Our main aims at NPS are:
- To create a friendly, caring community where every individual is valued.
- To encourage pupils to reach their full potential in all aspects of life.
- To work in partnership with parents, nurturing and leading pupils towards a lifelong love of learning.
A school charter produced by children and staff working together ensures that all members of the NPS community uphold the same values.
Our charter at NPS:
We believe that:
- everyone in our School should feel happy and safe
- everyone in our School has a right to learn
- everyone in our School is important
- everyone in our School can succeed
- everyone in our School is a problem solver
NPS is a forward looking school which consequently never stands still. New resources, methods of teaching, learning opportunities, an ever increasing range of visits and activities are ways that NPS continues to provide the very best in primary education.
Ms Coleman, Head Teacher
On Tuesday the children from Reception and Years 1-4 were treated to a day with Radio 4 Presenter, Zeb Soanes. He talked about his incredible first...
The sun has shone this week for our Year 1 and 4 Buddy trips where children enjoyed a range of activities with their older or younger friends.
Year 4, 5 and 6 rounders teams all enjoyed their matches against Durham High School for Girls. There was some fantastic batting from Mabel , Callisto ...
Our young map reading runners had a great day at the recent Northumbrian Schools Orienteering Championships at Plessey Woods Country Park. Everyone in...
The Egypt Topic has gripped Year 4 who have learned lots and produced some fabulous work. They have undertaken research, explored maps and created pyr...
Our Year 5 and 6 teams had a brilliant time at the national final for the Jaguar Primary School Challenge in Warwick. The children spent a lot of time...
Sunday 19th May brought another successful Greggs Cancer run in which the children, parents and staff of NPS were out in their masses to support the g...
On Tuesday 14th May, the sun was shining brightly as Year 2 travelled to Souter Lighthouse to enrich their topic on lighthouses.
Year 2 enjoyed a wet but wonderful trip to Rainton Meadows. We participated in a range of activities including: habitat exploring, pond-dipping and a ...
We are delighted to invite all those new parents joining school to a Welcome Morning on Friday 10th May at 9.30-10.30am Here parents will have the opp...
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Our recent Regulatory and Compliance Inspection was another success with NPS meeting every standard and therefore being fully compliant .
Read our 2017 inspection report (pdf document) from the Independent Schools Inspectorate.