The children at Netley Nursery are 3 and 4 years old. While thinking about exciting journeys, their interests turned to space adventure. We have taken a keen interest in Tim Peake. Our favourite things have been watching him drink water in space and complete his first space walk. The children have many, many questions that we would […]
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.
When we come back to school on Monday, we will be dancing to Thriller for our morning’s Wake Up Shake Up in the playground. Year 6 have choreographed some dance moves and will be showing it to the rest of the school. Watch the video to get a head start!
This week some of the code club coders got to test out the BBC micro:bit. The micro:bit is a pocket sized, fully programmable computer that can be used for all sorts of cool creations, from writing LED messages to using the motion sensors to display icons – the possibilities are endless. This tiny device is […]
Last week Netley’s young ambassadors journeyed to London City Hall and represented Camden at the Team London Young Leaders Conference. On the day, our Leaders were asked to brainstorm their thoughts on the social issues facing Camden and consider what could be done to begin to resolve them. They then presented their initial ideas to […]
This week we have been practicing our long multiplication and short division skills. We’ve been marking our own work, finding our mistakes, and challenging ourselves so that we can achieve more. Some of us even asked to stay in at playtime to finish their tough maths challenge
In Year 5 we have been using our ‘Netley Detective’ skills not only in guided reading but also in English! We’ve been using our chunking skills and our skills of inference to decipher the meanings in the ‘Just So’ stories by Rudyard Kipling who has inspired us to create our own stories. Watch this space…