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On behalf of the staff, pupils, parents/carers and governors, I would like to welcome you to our website at Newport Primary School.

At Newport we pride ourselves on providing a happy, safe, secure and supportive place to learn. At the centre of our ethos is the belief that our children should enjoy their school experience while achieving their full potential. We believe whole heartedly in a growth mind-set approach to learning. Pupils may not yet be able to achieve particular goals but …

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Well what a wonderful end to our half term! Our jubilee celebrations were amazing, bouncy castles, ice-cream van, live music from Last Anthem, guest appearance from our very own Mr Donaghy and visits from the police van. A huge thank you to staff, governors and VIP's who made sure that all of our children had a day to remember!

Have a safe and happy half term and we look forward to seeing everyone back in school on Tuesday 7th June.
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Our Jubilee celebrations start today! Children will all be provided with a packed lunch so we can have a school picnic, with a live band, games, inflatables and a live band. Children can come to school in comfortable clothes and trainers for the activities. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Jubilee celebrations start today! Children will all be provided with a packed lunch so we can have a school picnic, with a live band, games, inflatables and a live band. Children can come to school in comfortable clothes and trainers for the activities.

A Message from our Governors:

On Tuesday 10 May governors met for our most recent Governing Body meeting with a focus on 'Raising Achievement'

We started the meeting with our first 'spotlight' session for governors - these are short briefing sessions we’d asked for as governors to help us learn more about certain areas of the school and parts of school life. Our first session was on Early Years and Foundation Stage and we had a brilliant briefing from Ms. Sarah Rudd.
Governors were given an overview of EYFS and discussed, in particular, the important work going on to support children in early years with their writing skills.

The rest of the meeting focussed on a discussion of school data including how different year groups, and groups of children, have been performing across the school this term. Governors asked questions about how the school monitors the performance of different pupils and what measures are put in place to help children who need more support.

We finished the meeting with a tour of plans to create a new outdoors space at the back of the school. Amongst other things, the plans seek to create space for a brilliant new library area. We look forward to seeing the plans come to life next year!

Our next meeting is in June and will focus on finances and resources.
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A Message from our Governors:

On Tuesday 10 May governors met for our most recent Governing Body meeting with a focus on Raising Achievement
 
We started the meeting with our first spotlight session for governors - these are short briefing sessions we’d asked for as governors to help us learn more about certain areas of the school and parts of school life.  Our first session was on Early Years and Foundation Stage and we had a brilliant briefing from Ms. Sarah Rudd. 
Governors were given an overview of EYFS and discussed, in particular, the important work going on to support children in early years with their writing skills. 
 
The rest of the meeting focussed on a discussion of school data including how different year groups, and groups of children, have been performing across the school this term.  Governors asked questions about how the school monitors the performance of different pupils and what measures are put in place to help children who need more support. 
 
We finished the meeting with a tour of plans to create a new outdoors space at the back of the school. Amongst other things, the plans seek to create space for a brilliant new library area. We look forward to seeing the plans come to life next year! 
 
Our next meeting is in June and will focus on finances and resources.

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It was a very interesting meeting with excellent discussion, always looking for ways forward to support all who work in and care about Newport School.

Our amazing children in Year 6 have worked so hard this week completing their SAT’s tests. However, we also know that their are many talents our children have that need to be celebrated. An example is this beautiful portrait of the Queen produced by Nour in honour of the upcoming jubilee. We are so proud of our Year 6 children and all of their many different talents. ... See MoreSee Less

Our amazing children in Year 6 have worked so hard this week completing their SAT’s tests. However, we also know that their are many talents our children have that need to be celebrated. An example is this beautiful portrait of the Queen produced by Nour in honour of the upcoming jubilee. We are so proud of our Year 6 children and all of their many different talents.

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Amazing art work from a talented young lady 👍🏼

Well done 👍 children

Amazing...well done x

Well done my sweet heart

Wow, absolutely amazing,, well done children 👏👏🌺🌺

Amazing 🤩

Wow well done xx

Lovely drawing 😊

Well done 🥰

Amazing

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Our Year 2 children had a fabulous afternoon as part of our Young Readers Programme. They did a treasure hunt to find the chest of books which the children chose to keep and take home. They made pirate hats and wanted posters. They also had an island and pirate ship to read in. The children tried deadman's fingers (bread sticks), cannon balls (cheese puffs) and hardtack (biscuits). They all thoroughly enjoyed it! ... See MoreSee Less

We are very excited that our Year 2 pupils are taking part in the Young Readers Programme. Read the letter below to find out more about the ways they will be engaging with reading. #youngreaders ... See MoreSee Less

We are very excited that our Year 2 pupils are taking part in the Young Readers Programme. Read the letter below to find out more about the ways they will be engaging with reading. #youngreaders

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Fantastic opportunity!

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