Netley is a happy, rights respecting school.

Everyone takes steps to better themselves and their community, as they become responsible, global citizens.

Message from the Executive Headteacher

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. We are excited to enhance our offer with a new centre for two year olds and the recent completion of our STEM Lab.


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Bavaani Nanthabalan

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KS1 Sports Day!

It was KS1 Sports Day this week, and Year 2 got their house colours on and headed over to Regent’s Park for a day of exciting events! There was an egg and spoon race, obstacle course, team relay, and arrowball throw, as well as many more! Everyone in Year 2 really tried their best and […]


Reception visit Kentish Town City Farm

Yesterday RVD took the bus to Kentish Town City Farm, where we met horses, pigs, goats, sheep, cows, chickens and donkeys. We learned lots about how and why the different animals are kept, and also their technical names. Did you know that ‘cockerel’ is the British English way of saying ‘rooster’, or that a male […]


Eid Mubarak from Nursery

This week we have been learning about Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Some of the children in our class have talked about how they will celebrate Eid with their families and we have made Eid cards to take home. We are also looking forward to having our Eid party next week. This has allowed us to share the value of having different faiths because some […]


Climbing frame fun in our EYFS garden

We have been making the most of the warmer weather by spending lots and lots of time climbing, balancing and making large scale constructions in our amazing EYFS garden. The big climbing frame and lovely heavy big blocks are great for getting us to challenge ourselves and helping our muscles to grow strong.


Shadow Puppet Theatres!

Year 3 have been making shadow puppet theatres in science to help them understand light and dark and how shadows are formed! They observed how the size and length of the shadow changed as the they moved the light source closer and further away.