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We also have a Headteacher's Award for some extra special work


We love to link our work to our Christian Values and our Distinctive Methodist Culture.

" our own languages we hear them speaking about God’s deeds of power."

(v. 11)

Acts 2:1-21

They are under the following headings:

Cultural-Children are encouraged to understand and appreciate the wide range of cultural influences that have shaped their own heritage and that of others.


Moral-We look for ways to build in our Moral Purpose and promotion of courageous acts that will make the world a better place.


Social-Children actively participate in a variety of communities and social groups developing their ability to cooperate well with others and encouraging them to be able to resolve conflicts effectively.


Spiritual-The work we do built around our spiritual beliefs, values and faiths

Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven | Lyrics | Jubilee massed choir

Our wonderful RAMJS pupils joined schools, choirs and Methodist churches across the country to sing this very special hymn, believed to be her favourite, for the Queen on her Platinum Jubilee.

Let's Go Sing 2022 at Ewood Park with 4200 other children from school across Lancashire.

World Book Day Winners- Best Dressed 2022

World Book Day 2022

How beautiful is our whole school Remembrance display? It has taken centre stage in our school corridor as our wonderful children have worked hard to show their Respect for those brave and Courageous people who gave their lives so that we can live ours!



Look at our Year 3 pupils learning French!

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15.10.2021 - Science

15.10.2021 - Outdoor Learning



Well what a busy day it has been at RAMJS today! Year 3 have been doing PE, year 4 have been learning about Hindu Dharma, Year 5 have been doing some role play and year 6 have been carrying out some science experiments. Children in the heart room have been having their play doh session with Mrs Tugwell- the children should hopefully be very tired out for you this evening!












4R have been reading The Boy Who Biked The World in class. Today the author, Alastair Humphreys, responded to their questions! We are very grateful to him for taking the time to answer our questions. Thank you so much Alastair Humphreys

We made it to The Guiness World Records thanks to some fantastic artwork from our pupils.  Well done RAMJS!

Jewish New Year 2021

Let's Go Sing! Virtual Concert - 2021 (B Schools)

This Let's Go Sing Online Concert video features children from the following Lancashire Primary Schools:Accrington Huncoat Primary School, AccringtonBalderst...

Whole School work on Islam

Wonderful Weaving in Year 5

Our Y6 Aspirations

Pop Art from Y3-Y6

Roman Poems in Year 4

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Year 4 studied adverbs and adverbial phrases in English. We then used our knowledge of The Romans to create our own Roman Poems using this exciting language.

Angles in Action with Mr Moran

Roman Purses

Working with our PCSO to raise awareness of the dangers of knife crime

Science Day

Easter Egg Competition

World Book Day 2021

Introducing Wesley, our School Mascot

Sir Tom

A RAMJS Christmas

A Rainbow of Hope

Diwali was celebrated in school in a special assembly

Mental Health Day