Welcome to Ribbleton Avenue Infant School
We are delighted to share the outcome of our latest OFSTED inspection with you. The report highlights the many exemplorary aspects of school life and celebrates the high standard and professionalism of all staff and governors. We are very proud of our report and we will work hard to continue to improve attendance, aiming at the 96% or better target set nationally for school pupils to achieve.
A Welcome from the Head Teacher|
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find any information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.
Each year group has an admission number of 70 pupils. Please contact us to arrange a visit if you are interested in your child joining our school.
Nursery: If you would like a Nursery place the application form is available from the school office. Places are allocated during the Summer Term and parents will be contacted by letter.
Reception: Places are allocated through the Local Authority. Please apply on line at www.lancashire.gov.uk/e-admission. After the start of September the school will inform you if places are available. Please contact us directly.
Year 1 and Year 2: Along with the local schools in the area we run a policy of no pupil movement during term time unless pupils have moved into the area and can no longer feasibly attend their previous school. Please contact the school directly to enquire if a place is available.
We look forward to meeting you!
GYMNASTICS ON PARADE!|
Through the Sports Premium all the children have been receiving weekly Gymnastics Coaching in addition to their PE lessons. The photographs and report from this fantastic afternoon can be found in the Gymnastic section.
Twix and Toby|
Twix and Toby are our school rabbits. Each week one class looks after them by feeding them, changing their water, cleaning their hutch and making sure they have fresh fruit.
Twix and Toby are adopted. They could not be cared for by their original owners and the school council and governors decided that we could provide them a home. They are also twin brothers. They are identical twins but Twix is a little braver than Toby and he has slightly lighter brown ears.
A big thankyou to Miss Smith for all her hard work in helping prepare for us to look after the rabbits and in ensuring that both Toby and Twix are well cared for in school.