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It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school website, which I hope will give you a flavour of our school and its community. If you are a new or prospective parent considering our school for your child, please make an appointment and I will be very pleased to show you around and answer any queries that you may have. I look forward to meeting you and your child.

Newbold is a very special place for children to learn, achieve and develop.  Our children are at the centre of everything we do, which reflects our warm and welcoming family atmosphere, our Christian values and our commitment to mutual respect, care and understanding. We aim to provide a safe, happy, stimulating and challenging environment where each child feels valued, respected and confident in achieving and often exceeding their potential.

As a village school, we very much value the importance of supporting the individual needs of every child. In small class sizes, we can ensure that each child is able to progress well and is effectively supported in their learning. We are also very fortunate to enjoy a wonderful and extensive outdoor learning environment, really extending the opportunities or exploration, challenge and enjoyment.

We believe that our success is dependent upon a close partnership with parents and carers.  We encourage our parents to become actively involved in the life of the school, working with us to ensure that we provide the best possible education for our children.

The staff and the children are very proud of our school and we always strive to make it an even better place where we can learn and achieve together. If you are considering Newbold for your child, we would very much encourage you to come and visit, where you and most importantly your child can see for themselves what our school is all about and we can answer any questions you may have.

Yours sincerely

Sherryll Hitchman

Headteacher

Welcome to Newbold Church of England Primary School

At Newbold Church of England primary school we are proud to be at the centre of our local community. Judged to be Good by SIAMS in 2022 ‘ There is a deep feeling of unity, mutual love and encouragement at this small and inclusive school’ and Good by OFSTED in 2023 we strive to improve on our successes.

Through our core Christian values of courage, generosity, respect, compassion, friendship and thankfulness, we nurture, encourage and challenge our children to build each other up in order to excel.

We have a strong partnership with St Matthew’s Church in Worthington, which is a member of Flagstaff Churches, visiting to hold services regularly and opening our school to hold church events. The church supports our governance in school, if you would like more information please click on the link; https://stmatthewsworthington.net/

At Newbold Church of England Primary School, we provide memorable learning experiences which builds character in each individual child. Strong relationships underpin all we do in our small church school, where we value and respect each other’s uniqueness.

Our broad curriculum inspires great learning through engagement with the outdoor environment and enables our children to develop a positive emotional and mental health and an understanding of their place in the world. Our children are nurtured and challenged to become resilient learners with high aspirations.

We have no members of staff earning £100,00 or above, Financial information for our school can be found at;  https://schools-financial-benchmarking.service.gov.uk/School/Detail?urn=120149/

 

Our Christian Values

Courage

Generosity

Respect

Compassion

Our School Curriculum

Relevant to our children and their futures

Addresses the current issues we face in the environment

Develops understanding and respect for the culture of others

Is engaging and motivating

Builds the knowledge and basic skills for a future beyond this school.

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Good luck to all of Y6.
May 13th, 2024

Good luck to all of Y6.

Another excellent week was celebrated in today's achievement assembly. A special well done to Kate for being the first person to reach 150 reads, we hope she is looking forward to her non-uniform day.
May 10th, 2024

Another excellent week was celebrated in today's achievement assembly. A special well done to Kate for being the first person to reach 150 reads, we hope she is looking forward to her non-uniform day.

Well done to Zachary, Nola and Ethan who all enjoyed playtime at the park for reaching 100 reads in the Reading Challenge.
May 10th, 2024

Well done to Zachary, Nola and Ethan who all enjoyed playtime at the park for reaching 100 reads in the Reading Challenge.

We were very fortunate this week for Mrs Kendrick to visit with two lambs. All of the children took it in turns to get up close to the lambs and have questions answered by Mrs Kendrick. Thank you Mrs Kendrick for bringing them to see us.





May 10th, 2024

We were very fortunate this week for Mrs Kendrick to visit with two lambs. All of the children took it in turns to get up close to the lambs and have questions answered by Mrs Kendrick. Thank you Mrs Kendrick for bringing them to see us.

This week the Reception children visited Ashby Castle. They all had a fun day out.





May 10th, 2024

This week the Reception children visited Ashby Castle. They all had a fun day out.