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Welcome to Newsham Primary School
Our website aims to provide you with up to date information about our school vision, general organisation and curriculum activities. We also want children, parents, our wider community and new visitors to have a window into all that we do and are so proud of here at Newsham. If parents/carers would like more detailed information about the curriculum we offer at Newsham please do not hesitate to get in touch with us through the contact information at the bottom of this page.  Please take time to explore our website and do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to visit our school. I know you will be warmly welcomed by everyone involved in the life of our school.

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Half Term

School closes today at 3.15pm for half term and will reopen to children on Tuesday, 25th February.

Please remember that school is closed on Monday 24th February for staff training. I hope everyone enjoys a happy, relaxing and safe half Read more...

Y3 Assembly

Well done to our children in Y3 for sharing their learning with parents and carers during their assembly yesterday. I was disappointed to be at a conference and therefore missed the event but I have already heard some lovely feedback and I am Read more...

Half Term

Just a quick announcement to provide a reminder for our families about the half term break and that is approaching.

School will close at 3.15pm on Friday, 14th February and will reopen to children on Tuesday, 25th February.

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Author in Residence

We were delighted to welcome Dan Smith, a well-known children’s author into school this week. He worked with Y4 pupils and they were completely inspired by both his presence and his work.

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Swimming

Please note that swimming continues after half term for Submarines class however, lessons will now return to Blyth Sports Centre as the work on the swimming pool facilities there has now been completed to a point that enables the pool to be open. Read more...