Welcome to Royston St John Baptist Primary School

At Royston St John’s, we strive to create a secure and happy environment which inspires high aspiration. We pride ourselves on delivering outstanding provision for all our children. Through personalised learning, we deliver an engaging curriculum and provide our children with memorable experiences knowing that when they come to leave our school, they leave with a lifelong love of learning.

Our dedicated team of staff provide a friendly, nurturing learning environment where pupils feel safe, valued and secure. We work alongside parents, governance and the wider community to provide a creative, balanced and inspiring curriculum. Our door is always open. Parents are always welcome. We are keen for parents and carers to be involved in their child’s learning and successes.

As a Church of England Primary School we have close links with The Diocese of Leeds and share their educational priorities.

Our Christian Values:

  1. Honesty

Always tell the truth; never lie or hide the truth

  1. Respect

Always treat yourself, others and things within your environment in the right way. Be polite and use good manners.

  1. Responsibility

Make good choices and be sensible, even if other people around you aren’t. Be well motivated and proactive to be the best you can be.

  1. Resilience

Keep doing your best, even when it feels hard to do. Don’t give in.

  1. Empathy

Think what it would be like to be in someone else’s shoes and show them that you understand, appreciate.

If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

With kind regards,

Mr. Lee Spencer
Executive Headteacher

Newsletter Friday 15th March

Week 4 – wk com 18.03.19 (S)

Newsletter Friday 8st March

Week 3 -wk com 11.03.19 (S)

Places of Worship

As part of our RE launch day, we also learned about where Jewish people go to worship. We talked about the fact that we had visited one last year. We then made our own floor plans of a synagogue using the building materials in our class.

Year 2 RE day!

We learned about the Jewish holy day Shabbat. It is celebrated every week between sundown on Friday and Saturday. As part of the Shabbat meal Jewish people often eat Challah bread. As a class we made our own and it was delicious! We carefully measured out the ingredients and prepared the bread for baking. It took a long time to make but it was worth it!

Advice for parents about the momo challenge


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Newsletter : Friday 1st March

Week 2-wk com 04.03.19 (S)

Newsletter : Friday 25th February

Week 1 – wk com 25.2.19 (S)


After school clubs

Clubs letter – Spring 2 2019

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Pupil Council Collective Worship 

As part of their project to improve the school environment, the Pupil Council have been choosing inspirational quotes from famous Christians to be displayed around school. These two council members helped to explain a quote by James Hudson Taylor by leading a collective worship and telling the children all about who this amazing man was.

‘There are three stages to every great work of God; first it is impossible, then it is difficult, then it is done.’

Church Newsletter 9th December

Pew Sheet Advent 2 2018 Dec 9