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  • Learning and Achieving Together

  • Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

  • Learning and Achieving Together

  • Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

  • Learning and Achieving Together

  • Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

  • Learning and Achieving Together

  • Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

MATHS DAY - FRIDAY 27th March 


Today it's all about Maths... 

Have you been on Maths Whizz Everyday?

Are you completing your My Maths challenges? 

White Rose are sharing 5 Maths lessons a week for each year group for you to engage with, just click on the link!



Click to the 'Children' Tab above for access to year group pages as well as links to

Online Reading sessions from authors

Active PE sessions daily and

Home NowPressPlay sessions

If you need ideas for supporting a child with additional needs at home, click here for a support pack

For details on Britannica Learning at home click here

Coronavirus - School Updates:

Please remember the most recent advice states: 

If children can stay safely at home, they should 

That is why the government has asked parents to keep their children at home, wherever possible, and asked schools  

to remain open only for those children who absolutely need to attend.

Key Workers

If you have been identified as a key worker, in need of school support for your children at Richmond, you will receive a text confirming that we are expecting your children from Monday. If you do not receive a text and are expecting one, please contact  

Pupils working from Home: 

Pupils have either taken home or been sent Home learning packs containing work ideas for the coming days and weeks. (you should receive in the next few days if you haven't got one yet) 

Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the links for each phase for more ideas to support learning at home. 

If you or your child has any questions about their work, please email:  

PARENT UPDATE RE: Schools Opening Information and Key Workers (23rd March 2020) 

Please see below a new letter from the CEO regarding updates from SECAT at this time  

Thank you for your ongoing support of the school at this turbulent time. 

Click here for letter --> Parent Letter Monday 23rd March 


Information on Key Worker definitions from the Government can be found at:  




Welcome to the Richmond Avenue Primary School and Nursery website.

At Richmond, we want to provide a purposeful, well-balanced curriculum in an interesting environment, which stimulates learning, encouraging reflective children to have the independence and self-confidence to live and learn, now and in the future. 

Our aim is to create a rich learning environment, enabling every pupil to fulfil his or her potential.

We are committed to the highest possible educational standards, with a matching concern for the personal growth and development of each pupil.


Coronavirus Updates 

If your child has a temperature of 37.8 or over or develops what appears to be a 'new' cough then they will need to isolate for FOURTEEN days along with ALL MEMBERS OF THEIR HOUSEHOLD.

This obviously means not coming into school. Please follow this advice clearly rather than phoning the school to ask our opinion as this is advice which has been given by the Prime Minister himself. The only reason you would need to phone the school would be to inform us of your families initial isolation.