Netley is a happy, rights respecting school.
Everyone takes steps to better themselves and their community, as they become responsible, global citizens.
Netley Primary School is an inclusive school, exuding a warmth and generosity of spirit that comes from our happy children and diverse school community. The school is set within Netley Campus, a state of-the-art learning environment for children and adults. We have 450 children, including Woodlands, an outstanding centre for children with Autism. In 2014 OFSTED judged both Netley and Woodlands as ‘Good’ in all categories, and we are excited to be enhancing our offering further by opening a new centre for two year olds and Science Lab in the near future.
Last week, Year 2 went on a trip to Pollock’s Toy Museum to learn about toys from the past. This week, by adapting and editing our plan from our trip to Regent’s Park, Jayden was able to orally retell and then rewrite our class recount. Last week we wen’t to Pollook’s toy museum to learn about […]
The Junior Travel Ambassadors have been surveying Stanhope Street to see which direction the traffic comes from. They have spent every morning 8.45am- 9.10am counting the cars/bikes/scooters/vans on Stanhope Street/Robert Street. We will analyse the results and share this with Camden Council and school pupils/parents/staff. Our aim is to improve the safety of the roads […]
In Reception we have launched our new topic for this half term with lots of learning about dinosaurs. On Wednesday we researched the sizes of different dinosaurs, then drew a life sized stegosaurus footprint and estimated how many people would be able to fit inside. There were some very good guesses! We […]
Last week, Year 2 went on a winter walk to Regent’s Park. This week, using her recount plan, Lucy was able to orally retell and then rewrite our class recount. “Our Trip to Regents Park” Last week we went to Regent’s Park to learn about seasonal changes. To get to the park we walked past the bakers, barbers […]
This term we are really launching our vocabulary-learning initiative: Word Aware! On Friday, 5th January, children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite word for our word parade. From spotty to munificent to dhampir… our vast word choices were on display! Well done to our children who won prizes for their words and […]
It was a pleasure to see so many parents attend Acorns’ very first Christmas Party. We also welcomed our new parents who came in to share in the festivities with the new children! It was a thrilling surprise to have Santa visit us to give the children presents. We hope he didn’t fill up on […]
Year 5 and 6 children competed in the First Lego League tournament on Saturday 2nd December. The tournament, which is run by Lego and the IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology), has been running for 9 years, however this is the first year Netley teams have competed. The tournament tests children’s coding knowledge and robotics […]
As part of our ‘Me and My World’ topic, Reception visited Regent’s Park. Our trip tied in with Road Safety Week, so before we left we learned lots about how to be safe when out and about. On the day we had lots of fun getting the bus, exploring our local area and then […]
The children and staff were in full festive cheer as they enjoyed their Christmas lunch today! Thank you to all of the catering staff who prepared, once again, a wonderful lunch for all the children and staff at Netley.
Year six were very lucky to have a visit from the Operating Theatre Live this Tuesday. They donned their surgeons’ gowns and face masks, learned how to listen to their heart with a stethoscope, and then had the opportunity to interact with REAL organs! In the afternoon, they had a go at carrying out a […]