Welcome to Neasden Primary School

 



A warm welcome

Hello and welcome to our school website. It is my pleasure to introduce you to Neasden Primary School.

I hope you find the information in this site interesting and helpful for you and your child.

All of the staff and governors work extremely hard and are fully committed to the education of your child.

We realise that each child is a special individual. We want children to be successful, to enjoy their time in school and feel safe and secure. We are concerned about all aspects of your child’s development and shall do our utmost to help each child progress towards their individual potential.

We like the positive benefits that a small school brings particularly the family atmosphere, the responsibility that the older children have for the younger ones and the shared working that is possible in mixed classes.

Our open door policy is based upon welcoming parents and promoting a partnership with parents, carers and the local community. It means that parents can pop into school at an appropriate time and speak to the class teacher or to myself about any concerns they may have or simply to find out some information.

During your child’s time here we hope you will come to regard the school as your school and that your family’s involvement with the school will be positive.

Mrs N Loten
Headteacher



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The aims of our school

Our vision is to provide a secure and happy environment in which every child can achieve his or her highest standards across all areas of school life: academic, creative, sporting and social.

In order to do this we will:

Provide a broad, balanced and stimulating curriculum,
encouraging pupils to:

  • Develop lively, enquiring, imaginative and creative minds;
  • Have high expectations of themselves;
  • Develop confidence in their own abilities;
  • Value, respect and support others by promoting a positive and responsible attitude.
We offer pupil opportunities to develop skills and interests that will enable them to enjoy and make the best use of their work and leisure time.

We support the best interests of the children through effective communication and consultation with the parents and the wider community.



Latest News

3D Walkthrough – Exciting developments

Our plans for the new, state of the art building have government approval in principle but we would like to get your views on the project.

The project involves the construction of a new building and the demolition of the […]

Dragons Den

Budding entrepreneurs on the School Council invited teaching staff to a Dragons Den style interview where they each had three minutes to pitch for investment in a product to make and sell for the School Christmas Fair.

The bids have […]

It’s party time….

Class Christmas parties will be held on the afternoon of Thursday 18th December. The children will need to come to school in the morning in their school uniform, and can change into their party clothes at lunch time. They […]

World Wars Day 2014

The children had a World War themed day. The purpose of the day was to promote the children’s awareness of the 2 World Wars.

Two Normandy veterans visited the school for the day and educated the children on what it […]

Halloween disco

The Halloween Disco took place on Tuesday 21st November . The children came dressed in Halloween costumes and practiced their scary dance moves .

There was a Key Stage 1 disco and a Key Stage 2 disco both of which […]

Roman Day

Years 3 & 4  found out what it was like to live in Roman Times. Horrible Histories came and did a workshop with the children where they had the opportunity to dress up in Roman clothes, handle artefacts from […]