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  • British Science Week at Ranby House

    Published 16/03/23

    This British Science Week, children up and down the country will be exploring the wonders of science, with the theme being 'connections'.

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  • Our Planet: The One Place We All Call Home

    Published 06/03/23

    "Nature is full of thrilling stories. And be prepared to add your own, because you will be among the next characters who can, if they wish, tell the most extraordinary story of all - how human beings in the twenty-first century came to their senses and started to protect Planet Earth and all the other wonderful forms of life with which we share it."

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  • Year 2 takes on Pony Winter Finals

    Published 26/04/22

    Last week Anya, Year 2, headed to Southview Equestrian for the Pony Winter Finals. Anya is no stranger to these competitions with many fantastic successes already. However, with it being such an esteemed competition, Anya was just delighted to have qualified.

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  • Miss Parnell: Welcome to our EYFS Team

    Published 25/02/22

    With interest across both Worksop College and Ranby House growing rapidly, we are thrilled to have Sophie Parnell join our fantastic EYFS team in the Nursery! At the end of her first week at Ranby House, we caught up with Miss Parnell to find out how she was feeling about her new start.

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  • Chinese New Year at Ranby House

    Published 08/02/22

    Last Tuesday was Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year; the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. Here at Ranby House we had a wonderful celebration with Mrs Ma hosting a variety of Chinese activities. 

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  • New Year, New Walk!

    Published 28/01/22

    For so many of us, as we go into a new year, we pledge to spend less time in front of the television, and more time in the great outdoors! Here at Ranby House, we are set amongst sixty acres of beautiful North Notts Woodland - the perfect setting for a winter woodland walk. Here are just a few reasons why these walks are so beneficial, for not only us, but our little ones too.

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  • Worksop and Ranby Christmas Round-Up

    Published 17/12/21

    Although Covid-19 may have altered our usual traditions slightly, Worksop College and Ranby House still managed to pack the final weeks of term with Christmas joy and festive cheer. From our Kindergarten posting letters to Father Christmas, to our Year 13s performing their last ever House song, festivity was celebrated to its fullest by the entire school. In the name of Christmas, we hope to spread some festive cheer by sharing the events of the final days of term.

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  • Ranby House Sing-Off: Who will win?

    Published 28/09/21

    After just a week of rehearsals, students at Ranby House took to the stage to perform renditions of their House songs. 

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  • Rain Before Rainbows at Ranby House

    Published 16/09/21

    Last week, Ranby House had a brilliantly creative week reflecting on Smriti Halls’ beautiful picture book Rain Before Rainbows.

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  • New ‘idyllic’ Nursery opens at Ranby

    Published 13/11/20

    Based in the grounds of Ranby House School’s idyllic 60 acre site in Retford, the Big Yellow Door Nursery will open this Monday 16 November, offering a warm and homely environment for infants aged three months to two years.

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  • Avoid drinking vinegar! Year 5’s eggsperiment yields some interesting results...

    Published 15/10/20

    As part of the topic ‘Teeth’, Year 5 has been investigating which drinks are best to keep teeth healthy. Science teacher Mrs Sullivan runs us through their findings.

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  • A fair and inclusive society: our role

    Published 15/06/20

    In light of the events all over the world, as we witness individuals and communities challenging racism and injustice, it is important that we state our own values, clearly and plainly.

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