Starting School

Raynville is a two-form entry community primary school. This means the number of children that can be admitted into Reception is 60.

A temporary increase in admission number was agreed with the Local Authority for academic years 2014/15 and 2015/16. This was to accommodate a bulge in pupils of reception age in the Bramley area. These two-year groups have an admission limit of 75.

Please use the links below to view the relevant admissions information.

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If you would like to apply for a place at Raynville, please contact the office

Phone: 0113 257 9590



The Raynville Primary School uniform is:

white polo shirt
grey trousers / skirt / pinafore dress (not jogging bottoms or leggings)
red cardigan / jumper with or without the school logo

summer wear:
white polo shirt
grey shorts / trousers
red and white checked dress

For your convenience and to meet with demand and availability, all uniform with our school logo can be purchased from Uniformity in Farsley. Plain red cardigans and jumpers can be purchased from chain stores/supermarkets. Children are not allowed to wear inappropriately revealing clothing or football/rugby team shirts or hoodies in school.

No jewellery is to be worn to school (very small studs for children with pierced ears are acceptable). Watches are acceptable at your own risk.

Shoes worn to school need to be without a heel and to have a back to them, e.g. no flip flops. If possible these should be black/ a smart, dark colour.

Children are encouraged to wear hats (named) in hot weather.

Children need a plain white t-shirt & black shorts for PE and a tracksuit for outdoor sessions.

All clothes must be named. We make every effort to help children look after their things but we are not able to accept responsibility for lost property. There is a lost property container in each building. Unclaimed property will be disposed of at the end of each term.

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