What an exciting morning. Today was our first Spring Slam. Key Stage 1 competed to be the fastest at Number Bonds. Key Stage 2 competed to be the fastest at Times Tables. We also had a parent and teacher competition! Well done to everyone who took part! What a fun morning! The winners of the […]
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.
We are proud to announce that on 12th March Netley Primary School Choir will be performing at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Camden Music Festival. Here are links to the songs for singers to practice at home to make sure we sound amazing! Bring Me Sunshine Bring Me Sunshine (actions) Hey O Pete Pete! Reach Reach (actions) You Raise Me Up Wondrous […]
The RRS Councillors delivered a confident presentation to Mrs Nanthabalan on how the school could improve the playground. Take a look at their ideas.
This week Year 2 went on a lovely visit to Esther Randall Court, to interview some of the elderly residents about the old toys they used to play with when they were young. It was really fascinating, and we learnt lots about the toys that people played with in the past. One lady was 105 […]
The Junior Travel Ambassadors have been busy! We surveyed the children to find out how children came to school and how children would like to come to school. We found out that children would like to be able to bike and scoot to school. The ambassadors have written to Mrs Nanthabalan to persuade her to […]
This week we have been practicing our fine motor skills! We used scissors to cut out hair for our paper-plate faces, then explored making Mat Man out of different shapes!
This week Year 4 ventured out to the Science Museum where we were lucky enough to watch and participate in a workshop on the digestive system. We learned all about the the journey our food makes from entering our mouths to leaving our bodies!
In RVD this week we have been celebrating Chinese New Year. We made invitations for our friends asking them to come for tea, and then had a class tea party at snack time with real tea pots! We have also made and tasted some Chinese stir fry. Our EYFS friends thought is was so delicious […]
This week 4EM have been learning all about South African landscapes and wildlife. We have been reading adverts and posters to research all about South Africa and have used this information to start writing our own persuasive adverts. We also learned about all the different animals that live in South Africa, can you spot any […]
In RVD this week we have been using walkie talkies to call our friends and have conversations across our EYFS environment. We discovered that we could still hear each other from the mud kitchen to the climbing frame; almost from one end of the garden to the other!
In Willow Class we carried on our topic about Community and People Who Help Us, by turning our classroom into a train station. All the children wrote their name on a passport, then collected tickets for the train ride. We went through tunnels, heard the driver blow the whistle and watched the hills and the […]