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Welcome to Newport C of E Primary School
Newport C. of E. (VA) Primary School is a friendly school set in a quiet and attractive environment. Children start at our school when they are four years old, moving to secondary school at eleven.
Current Staffing Vacancies
Primary Island Games Success!
Have a look at our Sports Funding Page to find out more about our team's fantastic day at the Primary Island Games.
Great News about The Pod Textile Recycling
Have a look at the Eco Page to see the latest news from the Wastebuster Team! Well done and a big thank you to everyone who donated old textiles! We have lots of exciting plans for the points we have earnt!
Help Your Child With Maths
Make sure you have a look at the Maths Page of our Parents section for lots of information about how Maths is taught through school, examples of how we solve different types of mathematical problems and even some videos of pupils using these strategies.
Sports Relief 2014
Huge thanks to our House Captains and Deptuties with support from Miss Cunningham for organising a very successful and enjoyable day raising money for Sports Relief! For more details and fabulous photos, see the event's page here.
World Book Day - Updated!
Make sure you have a look at our School Events - World Book Day page to see all the exciting things that happened in school on Thursday March 6th!
Did you hear us on the radio?
Thursday 20th February Isle of Wight Radio's Breakfast Show
It was lovely to hear Year 6's Jacob celebrating his achievement of becoming Red House Captain on the radio yesterday! Well done to all the newly appointed house captains!
Click on the link above to hear Mr Seaward, Jack and Alanah on Julian Clegg's show on BBC Solent.
(skip forwards to 2 hours, 6 minutes into the show)
Latest School Calendar Events
- Summer Holidays24Jul2014
- Sports Day
Congratulations Red and Green Houses!
- Summer Fayre
What a fantastic day!
- Great Resources on the New Maths Page
Parents and carers - are you looking for tips on how to help your child with their maths homework? This page could have some helpful hints!
- Reception Children Have A Picnic n The Moon!
Linking with their work on Jill Murphy's 'Whatever Next' story, children took their very own picnics to the moon!
- Are you a Grumpy Bear or a Grizzly Bear?
Miss Wildon shared a story with the whole school to explore the idea of growth and closed mindsets.