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Welcome to Newsham Primary School
Our website aims to provide you with up to date information about our school vision, general organisation and curriculum activities. We also want children, parents, our wider community and new visitors to have a window into all that we do and are so proud of here at Newsham. If parents/carers would like more detailed information about the curriculum we offer at Newsham please do not hesitate to get in touch with us through the contact information at the bottom of this page.  Please take time to explore our website and do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to visit our school. I know you will be warmly welcomed by everyone involved in the life of our school.

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Upper KS2 Residentials

The deadline for interim deposits for all residentials is Friday January 27th.  You must ensure your payment is up to date by then.  If you are not sure how much you have paid or how much you need to pay please check with school office staff.  Read more...

School Library Books

We are currently looking at improving our library stock, in order to do this we need all library books returned back to school.  Therefore if your child has a school library book at home, please return it to your child’s class teacher as soon Read more...

Welcome Back!

I hope everyone enjoyed a peaceful and relaxing Christmas holiday and that everyone is pleased to be back into the routine of life at Newsham Primary!  The children all returned to school happily and there is a calm and purposeful atmosphere in Read more...

End of Term

Please remember that school closes for Christmas at 2pm on Friday, December 16th and will reopen at 8.40am on Wednesday, January 4th. Tomorrow will be a non-uniform day and we are inviting children to wear a Christmas jumper as part of their Read more...

Christmas Parties

Thank-you for your help to make the parties for our children so successful this week.  Generally speaking, I’ve been delighted with the behaviour of the children throughout these last couple of weeks of term.  Sometimes children can get over Read more...