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An archive of news stories from Randal Cremer Primary School

Latest Attendance Newsletter

Please read this half term’s Attendance Newsletter for the latest news and information on attendance and punctuality. Attendance Newsletter – Spring 1 (Issue 3)   Previous issues can be found on our Attendance page, under Our School.

Our Amazing Team!

Last week, our Senior Finance Officer, Christine Day received a special award from Bethnal Green Swimming club in recognition for the 20 years she has been volunteering. Congratulations.

Funding Cuts Petition

There is a new parent-led campaign opposing cuts to Education funding. The campaign supports the idea of a review of the national funding formula and agrees that historic imbalances in funding need to be addressed. We have been asked to share the following links with…

After School Clubs

Please click on the link below to view this term’s after school club timetable. Spring Term Timetable If you are interested in signing your child up to one of our after school clubs, please click here to find out some more information.

No Pen Day

On Wednesday 18th January Randal Cremer had a “No Pen Day”. Children had a lot of fun taking part in different activities and got creative whilst learning in new ways.   More pictures to follow…

Christmas Celebrations

The last couple of weeks have been very busy at Randal Cremer! Our festive season kicked off with KS2’s Christmas has the X-Factor performance followed by KS1’s nativity play and Christmas carols at St. Chad’s church. We then enjoyed a delicious Christmas lunch and held our…

Gifts From The Bridge Academy

Children from nursery were very excited when they received some early Christmas gifts from The Bridge Academy! Pupils from the the academy designed and made stockings (all handmade) and filled them with goodies! We’d like to say a huge thank you to the pupils and…

Year 5 Kench Hill Trip

Children enjoyed their time at Kench Hill learning about orienteering, gardening, team work, shelter building and how to bake bread. We went hiking in the forest for hours and we also sat by the camp fire telling stories. Lorah-Kate Thompson – Year 5 Teacher