Please click below to enter the home Learning site for North Denes Primary school. It is a collection of learning activities we expect our pupils to complete while learning from home.
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!
Government Initiatives IQ recognizes North Denes Primary School as a Top Performing and Improving School (click Here)
Those who are returning next week will have already received information by email. Groups are now set up so we cannot add any additional children to groups without 2 weeks’ notice because staffing and groupings (bubbles) are all arranged. Any further requests for children to return to school would have to go to email@example.com. […]
There will be no changes around school being open until we have further guidance from the Government, Department for Education and Norfolk County Council. There is a lot of planning to do over the next 3 weeks. Only key worker children and vulnerable families already booked in should be in school today
Dear Parents/carers, I hope you are all well and coping as well as you can with the current ‘lockdown’ situation. At times. it feels unreal and I wonder both how long it will continue and how we will return to something near normality. I really hope that schools will be able to open safely, before […]
Dear Parents/carers, We finally received some guidance about the purchase of Free School Meal vouchers today! As you know, we have already given out vouchers to those who are entitled because we thought that you shouldn’t have to wait! The guidance states that each child will get £3.00 a day which is more than the […]
Dear Parent I am writing to you as you have either requested a critical worker childcare place or have a child who is defined as vulnerable. The Local Authority has issued further guidance based on the latest government advice. The key message is that in-school provision is only for those families who really cannot keep their […]