parents, families, friends and staff who came to help on the day. Everyone mucked in and we were able to achieve and improve the school grounds  and Forest school area, thankfully the weather held!  We plan to try to have […]

It was lovely to see everyone at our Reading Breakfasts last year! The first Reading Breakfast of this year will take place next week, the week of 9th September – 13th September 2019. Friday 13th September is Roald Dahl Day, which celebrates Roald Dahl’s birthday! At Raglan, we have decided to celebrate some of our […]

The Nursery children were fascinated to care for the eggs in the incubator and watch as they began to hatch. Each day they would come into nursery and head for the Incubator to see any changes. Once they had hatched and were to ready to move on, they were placed in the larger holding box. […]

Monday 29th April 2019 Raglan Loves Mathematics! Come along and join in the fun We would like to invite children and parents into school from 8:30am in the Middle Hall, (outside the Year 3 and 4 classrooms) to spend some quality time problem solving, exploring reasoning questions while continuing to develop their fluency of number. […]

TikTok is a global video community where users create, share and discover ‘funny and memorable moments’ via short video clips – typically about 15 seconds long. Videos can be ‘spiced up’ with special effect filters, stickers, music and sound clips. Currently one of the world’s most popular apps, TikTok was formerly known as Musical.ly, before it was […]

This time could be your time! Your chance to be a star! Raglan is to hold its twelfth ‘R’ factor talent competition. Every class is to hold its own talent afternoon sometime during the week commencing 18th March. You might want to sing, dance, tell jokes, juggle, gymnastics, times tables, tongue twisters, magic tricks or […]

What you need to know about the ‘Momo Challenge’ Given recent media coverage of the “Momo Challenge” it’s likely that you or children in your school community have heard about Momo. While this may not be totally ‘fake news’ this is definitely exaggerated news.  We’ve released a short video into the Safer Schools App today, which will appear to Staff, […]

Free Reading App –finishes on Sunday 10th March! ‘Teach Your Monster to Read’ is an award-winning phonics and reading game that’s helped millions of children learn to read. This is a fantastic and fun game, which is free across all app stores but the offer finishes on Sunday! Once you have downloaded it, please ask […]