The Local Authority and the Governors have agreed it is time to formally reduce the Published Admissions Number of Ruislip Gardens from 90 to 60 pupils, and is consulting on this now, to take effect from September 2022 when the maximum Reception intake would be 60, and in each Reception year following. This enables the school to continue to plan staffing and teaching for pupils for the number of classes we have now. This will not change anything for pupils and parents at the school or those living nearby wishing to join the school in future as currently each year group is now below the proposed upper limit of 60. If you wish you can indicate your views on a short on-line survey www.hillingdon.gov.uk/consultation. The proposed change at Ruislip Gardens is Question 4 - and you need to answer the others first to get to it - but can put don't know/ not applicable to get to the last two questions about Ruislip Gardens. If you have any other questions or comments please email admissions@hillingdon.gov.uk.

Ruislip Gardens Primary School

Growing and Achieving Together


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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium Funding is money given to schools from the DfE to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals and their peers. At Ruislip Gardens Pupil Premium funding is continually used to narrow the attainment gap between Pupil Premium children and their peers as well as to accelerate the progress of all Pupil Premium children. In line with the 2015 Disadvantaged Pupils Report we direct resources towards quality first teaching provision and use a range of data and evidence sources to ensure highly skilled staff are deployed where they are most needed. In addition to this Pupil Premium is allocated on a child-by-child basis to ensure that every child is in school punctually, in the correct uniform and able to access the same curricular and extracurricular opportunities as their peers.

Ruislip Gardens is a larger than average primary school. The most significant of our ethnic groups is White British, followed by Indian and White Eastern European. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities who are being supported in school is slightly lower than the national average. The proportion of children entitled to Pupil Premium Funding and Free School Meals is just below the national average. The key barriers for our disadvantaged pupils are attendance, punctuality, SEN, EAL and parental engagement. At Ruislip Gardens we are committed to ensuring all children fulfil their potential and reach for excellence.

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Pupil Premium Funding Expenditure Report 2018/19
Pupil Premium Projected Spend 2019/20
Ruislip Gardens Primary School Service Premium Provision Map

Headteacher's Welcome

As Headteacher I would like to welcome you all to our school. Ruislip Gardens Primary School is a very special place. Visitors comment positively about the school, from the children’s behaviour and their enthusiasm to the staffs ongoing commitment and dedication. We understand the power of education and take very seriously our duty to give your children the best start in life. I am personally very proud to be a member of this community.

The school recognises the value and uniqueness of each individual child and adult at Ruislip Gardens. We celebrate the talents and gifts of each child and enable them to develop to their full potential spiritually, morally, academically, socially and physically.

Our shared vision “Growing and Achieving Together” underpins all we believe in. Our core values

  • Providing a safe and nurturing environment
  • Establishing lifelong values
  • Developing confident and independent learners
  • Inspiring excellence
  • Enabling everyone to succeed

show how Ruislip Gardens is dedicated to ensuring we help all our children become successful and happy young people. Their learning and personal development are our driving force.

With support and advice from all our stakeholders we were able to develop Ruislip Gardens 4 Life-long Values:

  • Resilience
  • Responsibility
  • Respect
  • Reflection

Each value has a definition, which you can read in the vision and values
section of the website.

I would like to extend an invitation to you to visit our school if you have
not already, where you are guaranteed a warm welcome. Finally I would
like to thank you for your continued support and for trusting us with the
privilege of educating your precious children.

Miss N Bulpett

Headteacher

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