The pupil premium is a sum of money given to schools each year by the Government to improve outcomes for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Priory currently receives £935 per year for each pupil who is eligible, and the money is spent on trips, music lessons, extra lessons for those children and more! Children who receiveDetails
The parents’ evening for those children starting in Y3 in September will now be on Thursday 29th June at 6pm (and not 6th July as previously published in our recent newsletter). A letter will be sent in the post to parents detailing further information.
Raising Learners is a campaign from Norfolk County Council which is launching this summer to help raise children’s numeracy and literacy levels across the county. It offers lots of ideas, tips, fun games and a competition to help make learning a part of everyday family life and help avoid the learning dip during the summerDetails
On Thursday 27th April, St Nicholas Priory Primary School hosted the an afternoon of science investigation run by Great Yarmouth High School. Other schools in attendance were St George’s Primary School, Alderman Swindell Primary School and Northgate Primary School. The children were given the opportunity to make a mixture from water and cornflour which becameDetails
Young people spend a considerable amount of time online. As a school, we recognise parents’ concerns with safety so we have invited Gooseberry Planet in to deliver a workshop on keeping our young people safe online. This will take place at 9am on Wednesday 3rd May 2017. Statement from Stella James, CEO of GooseberryDetails
On Thursday 30th March, St Nicholas Priory CE VA Primary enjoyed an Easter celebration at the Minster in Great Yarmouth. The service was hosted by Reverend Jemma, from the Minster along with Maria Grimmer and James Little, the Head and Deputy Head from the school as well as children from St Nicholas Priory Primary. Every year group from reception to year 6Details
On behalf of the school’s governing body, it gives me great pleasure to inform you that Mrs Maria Grimmer has been appointed as the permanent Head Teacher of this school with effect from 1st April 2017. I am sure you will join us in wishing her every success in her role as we all workDetails
On Friday, 24th March, we are joining in the national fundraising ‘Red Nose Day.’ Children and staff are invited to wear red on their top half in return for a suggested minimum donation of £1 towards Comic relief. Red noses and face paint are allowed but no hair colours please as we find it oftenDetails