Be Ready, Be Respectful, Be Safe

“Our core values underpin everything that we do and we believe that attitude is more important than ability!” Attitude is everything!

Attendance Matters...

“Don’t count the days, make the days count!”

Muhammad Ali

Headteacher’s
Welcome

 It is with great pleasure that I say hello to you on behalf of the Governors, Staff and Pupils of our school. I feel extremely honoured to be working here at John Randall and sincerely hope that you and your child’s journey with us proves to be equally happy.

Vision & Values

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Motto and Values

Our motto is simple… Ready, Respectful, Safe

Our values change each half-term and are extremely important to our John Randall family. These values are:

Kindness

Integrity

Respect

Acceptance

Resilience

Ambition

“Leaders are ambitious for all pupils at John Randall Primary School”

“Leaders are ambitious for all pupils at John Randall Primary School. They understand the school motto, ‘be ready, be respectful, be safe.’ Pupils enjoy coming to school and feel safe there.”

Ofsted, July 2022

“Leaders ensure that pupils achieve well academically and personally”

“Leaders ensure that pupils achieve well academically and personally. Pupils enjoy reading, and it is well taught. A range of activities allow pupils to develop their wider interests.”

Ofsted, July 2022

“Leaders have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour”

“Leaders have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour. Pupils are well-behaved and concentrate on their learning during lessons. At social times pupils are kind to one another. Incidents of poor behaviour or bullying are rare. Pupils are confident that leaders will resolve any bullying issues. Parents are positive about the education their children receive.”

Ofsted, July 2022

“Leaders make sure that staff are well trained to identify pupils’ different needs”

“Leaders make sure that staff are well trained to identify pupils’ different needs. Staff provide effective support for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).”

Ofsted, July 2022

Our School News

Author Visit - Sarah Griffiths

We had the pleasure of welcoming the inspiring author Sarah Griffiths yesterday in school. The children were inspired and this was reflected in their creative writing and the desire to read.

Choir

School Choir – Our little John Randall Choir sang Christmas songs to entertain residents at Chilcott Gardens!  They sang beautifully and the residents were so grateful! Well done children!

School Gardens

Garden Clean Up – A big thank you to all our parents who helped out on Friday morning to clear all the flower and vegetable beds. Your help was very much appreciated and I’m sure you will agree it looks amazing.

Shelter Building

Shelter building in our local woods was amazing with KS1 children. Everyone had fun learning how to tie ropes and construct their shelters.

Join Our Nursery

We can offer:

Experienced well qualified staff

Full time Early Years teacher

Purpose built Nursery classroom and secure outside area

New School Library

During the half-term, we had a central library fitted for your children. We though we would share some photo’s! Our library is now at the heart of our school and the children are very excited about using it!