Welcome to North Newton Primary School's Website
I hope you enjoy browsing and gain an insight into our school. If you currently have links with the school, I hope you often use this site as a means to keep up to date with events, trips and information. If you do not currently have links, and might be looking into joining our school, I hope you find our website easy to use, and reader-friendly. Please let us know how we can improve.
Please take your time to look through our ever-evolving website, as well as browsing on our school Facebook page, to see all the different aspects, events and happy children who work hard, play fair and enjoy their time at North Newton Primary School.
At North Newton, we are all fully committed to providing the best possible provision for our children, regardless of ability or specific need. We are a reflective school who constantly drive to improve our provision to develop the whole child as we do our very best to prepare them for Secondary School and beyond.
We promote success for all and take pride in all our achievements! We aim to ensure our children become life-long learners and become role models for others. To achieve this, children require a wide range of opportunities and challenges to develop academically, socially, morally, spiritually and culturally – this is what we strive to deliver and achieve every day.
If you wish to take a tour of our school, please make an appointment with our school office and we will be more than happy to show you around.
Click here for Parent Survey Results 2017 feedback
North Newton School is a Good School
Click here for our Ofsted Report
2014 Inspection Headlines
“Parents and carers are highly positive about the
school and correctly believe it to be a safe and
happy place.” (OFSTED Sept 2014)
“Teaching is consistently good throughout the
school. Recent improvements in marking and
feedback to pupils are beginning to raise their
achievement still further. The Early Years
Foundation Stage is good. Pupils make increasingly
good progress due to recent improvements in the
assessment of their skills and knowledge.” (OFSTED Sept 2014)
“The curriculum is a notable strength. It excites
pupils and contributes strongly to their spiritual,
moral, social and cultural development. Tolerance
and other British values are well developed.” (OFSTED Sept 2014)
Click here for DFE Performance Tables