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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 402 children, including Woodlands, an outstanding centre for children with Autism. In 2014 OFSTED judged both Netley and Woodlands as ‘Good’ in all categories. We are excited to enhance our offer with a new centre for two year olds and the recent completion of our STEM Lab.
Netley is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School. Our culture revolves around ‘Who do you want to be?’ preparing children with the qualities needed in life to be successful and happy. We have a strong focus on wellbeing, fitness and accessing the rights that we are all entitled to. This is on top of our high […]
This week RHL and RVD visited the natural history museum. We braved the fierce tyrannosaurus-rex and felt how sharp their teeth and claws would have been. We were particularly fascinated by this gigantic dinosaur foot fossil. Who has got the most gigantic foot in your home?
This week in Year 6, we had the opportunity to attend Waitrose Cookery School. We learnt about a balanced meal whilst making a delicious burrito. We learnt about nutrition whilst looking at food labels.
Reception have been practicing forming their numbers. First we copied El Nombre’s numbers as he wrote them in the desert sand ( El Nombre – Writing numbers in the desert sand!). After that, we went outside and practiced writing our numbers all over the playground in chalk. Before having another go, we painted over them […]
5AP practising our times tables with a game of Kaboom! Practise makes perfect!
Our next topic is the ‘Secret life of Toys’, to start this topic we have been using drama to help us learn the story of the Velveteen Rabbit. We have played lots of drama games and have used our imaginations to act out the story as we have read it.
Some children in Year 2 decorated some cakes as a reward for respecting peoples rights, good turn taking, sharing and kindness. We are very proud of their responsible attitudes. Well done…they look very tasty…Will they last until the end of the day?
This term, we have been focusing on improving Air Quality. We have had Blue Air visit to monitor the air quality in classrooms. They kindly donated and installed air purifiers in 7 of our classrooms, helping us to breathe cleaner air. On the 20th November, the whole of Key Stage 2 visited Regents Place to […]
This week, year 2 visited Regent’s park again to see how the trees have changed since Autumn. It was hard to identify the deciduous trees because they had no leaves on, but it was easy to spot the birds’ nests and squirrel’s dreys! We voted on our favourite tree. The Monkey Puzzle tree got the […]
Yesterday, Year 2 visited Pollock’s Toy Museum to learn about the toys that children had in the past. We noticed that lots of the toys were made from wood or tin. There were toys we recognised like teddies and racing cars and some we hadn’t seen before like the ball and cup and Sooty!
This week Year 2 have had to help clumsy Miss Seton and Miss Banu rewrite their instructions for fruit pizzas as they had accidentally fallen in the shredder and got all jumbled up! Luckily, Year 2 made their own fruit pizzas on Monday and so were experts at writing instructions.