Schools are all about putting children first. At Northern Saints our aim is to secure the very best outcomes for children so that everyone can achieve their fullest potential.
As a Church of England school we are committed to offering children an encounter with Christianity, enhancing their lives and enabling them to thrive.
Parents who send their child to Northern Saints will not be disappointed. We look smart and we think smart! Our school embraces excellence and academic rigour within the wider framework of our six firm foundations. Our KS2 results are always well above average but results aren’t everything. We believe we are a top performing school because our dynamic curriculum and caring staff team place emphasis on learning from first-hand experience, learning more and remembering more. This curriculum approach suits our children best and our intent is that by studying at Northern Saints your child will become creative, capable, competent, confident and compassionate; they will be well prepared for their next phase of education and working life. A great way to find out about our learning is to view our TWITTER account @nsprimary. Or have a look at our curriculum page from the drop down menu above.
If you want your child to join us, would like to work with us or just need a coffee and a chat then please contact my P.A. Dionne Hall Dionne.firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch.
OUR ETHOS AND VALUES
Based on our desire to enable our pupils to encounter Jesus, we teach the values of Faith, Hope, Love, Courage, Trust, Forgiveness, Peace, Truth, Compassion, Respect, Service, Responsibility, Kindness, Honesty and Integrity.
Our latest National Society Statutory Inspection where the school was judged to be outstanding as a Church School can be found by clicking on this link. Northern Saints Religious Inspection Report
AN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL
Our SEN Information Report NSP 2018 and our SEN and Disability Policy give clear indications of what we offer and how we fulfil statutory requirements. Our Disability-Equality-Scheme and Accessibility Plan demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that disabled staff, visitors and pupils are increasingly supported.
For any complaints regarding SEND, please see Page 15 in the following link http://www.nsprimary.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/SEND-Policy.pdf
OUR PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
We know that we need to continue improving our work to give our children the very best start in life. Click here for a summary of our 5 year strategy and school improvement plan
Our main office contacts for members of the public are:
Linzi Tomlin: School Business Manager
Lynn Nichols: Administrator
Dionne Hall : PA to the Head Teacher
Gabby Gregory: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Lead
Please call or write to the school using the contact details at the bottom of the page or contacts above.
If you require a paper copy of any of the information on the website please contact us for your free of charge copy.
Please open the blog and click on the link below. Parent pupil survey results
New term dates are available for the academic year 2019-20. Please click on more info and click on the link below.
Our new 5 year strategy and one year school improvement is here. It is still in draft format but we have further updated it to incorporate Governing Body views following our recent strategy day. We are interested to hear what parents and our school community think about our ideas and whether or not we should change anything. School Improvement Plan- draft 2018 If you want to make some comments please complete the…