Nether Kellet Community Primary School

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6th April 20


Our School


Thank you for your patience and understanding during what has been a very challenging week for all of us. 

Our primary form of communicating new information to you will now be both on here and on the school Facebook pages. Whole school information will be posted on this homepage but specific class information will be on the class pages, under the tab 'Our Learning' (see left). We have two facebook areas. We have a public school page. That page really celebrates what we are doing in school (or at the moment, what we are learning at home!). I will share some photos of good examples of home learning to that page. The second area on Facebook is a closed group called Nether Kellet Primary School. That is really a community area for us all to share ideas and help each other. People often ask questions on there and other parents answer. Recently, parents have been sharing links for different ideas out there for home learning. 

If you have questions for us you have two options. Firstly, you can email the class teachers directly (see class pages for email addresses). Secondly, you can call school. Health allowing, there will always be teachers in school who can help. 

Please be patient with us. We will continue to do our best to support you and your child through this as much as we can.

Follow 'Our Learning' and click on the relevant class to find a range of resources for children to complete at home. Click on the 'Home Learning' tab to see photos of all the wonderful learning that has been happening at home.


Photos of the wonderful learning that has been happening at home can be found by following the home learning tab.

Our guitar tutor, Pete, has sent through the following information for children who normally have guitar lessons with him in school. Please see the document attached.

Attached you will find a letter with details regarding the school closure. Please read this letter carefully.

Here you will find local community support information for Covid-19

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"The school is extremely well led and managed, the high quality teaching ensures that pupils learn extremely well. The headteacher, staff and governors have high ambitions and are committed to achieving the best outcomes for all pupils. Pupils get on very well with one another, and there are excellent relationships between pupils and staff. There is a very calm, orderly and happy atmosphere." Ofsted 2014