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Primary School

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  • Parent Consultations

    Published 13/10/20

    Please click on the letters and guidance below for details about our Autumn Term Parent Consultations.

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  • Term 1's staggered start and finish times

    Published 04/09/20

    We thank you in advance for your patience during this very unusual time.  We have created the below staggered start/end times for the school day to ensure the safety of all children and parents when dropping off and collecting children from school.  

    Please enter the playground via the gate nearest to pre-school and exit the playground via the gate next to the adventure playground on the park.

    Please keep to the one-way system on the playground and keep a safe distance from other families.  To help manage everyone's safety, we ask that parents do not wait when dropping their children off and that parents arrive at school at the allocated times (as much as possible) to avoid too many people on the playground at the end of the day.

    Siblings can be dropped off at the earliest time for the family and can collect at the latest time.  

     

    Start/finish times

    Reception:

    • 9:20am drop off (w/c 7/9/20, w/c 14/9/20 and w/c 21/9/20)
    • 8:55am drop off from 28/9/20 onwards
    • 2:45pm collection (w/c 7/9/20, w/c 14/9/20 and w/c 21/9/20)
    • 3:15pm collection from 28/9/20 onwards

    Year 1:

    • 8:55am drop off
    • 3:15pm collection

    Year 2:

    • 8:50am drop off
    • 3:10am collection

    Year 3:

    • 8:45am drop off
    • 3:05pm collection

    Year 4:

    • 8:50am drop off
    • 3:10pm collection

    Year 5:

    • 8:45am drop off
    • 3:05pm collection

    Year 6:

    • 8:40am drop off
    • 3:00pm collection
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  • Year 6 Leavers' Celebrations

    Published 15/07/20
    Leavers' performances & presentations Please go to the following You Tube pages to view our Leavers' performances and presentations: Dance like no-one is watching - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQLks8GlV4U Goodbye m
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  • Kate Phillips Award 2020

    Published 14/07/20

    The Knowledge and Perseverance award is given in memory of Miss Kate Phillips, a former teacher at Naunton Park Primary School.  This year the award goes to Roan Evans. 

    Miss Phillips valued creativity, individuality and perseverance as among the most important qualities that a child could have and there is no doubt that Roan holds all of these attributes. 

    Roan is one of those people that we all wish we could be; he is the best of us. He shows a real enthusiasm for learning and a desire to achieve everything that he can. His attitude towards all aspects of school life has been nothing short of outstanding and he has demonstrated great determination to reach his potential. He is a conscientious worker with a genuine desire to meet the expectations of staff and he takes pride in every piece of work he does. Throughout his time at Naunton Park, Roan has proved that he has impeccable manners. He was an excellent talking partner who has been both supportive and encouraging to those he has worked with. Without fail, he has worked hard individually, in a pair or within a small group, Furthermore, he has proved to be an excellent role model to the younger children and has been everything that we would wish of a member of our school. All of this comes naturally to Roan with no thought to gaining praise or reward; he is quite simply, that child.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson once said: ‘To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else, is the greatest accomplishment’. Roan, please always be your wonderful self and make the world a better place simply by being here.

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  • Lockdown video from the staff

    Published 26/04/20

    Please click on the link below to watch the video.

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  • Storytime with your teachers

    Published 25/03/20

    Click on a video below to hear and see your teacher read a story.  More stories can be viewed on the school's Facebook page.

    Mrs Martin...

     

     

     

    Mrs Coughlan...

     

     

    Miss Francis...

     

     

     

    Mrs Turner reading "Not now, Bernard":

     

     

     

    Mrs Doggett reading "Stanley's Stick":

     

     

     

    Mrs Horne reading "Amos Jellybean Gets it Right":

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  • World Book Day 2020

    Published 06/03/20

    A big thank you to parents for providing a huge variety of World Book Day costumes yesterday.  The children were very enthusiastic to share their costumes and the book they came from with their classes.  A definite highlight of the day was our visits from ‘Mystery Readers’ so thank you to all those who took part.

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  • Young Voices 2020

    Published 29/01/20

    We had a fabulous time performing at Young Voices 2020!  After months of rehearsals during our weekly "Young Voices Club", we performed alongside thousands of other children and teachers to a full arena of friends and family.  We loved every second of the performance and were glad that we could even spot our parents in the audience.

     

    Thank you to our families for coming to join in the fun!

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  • Maths Puzzles

    Published 24/01/20

    This week, we have all enjoyed taxing our brains through some extra Maths!  Maths Puzzles have been set up in the hall for children and staff to have a go at.  We worked on our own, with a friend and in groups to test our problem solving skills, determination, resilience and teamwork and be curious, confident learners.

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  • Australian Bushfire Appeal

    Published 10/01/20

    We are holding an event to raise money for the Australian Bushfire.

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  • Remembrance Day

    Published 11/11/19

    Today we remembered and thanked our fallen soldiers through a two-minute silence following The Last Post.  Mrs Hill led an assembly prior to this to teach the children about the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month and we watched a very thought-provoking film, appropriate to the children's age, about what it is that we are remembering and thanking our heroes for.  The children carried out their silent reflections superbly and very respectfully.  Thank you to Mr King for playing The Last Post to begin our silence.

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  • DT Week

    Published 18/10/19

    What a week!  We've been planning, designing, creating, evaluating and celebrating throughout the school working on a range of projects.  The week culminated in our DT Sharing, where we exhibited all of our work for the school to see.

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