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An archive of news stories from Randal Cremer Primary School

Hoxton Hall Performance

Children from year 5 and 6 worked on a special project with Hoxton Hall to create a performance based on immigration. On Tuesday they got to perform for their friends and family at Hoxton Hall’s professional theater.


A huge well done to Dalston Junction and Rotherhithe for achieving 100% attendance for the whole of last week! Please see the Attendance League below to see how all classes scored last week. Attendance League – 07.11.16  


This week Surrey Quays have been working hard at IntoUniversity and have created some fantastic shape structures during an architecture workshop and have begun a preparation for their exciting presentation at UEL on Friday.

Book Fair

The Book Fair will be back at Randal Cremer from Thursday 10th November to Wednesday 16th November. Click here to purchase some discounted gift vouchers which you can use at our book fair!      

Black History Month Assembly

We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who was involved in putting together this year’s Black History Month assembly. Thanks to our wonderful staff for their tireless efforts in getting the children ready for their performances, the children for working really hard…

Pokemon Go – Parent’s Guide

Please click on the link below to find out more about the Pokémon Go game, including the risks and tips and advice for keeping children safe when playing. Pokémon Go – Parent’s Guide

Golden Table Award

We celebrated our first ‘Golden Table Award’ on Friday. Three pupils from EYFS and three from KS1 and KS2 could invite a friend, family member or teacher etc. to enjoy lunch with them at the Golden table. This is a new initiative where we  celebrate and…

Wonder of Words.

Volunteers from UBS have donated a wealth of new books to our library. As part of the preparation, children from Yr 6 prepared short stories which have been recorded by UBS volunteers. To hear the ‘Wonder of Words’ recording please visit The art work for…

We Love Lego!

Children at Randal Cremer love creating imaginary worlds and vehicles using lego. Through lego the children develop collaborative skills, language and vocabulary and also their imaginations.