At Ropley School we have six classes. Our class names reflect our history and the legend that William of Conqueror used honey from Ropley to make his mead, which gives us a good historical basis for the name choice. Not only that, but we have a swarm of protected honey bees living in the wall of the original building. Our school badge is in the shape of a hexagon which is also the shape of a honeycomb!
Bees are organised, industrious and work together as a team. They work together for the benefit of the whole community and know that they are stronger together than alone. Values which we embrace at Ropley school.
Please click on the links to see what each class has been doing.