Welcome To North Denes Primary School

Welcome to North Denes Primary School! Our school is a place where pupils, parents, staff and community come together as one school ‘family’. From nursery through to year 6, all children benefit from our long experience in providing what every child needs to succeed and enjoy school life.

We ‘go the extra mile’ to ensure that our children achieve as well as they possibly can; are happy and safe and become well-rounded caring citizens. Our last Ofsted inspection (July 2018) rated the school as ‘Outstanding’ for Leadership and ‘Good’ in all other areas. The report states:

‘The school provides a safe, nurturing and aspirational environment that supports pupils very well. Pupils’ well-being is at the heart of all that leaders and teachers do. As a result, pupils are given excellent support to be successful learners….Every pupil’s success is at the heart of all that the school does. Senior leaders have high expectations of learning and achievement, and provide exceptional care and welfare for pupils and their families….Teachers are explicitly teaching the skills needed to achieve the highest standards. Rising numbers of pupils are achieving greater depth at the end of key stage 2. High quality work was clearly evident in pupils’ exercise books.’

We are proud of our school and welcome all who join us!

Debbie Whiting

Head Teacher

 

Government Initiatives IQ recognizes North Denes Primary School as a Top Performing and Improving School (click Here)

Welcome To North Denes Primary School

Latest News

  • Morgan Sindall

    Morgan Sindall

    Please see below for the latest Newsletters from Morgan Sindall regarding the building works. Newsletter 1 Newsletter 2

  • Britannia Pier 2019

    Britannia Pier 2019

    North Denes Dancers rocked at the recent Britannia Pier GY7 Cluster event. Their hard work and dedication shone through with and outstanding performance.  

  • Key Stage 2 Choir

    Key Stage 2 Choir

    The Key Stage 2 Choir gave a fantastic performance of Oasis’ ‘Don’t look back in Anger’ at the GY7 Cluster Britannia Pier Show. Unfortunately we have a large number of pupils in the choir who cannot have photographs on the website.  However, we have uploaded their wonderful singing for you.

  • On Monday all of KS2 had a science assembly, it was conducted by Cambridge Science  and was based  around the topic of space. Some of the children got to take part in a space workshop afterwards.

  • Science Week 2019!

    Science Week 2019!

        All week throughout the school we have been celebrating Science week! Have a look at the pictures to see what we’ve been up to.