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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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Latest news...

Message from Mrs Armstrong – exciting news about Mr Gregory

I hope everyone is enjoying the Easter break from school and is having a great time despite the weather!

I wanted to let you all know about an exciting event in the life of our lovely Read more...

Teacher’s invite to royal wedding ‘perfect’ way to spend own anniversary

David Gregory will celebrate with wife Hannah as they attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.

An inspiring primary school teacher invited to the royal wedding will be celebrating his own first wedding anniversary the same Read more...

Parents’ Evening

Many thanks to all parents and carers who attended the revised appointments for Parents’ Evening yesterday, March 21st. We are very grateful to you for your support and for your ongoing partnership with our Read more...

Disabled Badges and Parking

REMINDER

If a parent or carer has a disabled badge for a vehicle, can this be brought to the School Office as soon as possible please so that we can make a note of the relevant details and ensure that access to our school car park is Read more...

Science Week and the Port of Blyth

It is National Science Week and lots of exciting curriculum activities have been taking place throughout school. In addition, pupils from Y4 and Y5 have visited the Port of Blyth to take part in some fantastic work around renewable Read more...