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  • S4K Early Risers Club

    Published 04/01/22

    Sport4Kids are delighted to confirm that the S4K Early Risers Club will be returning to Northmead Junior School from Thursday 6th January 2022 ! Parents/Guardians will be able to let S4K coaches know each day whether they would like their son/daughter to receive a healthy and nutritious breakfast served by the S4K team. Each morning, cereal (non-sugary) and toast with spread (jam or marmite) will be available as part of the S4K Early Risers Club. There is no additional cost for this extra service.

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  • Newsletter- Issue 7

    Published 18/01/22

    Happy New Year to you all! I hope you were able to enjoy some time with friends and family over Christmas and your plans were not too disrupted by covid isolation. It has been good to welcome everyone back to what feels like a more settled and normal start to the term. We have been able to return to lower and upper school assemblies as well as children eating together in the dining hall and year groups being able to play together at break and lunch times. Day visits for year groups have been planned to enhance learning in History and Geography. Year 3 are going to RHS Wisley on Thursday where they will study the tropical climate zone and plants growth.

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  • NST proudly presents an evening of live comedy

    Published 11/01/22

    As previously advertised, we will be holding a Comedy Night at the Electric Theatre on Thur 10 Feb. We could all do with a laugh right!!

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  • After School Clubs

    Published 06/01/22

    Here is our after school club timetable. This timetable will start on Monday 10th January 2022.

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  • December Reading Newsletter

    Published 14/12/21

    Phonics  - This year, the Department for Education has brought in some changes that will impact the teaching of phonics in school, as well as the phonic books and resources that will be needed to support it. The government, by ensuring high-quality phonics teaching, wants to improve literacy levels to:

    • Give all children a solid base upon which to build as they progress through their schooling
    • Help children to develop the habit of reading widely and often, for both pleasure and information
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  • NST Christmas Raffle

    Published 03/12/21

    Christmas Raffle

    Everyone should have received 2 books of raffle tickets home with their child. If for you any reason you haven’t, or you would like some more, please get in touch via our facebook page or email

    The deadline for returns is Fri 10th Dec and the draw will take place on Mon 13th Dec. Please pop your envelope inside our NST post box at the end of the driveway.

    Please see the attached list of prizes we have so far. A huge thank you to all our wonderful donators, it really is very much appreciated.

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  • Newsletter - Issue 5

    Published 30/11/21

    #UniteTheUniforms for the @999Cenotaph On Friday 3rd December 2021

    Schools, colleges and universities across the UK have been invited to hold a non-uniform day in honour of the millions of people who have served in the NHS and emergency services. Northmead School will be taking part as a mark of respect. Pupils are invited to wear the colours of the emergency services - red, blue, orange and green and to donate £1 towards the UK’s first ‘Emergency Services Cenotaph’. More information about this non-uniform day, supported by HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge can be found on the school web page.

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  • Unite The Uniforms

    Published 26/11/21

    On Friday 3rd December 2021, schools, colleges, and universities across the UK are being invited to hold a unique non-uniform day in honour of the millions of people who have served in the NHS and emergency services. This is part of a campaign called #UniteTheUniforms for the @999Cenotaph.

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  • November Reading Newsletter

    Published 16/11/21

    Reading Together in Families Counts! In this newsletter we have previously explored the importance of reading aloud to your child, even when your child can read independently themselves. 

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  • Newsletter - Issue 4

    Published 09/11/21

    Parent consultation evenings These will be held virtually on Wednesday 17th November and Thursday 18th November. Mr Kemp will be holding his second evening on Tuesday 16th November due to taking a team of girls to a football match. Details have been sent out via Parentmail.

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  • October Reading Newsletter

    Published 21/10/21

    Year 6 were overwhelmingly excited about becoming junior librarians and helping out in the library. The badges have been ordered and will be awarded by Mrs Brown as soon as they arrive! The children are working in the library on a rota basis, which means the library is open every day before school from 8.30 and at lunchtime, for all children to change their books.

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  • Travelling Book Fair

    Published 05/10/21

    From the 12th – 19th of October we will be hosting a Scholastic Travelling Book Fair. The commission from sales at the fair allows us to purchase new books for the library and class reading lessons, so every book you buy helps us. There are lots of exciting new titles on sale as outlined in the brochure attached to this parent mail.

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