FoNS are having a quiz night on Friday 6th October in the school hall. Please see the poster for further details.
On 27th September our caterers, Chartwells, will be providing a special menu to celebrate Harvest time. Please see the poster for information.
We are looking for a PSA to join our friendly and valued team. This role will require you to work closely with parents/carers and children within our school to support their evolving additional needs. You will be required to provide one-to-one support to these families and liaise with outside agencies to extend this support. The role will include supporting our SENCo with SEN administration, which requires the undertaking of processing correspondence and documentation within established systems.
Please click the documents below for further details.
We are looking for an MDSA to join our friendly and valued team to help supervise the children during lunch. You will be required to encourage positive play and activities both on the playground and indoors on wet days.
Please see the attached documents for further details.
Our Early Years team has been awarded The Bristol Standard Quality Improvement for birth to 5 certificate. This confirms that our early years practice is outstanding and thanks must go to Mrs Pillinger and her team. The validation panel were extremely impressed with their submission and how it captured the essence of the wonderful learning opportunities for children in our Reception class.
We are delighted to announce that the children of Neston Primary School raised a staggering £796.00 from the Readathon! This is a fantastic achievement...Well Done!!
A fabulous event raising lots of money for school playtime. An amazing £297.15 was collected. The costumes were colourful and delightful and below are some photos of the day.
Our Quadkids A team did themselves proud at the Wiltshire Swindon School Games at Marlborough College on 5.07.17. With the combined points of the 4 events (75m, standing long jump, Vortex ball throw and 600m) Finn, Sam, Martha, Gina-Mae, May, Lenny and Tom all achieved a silver ESAA award, while Zoe, Lauren and Ben all achieved a gold award. The following athletes were within the top 20 of all competitors in the following events: Finn in the 600m (10th); Ben in the throw (16th); Lauren in the sprint (18th), Martha in the throw (18th) and Zoe in the jump (5th), the throw (10th) and the 600m (12th). Zoe was our highest placed athlete, coming 7th in overall points out of all 73 girls! Full results can be found at http://www.quadkids.org/Wiltshire.
The photos below (click on each to see the next) were taken at the Level 2 qualifying event (yellow Neston team tops) and at the Level 3 WSSG (green tops). Many thanks to Rod and Penney Ellis for these images!
We currently have an excellent opportunity for a School Business Manager to join a dedicated and friendly team in a thriving village primary school. You will have responsibility for leading, but not limited to, Finance, HR, Building Management, Health and Safety and IT infrastructure at the school and it is an exciting opportunity to join the school's Strategic Leadership Team, making significant contributions towards strategic decision-making.
Please click on the links below to view the application pack:-
Our School Council have arranged a dress up day, to raise funds for the school, for £1. Dress up as either a mermaid, merman or pirate. We will be having a picnic lunch so bring your own or order a school picnic by clicking here.
Congratulations to all of our Team A and B athletes who took part in a Quadkids Level 2 event at Bath University track on 26.06.17. They all participated in a 75m sprint, a 600m middle distance run, a Vortex ball throw, a standing long jump and an 8 x 50m relay. There were many pbs but special mentions goes to Zoe Stansfield-Cox who was the highest scoring girl overall and there were 21 teams taking part!!! The B team is looking forward to taking part again next year while the A team are now gearing up to compete at Marlborough College on 5.07.17.
Rather ironically, the E-Safety magazine email notifications were being redirected to our junk mail folder! So here we have June's issue and hope you will find the previous issues useful too (see other blog posts)
This month includes:
- Removing access to keep children safe?
- Apps: Snapchat
- What is a digital footprint?
- Critical Thinking
- Ditto - Youtube history
Please click here to download the issue
This month is a bumper issue, looking at a diverse range of topics such as:
- Social media
- Parental engagement
- and much more, including an exclusive interview from a female gamer who gives us some insights into her online experiences in the gaming world.
Please click here to download
Well done to all of the Neston Team - children, staff and parents, for all participating in making our 2017 School Games Day a brilliant success, despite the occasional downpours. Everyone enjoyed themselves and tried their best. This year it was the Blue Team who gained the most points - congratulations! Our top Y3/4 middle distance runners were: Billy (1st back in the long run), Tim (2nd), James P (3rd) and James F (4th). Our fastest Y5/6 runners were: Finn (1st), Ben (2nd), Zoe S-C (3rd) and Izzy R (4th).
This year's Great Neston Ride will take place on Friday 16th June - Tickets are available from class representatives or at the school gates
All of the children in KS2 enjoyed our annual intra-school cricket competition on the beautiful, sunny morning of Thursday 18.05.17. Again, members of our School Games Crew were brilliant at sorting and organising our teams and supporting the younger children. All of the matches were incredibly exciting and close - with only a few runs between each. It was hard for the adults to choose who demonstrated the best team spirit but in the end it was decided that the Yellow Team were the most deserving of the fair play commendation! Well done everyone!
Well done to our Y5/6 lacrosse team for playing in 5 exciting matches against other schools in our cluster. We won 2, drew 2, lost one and ended up tied with our hosts, Colerne, for second place. Martha was our top goal scorer with 5 goals and Milo scored 4! Everyone demonstrated super sportspersonship, with Lenny being particularly outstanding in this respect!