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.
Today 5KA explored the meaning of the word submission and how that applies to us in a variety of contexts. We created posters showing how Muslims may show submission to their God. Here you can see the start of our incredible art work!
In the final week of the half term Year 5 visited the ‘Wonder Lab’ at the Science Museum. A wonderful time was had by all in this truly innovative, hands on exhibition. We learnt about forces in a fun way. While we were there we saw Tim Peake’s shuttle which Mr Cox found extremely exciting! […]
During Science week at Netley year 4 visited the WonderLab at the Science Museum in Kensington. They thought like a scientist discovering the beauty of the earth and it’s associated science and maths that shape their everyday lives. If you get a chance please visit this experience which will ignite your child’scuriosity, fuel your imagination and inspire you to […]
In Year 2 we had the chance to become Scientists and Programmers all in one day as part of STEAM week. This morning we had a visitor from The Francis Crick Institute of Science. Andy from Crick taught us all about The Journey of the Germ. We became doctors and got to use a stethoscope […]
A group of year 4 children along with Mr Ali and Miss Grace went to see an immersive interactive exhibition at the Pace Gallery. The children were amazed by the digital waterfall flowing down the wall and continuing onto the floor while butterflies flew and flowers grew around them. Created by teamLab, a Japanese group […]
On Thursday this week, year 4 went back to Regent’s Park to have a look at how the trees have changed now that it is winter. We observed that although the deciduous trees, like the horse chestnut trees, have lost their leaves; the evergreen trees, like the monkey puzzle tree and the cedar tree, still look […]
In the spirit of STEAM week year 5 had a fabulous time being scientists at the Francis Crick Institute. Children engaged in exciting experiments, learning more about Chemistry and building their own electric circuits.
Wow! What great work we’ve been doing these past few weeks! Willow class have been working on pre-writing and writing skills this week. We all worked on individual targets linked to our jungle theme. Some children would choose an animal symbol before making good attempts to draw. Next the adult will ask ‘What did you draw?’. […]
Year 2 have been really busy this week with a trip to the Pollack Museum of Toys and to the Science Museum. The Toy Museum helped us learn all about Victorian toys for our history project. As part of STEAM week we took a trip to the Science Museum. We loved the Wonder Lab, especially trying […]