children sat in Church listening to a presentation
six children holding certificates as readers of the week

Halloween Charity Cake Sale – Can You Help?

The school council will be having a spooky Halloween cake sale at break time on Friday 22nd October to raise money for Dementia UK. Cakes will cost 50p each. Donations of cakes to sell would be amazing please. If you could drop your donations into the school office on the morning of 22nd they would be gratefully received. Here’s a few ideas you could copy:

Newsletter – 13 Oct 2021

There is such a feel of Autumn in the air! The trees in our school grounds are spectacular colours and it has been a pleasure discussing the change of seasons with the children We are looking forward to Harvest service tomorrow for KS2 in the church lead by Year 4 and hearing them sing their…

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Newsletter – 6 Oct 2021

What a fun-packed week it’s been! Children in Y5 and Y6 heave really impressed us with their progress in swimming. They have shown great determination and perseverance in swimming lessons. It has been lovely to see them enjoying the water after lockdown restrictions. We were delighted that so many of our old Y6’s (who are…

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Newsletter – 29 Sept 2021

What a mixture of weather we’ve had this week. The heavy rain on Tuesday didn’t deter Year 2 from venturing out on their welly walk. They had great fun learning about geography and biology as well as jumping in and out of puddles! Year 3 and Year 4 enjoyed their first chess lessons this week….

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Year 4 are caught in an air raid!!

We started our WW2 topic by imagining that we were children living during this time. We closed our eyes and imagined that we were going to the greengrocers to buy an orange (something we hadn’t seen for a while!). Suddenly, an air raid siren sounded so we had to find shelter! We went to the…

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Newsletter – 22 Sept 2021

It has been lovely learning all about the wonderful experiences Year 5 had on residential. The big swing sounded particularly challenging. In school, we are focusing on reading. Please remember to listen to your child read aloud everyday no matter how old they are. One of the consequences of lockdown as the children weren’t in…

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Newsletter – 15 Sept 2021

We waved a very excited Y5 off this morning as they set off for Liddington for their Residential. If you would like to see how they are getting on, please follow them on the blog (details in the newsletter). Download this week’s newsletter: 15th Sept 2021  

Newsletter – 8 Sept 2021

A very warm welcome back. The children have returned to school full of energy and enthusiasm and have started their learning with gusto! We are looking forward to welcoming our new Reception intake next week. Download this week’s newsletter: 8th Sept 2021  

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to school. We hope you all had a lovely summer holiday. We have reverted to normal start and finish times now: School doors will be open at 8.40 with all children expected to be in school by 8.50. Children will come out of school at 3.15. We would ask that parents/carers continue to…

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Pre-Loved School Uniform available

Kids grow so quickly and we know how expensive new school uniform can be, so our wonderful PTFA (Parents, Teachers and Friends Association) have a stock of pre-loved school uniform to help you out. All we ask is just £1 per item as a minimum donation. Join the Families of Nailsworth Primary School Facebook page,…

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