Confirmed cases of measles – Please click on the link below to see information from Public Health England re the above. Read more here
Please click on the line below to see Department of Education letter re Data
School closed Friday 27th May – Staff Inset
Newbury Park Primary School
Extra Nursery Places from September – Register your child now
Our Nursery is expanding and from September we are able to offer 104 places : 52 each morning and afternoon. The nursery will be joining our outstanding Reception Block
Our last Ofsted Report said:
“The early years’ leader has wasted no time in transforming the Reception classes. Her outstanding practice is an inspiration to all. Both the indoor and outside classrooms are a hive of valuable learning activities. Adults intervene to support and extend children’s learning well. Currently, Reception children make phenomenal progress, especially in their early literacy and mathematics”
This will enable the new nursery classes to achieve the same success and provide outstanding practice and inspiration.
Please call into the school office to register your child or telephone for details
0208 554 6343
Voluntary Contributions for trips and activities
The Governing Body has agreed that for the 15/16 academic year parents and carers will be invited to make a voluntary contribution of £12.00 per child towards the many exciting trips and in school activities they enjoy throughout the year. This will be the only request for voluntary contribution for the whole academic year.
If you can make payment by cheque to Newbury Park Primary School that would be most welcome or by cash if you prefer. This should be handed in to the school office.
I hope you find this a more convenient way to help you to contribute to the many wonderful trips and activities your child enjoys in school. Without your contributions many of these could not be made available.
Please click on the link below to view letter sent out to parents.
A warm welcome back after the Easter break
A warm welcome back to Newbury Park after the Easter break. We look forward to another successful term and will continue to focus on developing the new school curriculum and assessment system.
Following our Ofsted Inspection in November 2015, we will be revising the School Development Plan (SDP) priorities. A copy of the SDP will be put on display in the school foyer.
If you would like to view the current inspection report please click on the link below:
To keep up to date with school activities and events please continue to check ‘ParentMail’ and the school website.
Thank you for your continued support.
Roddy Fairclough – Head Teacher