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  • Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

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  • 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

Bubble News - 10th July 2020

Take a look at some of the fantastic work our Bubbles have produced this week.

Click here to view the full bubble news for the school.






Daily Challenge - Thursday 9th July

Can you complete the Scavenger hunt?


Daily Challenge - Wednesday 8th July

A challenge today to help with the environment


Daily Challenge - Tuesday 7th July

Send a hug to someone special and make their day.

W.B. MONDAY 6th July 2020 

The weekly learning tasks have been updated 

Click on the 'Children' Tab then select your child's phase / year group to find their tasks for the week. 

In addition, go to the 'Daily Challenges' Tab or the School App  to see what other activities have been set


Daily Challenge - Monday 6th July

A game of nature hunt bingo for you to enjoy today


CEO Update - 3rd July 2020 

Dear Parents and Carers, 
If you have been following the national news, you will know that yesterday the Department for Education released its “Guidance for full opening – schools”. 
Sections of the guidance had been previously leaked, so some elements come as no surprise. Other aspects of the guidance have been very selectively reported: this has not always been helpful. It is, of course, highly likely that this guidance will be altered or supplemented before the Autumn. Local conditions may also necessitate additional constraints, as has been the case in Leicester – let us hope not. 
The full 35 pages are publicly available. I and your child’s headteachers, read them very closely, paying careful attention to what schools ‘must’ do (requirements) as distinct from ways in which schools ‘might’ achieve it (guidance). 
Our duty continues to be to ensure the requirement that ‘Schools must do everything possible to minimise contacts and mixing while delivering a broad and balanced curriculum’. There are many different ways that might be achieved and headteachers have discussed this at length with me and amongst themselves. 
For now, we will continue to plan for as normal a delivery of the school provision as possible, albeit adapted to suit the needs of the your children and to concentrate on ensuring the focus is on the mental health and well-being of the children and staff.  
Staff, in due course, will be involved in what will become the offer for September and in the organisation of this offer. The headteachers have also already begun work on further risk assessments in line with the DfE document. 
As well as this, we will be developing a contingency plan that allows us to adapt, at short notice, should a local lockdown become necessary. Again, this will be shared with you when it is worked through.  
I would ask for your further patience at this point because, as mentioned above, the guidance will undoubtedly change again before the end of the summer. The headteachers and I do not intend finalising these exact details until all the details are known and this could well be at the beginning of the autumn term. You will, I am sure, appreciate that we have already had to put together numerous plans and alter them as has been necessary to date. I do not consider it helpful to publish and then withdraw even more proposals one after another.

Throughout this unprecedented period, we have asked that staff all fully continue to fulfil their normal professional duties: as a team, they have been and continue to be superb.  You and your children have been overwhelmingly impressed and appreciative and have told staff, headteachers and indeed me, on numerous occasions. None more so than when staff have used the precious time they have available to make your children’s learning at school and at home as interesting and exciting as possible.  
You too have told us how much you have enjoyed working with and supporting your children throughout this time. Both of these aspects must be the real bonuses of this difficult and challenging period.   
Your headteachers and I will be in touch again in the very near future with appropriate updates and, as always, if you have any queries or questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher initially.  
Wishing you and your family good health and continued safety at this time.  
Kind regards  
Ruth Brock | Chief Executive Officer 

Bubble News - 3rd July 2020

Take a look at some of the fantastic work our Bubbles have produced this week.

Click here to view the full bubble News for the school


Reports - 1st July 

School reports are coming out today. If children are on site, they will go home 

in person, otherwise they are being posted and will be with you in the coming days. 

Further letters and information will be coming out in the coming weeks regarding transition and new classes / teachers for the new academic year.


Friday 26th June - Year 6 update letter 

Please click here to read a further update on the provision for Year 6 in the coming weeks 


Tuesday 23rd June 2020 

Please click here to read an important update letter from SECAT on the leadership of Richmond School moving forwards 

Please click here to read a letter from Mrs Hughes 


The new school app is live, download

Piota Schools

from the Apple Store / Google Play 


W.B. MONDAY 22nd June 2020 

The weekly learning tasks have been updated 

Click on the 'Children' Tab then select your child's phase / year group to find their tasks for the week. 

In addition, go to the 'Daily Challenges' Tab or the  School Facebook Page  to see what other activities have been set

Bubble News

This week, we have even more bubbles working hard and being creative

To see the whole document click here but some extracts are below 



   Parent Information on reopening 

Please click here to read the detailed information letter regarding reopening in June 

Please click here to read information on home learning 

Letter from SECAT Trustees - 28th May 2020 

Please click here for an update letter 

CEO UPDATE - Thursday 28th May 2020 

Please click here for an update letter from the CEO regarding the Leadership of the school

moving forwards into the Autumn Term 

Update from the CEO re: Phased return of pupils 

Please remember to go to the Coronavirus Updates page and Letters Home pages for all update letters 

Please click here for a staffing update from Richmond 


Remember that wellbeing matters for all right now... 

For younger children, visit Hungry Minds for ideas and activities to do at home with your children.

Everyday, there will be BBC lessons online 


Just go to: 

Coronavirus - School Updates:

The school is currently working to prepare for the possible re-opening of the school for more pupils in June. To see the guidance that the school is following to do this, please go to the government website: 

Free School Meals

Could your child and the school be missing out on vital additional funding during this already difficult time?

Due to the current climate and probability that some households may have unfortunately lost their income or be on a considerably reduced income, we thought it was a good time to check if your child may now qualify for FSM. If you are in receipt of any of the benefits listed you may be eligible to help with the cost of food for your child, while the school is closed through free school meal vouchers. The school would receive additional funding for your child to provide extra support and resources and help with the cost of food

Click here to read the letter and check 

        Home Learning Activities 

The phase pages and year group home-learning activity lists are updated WEEKLY (each monday)

Go to the children's tab and click on your phase / year group for new home learning ideas. 


To help children understand the coronavirus, click here to read and share a children's guide to the virus 

For todays challenges, head to the 'Daily Challenge' page of this website 

For a TTRockstars Battle: Login to and have fun taking part 

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

Pupils working from Home: 

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:  




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.