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Welcome to Northfield St Nicholas

We are a very hard working and friendly team who absolutely want the very best educational experience for the children in our care. We have effective teachers who are committed to ensuring and providing high quality learning experiences which enable the children to be reflective learners. Every day, the highest quality feedback from staff ensures our children can develop, practice and apply their skills as well as being challenged to move on and make new learning progress as soon as they are ready to do so.

We have the very highest aspirations for the children in our learning community and set high standards and expectations to challenge our children to be the best learners they can possibly be. We are unwavering in setting high expectations for the conduct of pupils and staff and are uncompromising in our ambition to improve the outcomes for all pupils at our school.

We have a broad and balanced curriculum which inspires our pupils to learn, where safeguarding is effective and pupils are listened to and feel safe. “To keep you safe and to help you learn” is our mantra.

Our school motto – Working together to achieve excellence for all – captures what we hope to facilitate for all our stakeholders, from pupils and their families to our staff and other learning partners in the wider community.

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Panthers had a great day today learning to be pirates!We gave ourselves pirate names, carried out pirate chores, learnt to talk and walk like a pirate and learnt some pirate songs!

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Year 3 Art: We set to work sketching our own ideas, inspired by our environment and our own imaginations. We finalised our designs and then transferred them onto paper cups using black biro- in the style of Chenning Boey.We added a pop of colour to commemorate the pandemic.After creating our own art work, we set up a class art gallery to look at all thedifferent pieces of art. We celebrated the work of our peers by recording what we liked about their work on a post it note.

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The Fit and Fed project run at Northfield during the Easter Holidays for Year 5 and 6 children was a massive success.Well done to all those that took part and a special mention to Suffolk Positive Futures for facilitating this.

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Spaces in our wonderful Early Years Provision are filling up fast for September! Don't miss out on securing a place, it's not too late.www.suffolk.gov.uk/children-families-and-learning/schools/school-places/apply-for-a-primary-schoo...

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Safeguarding - Please see Parent guides for Fortnite, Call of Duty and PEGI ratings. We have had several children in Early Years and KS1 who have informed staff that they are playing games that are not age appropriate. These are all available on our Website Safeguarding Page:-nsnacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/PEGI-games-ratings.pdfnsnacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/fortnite_0-1.pdfnsnacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Call-of-Duty.pdf

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Barracudas designing an image on their papyrus paper.

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Year 4 re-created the music from Joseph using instruments and learnt to sing 'Any Dream Will Do'

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During the day, Year 4 listened to Webber's music and created dance routines, re-told the story of Joseph, re-created the music from Joseph using instruments and learnt to sing 'Any Dream Will Do'

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The Year 4 children had a fantastic day on Tuesday, learning all about Andrew Llyod Webber. We focused our learning on the Musical 'Joseph and the amazing technicolour dream coat'. During the day, we listened to Webber's music and created dance routines, re-told the story of Joseph, re-created the music from Joseph using instruments and learnt to sing 'Any Dream will Do'. Ask your children what they learnt during the day!

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