Stranger danger- please be aware.
A young girl has been approached by a tall, thin, white man this evening in the Sutton hill area. When she asked him for the time he followed her despite her walking away. She is safe and well.
Please ensure your children are not out alone
Please make sure you bring and collect your children from school.
John Randall Primary School and Nursery
Dear John Randall family
As we approach the Christmas season I have had to make a few decisions to ensure the safety of all the children and staff in school.
Please do not send in Christmas cards this year. I know its seems very mean – but we have done very well with keeping the children safe so far and I am hoping everyone has a healthy Christmas!
I hope that by giving you early notice you will not have bought cards etc.
I will be in touch with regards to other Christmas traditions.
We will not be having a nativity play or carols round the tree. The staff are working on alternative Christmas plans that we can safely share with you.
Thank you for your continued support of school
Please take care
Please view the video below about Keeping Safe on School Grounds
Dear John Randall Family and Friends,
As part of our ongoing food project we would be eternally grateful if anyone with fruit trees and spare vegetables would be happy to donate any surplus to our school.
Dear John Randall Family
The gates will open at 8.30am. The registers will be taken at 8.55 sharp! It will be really help us to keep everyone safe by ensuring all children are in school by 8.55am.
The school gates will re-open at 2.45pm for the end of the school day. We are extending the opening and collection times to make sure there is plenty of room on the playground for all to move around safely.
Please wear a mask if you wish to do so.
A reminder of all the changes happening in school – it’s a bit different!
Children to wear school polo shirt and logo jumper on the top half. Navy or black Tracksuit trousers and black trainers on the bottom half. This is so that your child can take part in all outdoor activities/ PE without having to change. If you have dresses then please wear thick tights or legging underneath and a jumper on top.
- Make sure the children have a coat in school every day.
- Please do not bring PE kits into school, lunch boxes or ruck sacks.
We will be doing outdoor activities every day and not just PE days. The children will be doing the mile track and having Forest School sessions on a daily basis. We are doing this to make sure the children and adults are spending regular time out of doors and having lots of time to get to know each other again.
If your child is in early years and may need a change of under clothes – please bring a separate bag with a change of pants and tracksuit bottoms into school with your child’s name on it.
We are very excited to be able to announce that our chefs have started and we have our very own John Randall Food Team!
Ask your children about the wonderful meals chef Gareth has made already… The menus will be out next week and lunches will be £2.30 please pay by parent pay – we will not be accepting cash.
Please bring any sandwiches in a paper or plastic bag which can be thrown away. This includes drinks bottles. Please don’t bring lunch boxes or bags as we are trying to reduce the contamination risk of items going from home to school and back to home.
The car park is completely off limits to parents, unless you have a disabled badge for your child!
We are very sorry for any congestion at the back of school – this is due to the building works and a new car park! I will be writing to you about this separately.
We are keeping up with government policy and the safety of your children and our staff is always my first priority. I know you will understand.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me or your parent governors if you need any further information. Parent governors are: Maz Ahmed and Belinda Ezeazu.
Please take care and keep safe.
Public Transport Review
We have been asked to pass the letter on this letter to all parents for comment by Friday. Please click on the link 2020 07 21 Home to School Transport Letter FINAL
Please click on the link to read or download the John Randall Summer Newsletter shown below Summer Newsletter 2020
We value the way in which all children are unique, and our curriculum promotes respect for the views of each individual child, as well as for people of all cultures.
We value the spiritual and moral development of each person, as well as their intellectual and physical growth.
We value the importance of each person in our community. We organise our curriculum so that we promote co-operation and understanding between all members of our community.
We will always welcome you into our bright, fun and nurturing environment where children can learn and reach their full potential. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in their child’s learning so that together we can provide a solid foundation and achieve the best possible outcomes.
John Randall Primary School
Queen Street, Madeley
Telford, Shropshire, TF7 4DS