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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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General Election 

As you know, Newsham Primary School is always used as a polling station for elections. Usually, we can use our conference room for this purpose, to separate the public from our pupils and keep our school open whilst ensuring all safeguarding Read more...

Safeguarding

I hope everyone read our message about online safety that we posted on our Facebook page in half term.  There were some really useful links, which can also be found on our school website within the section entitled about / support and safety / e Read more...

Welcome Back

I hope everyone enjoyed a safe and happy half term break from school and that everyone is as pleased as I am to be back at Newsham. The children certainly seemed delighted to be back in school on Tuesday and I’ve been thrilled by the calm and Read more...

Congratulations Y4

Well done to our Y4 pupils who took part in Blyth and Bedlington School Sports Partnership’s Multi Sports Festival. We won! The children thoroughly enjoyed taking part and being declared the winners was an    added bonus! Congratulations Read more...

Y2 Visit to Beamish Museum

Y2 loved their educational visit to Beamish Museum on Tuesday and came back bubbling with excitement!   Beamish Museum has been created to give children a realistic understanding of Britain in the early 20th Century and what life was like at Read more...