Welcome to North Denes Primary School. We are very proud of all we do at North Denes and strive to provide the best we can for every child in our care.
We believe strongly that a close working partnership with you as parents or carers is absolutely essential –it is of benefit to you, the school and the wider community that we serve and, most of all, to your child. When we all work together, children do best
A recent Ofsted Inspection (March 2014) rated us as ‘Good’ in every area. They wrote:
‘Very strong support is provided for pupils and their families and relationships with parents and carers are good. There is excellent liaison with parents and carers, schools and other agencies, and this is valued highly by the parents concerned… The behaviour of pupils, in lessons and around the school, is good and often excellent. Pupils learn well how to take responsibility for their own actions because they are encouraged to make the right choices… Consistently good and often outstanding teaching challenges pupils particularly well.’
Debbie Whiting (Headteacher)
6th- Pupils return to school
Wow! Wow! Wow! What a fantastic day we have had in year 1! We had the pleasure of visiting Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens today in glorious sunshine. We saw lots of animals, some of our favourite animals were the crocodiles, tigers, red pandas and the macaque monkeys. We learnt all about what kind of habitat […]
Hello! Welcome back to another exciting school year! We have had a fabulous start to year 1 this week. We have been learning about the new classroom, new teacher and new rules! We have been using our outdoor area…we loved the ducks! We have painted our hands, learnt new songs, built with lego and made […]
This afternoon year 1 recreated the Great Fire of London with our own Pudding Lane. We discussed fire safety first and made sure we all stayed behind the safety line. Mrs Pollard was on hand with a fire extinguisher to put it all out safely at the end.
The school has been invited to take part in some exciting research about mental health in schools. The study aims to find the best ways for schools to spot early signs of children’s emotional health difficulties, and is called ‘DEAL’, which stands for ‘Developing Early identification and Access in Learning Environments’. The study hopes to contribute important information about […]
In September we will be opening our Nursery class for 3 and 4 year olds. Please contact the school office for more information or to apply for a place.