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Ringmer Primary School
Harrisons Lane, Ringmer, BN8 5LL Lewes
+44 (0)1273 812463

Our school is situated on the eastern edge of the village of Ringmer. The school was built in 1971 and extended in 1992.For those who do not know the area, Ringmer village is a few miles east of the county town of Lewes. Just to the south of us is the world renowned Glyndebourne Opera House which employs a number of the parents. The school adjoins Ringmer Community College which the majority of our pupils go on to attend for their secondary education.
Click here for the
Ringmer village website

Aims of the school

  • To stimulate curiosity, imagination and a desire to investigate and to learn.
  • To help children towards a greater understanding of, and respect for, the world in which we live.
  • To nurture the development of those skills which will enable children to gain personal autonomy and become full and active participants of the community.
  • To encourage the growth of self discipline, responsibilty, respect for individual and group differences, and consideration and courtesy to others.


Our school is a county primary school for girls and boys between the ages of 4+ and 11+, with approximately 255 children on roll.
Normally the school has a separate class for each year although occasionally classes have been aggregated depending on the size of year. This is only done when the resulting class has a good balance of ages and sexes and care is taken to ensure that a broad range of abilities is fully accomodated.



  Morning Afternoon
Infants 09.05 - 12.00 13.00 - 15.05
Juniors 0900 - 12.15 13.00 - 15.15

Term Dates

Term 1
5 September Children return to school
20 October Last day of term
Term 2
30 October INSET day
31 October Children return to school
20 December Last day of term

Walking Bus

We have started a walking bus service on Thursdays and Fridays starting at Greenacres Drive. You must register your child with the service before they may begin to use it. More volunteers to help supervise the bus are always required. 
A meeting is planned in autumn 2006 to review how the bus has worked so far and put together a new supervisor rota. Our thanks to Jayne Townsend (812425) for all the work she has put into organising the walking bus .

After School Clubs

  • Rascals
    Monday to Thursday after school care, Click here for details 
  • Dance 
    See Clare or Kath Lees
  • Karate
    Currently held on Thursday afternoons,

School Lunch
£1.45 Payable each day that a meal is required, this may not be paid in advance.
menu details available on


A Special thank you to Mrs Vacher for the artwork

The school requires all children to wear the school uniform. Parents may make their own arrangements to purchase clothing that conforms to the school colours or may buy items from the HSA uniform shop. This is open after school on Wednesday afternoons in the infants' large activity area (opposite the sandpit).

No jewellery except for stud earrings which should be removed or covered up in all PE lessons.
Watches may be worn but should be removed for PE lessons
Long or shoulder length hair must be tied back during school time.
Nail varnish may not be worn.

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