Premier League referee visits NPS
The whole school thoroughly enjoyed our visit from Premier League referee Michael Oliver. Michael spoke to us about what it is like being a referee, including who his favourite teams and players are! Years 3 to 6 then went on to play football matches refereed by Michael, what an experience that was!
We had a great day, thanks to Michael for taking time out to come and meet us all!
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...
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...
On the last day of Spring term, the travelling theatre company, “Theatre sans Frontieres” visited N.P.S to perform a play in French.
Over the Easter Holidays, Year 6 put their historical skills to the test to create their very own Anderson Shelters and Victory Gardens that link to o...
School begins on Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
The Year 3 and 4 hockey team represented Newcastle at the School Games and finished as Bronze medalists! A huge achievement by this excellent team!
We are incredibly proud of our year 5 and 6 STEM engineers who competed in the regional finals of the Jaguar Primary School Challenge on 26th March. A...
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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.