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An archive of news stories from Newington Green Primary School

Proposed budget cuts

Proposed budget cuts will have a significant impact on our school and Inner London.  Proposals, if they go ahead will mean significant job losses, and a reduction in our ability to provide a high quality education for pupils. For more information please see:​


Year 3, 4 and 5 Spanish Over the last few weeks, children in years 3, 4 and 5 have been talking about clothes in Spanish.  Some are designing their ideal school uniforms or football kits and describing them.  Ask your child about these words to…

Term time holidays are not authorised

Reminder term time holidays are not authorised. Should you choose to take your child away during term time or return late back to school after a school holiday you may be liable to incur a Penalty Notice issued by the Local Authority. This could cost…

Red Nose Day

Friday the 24th March is Red Nose Day. There will be a range of fundraising events in school. Details to be released next week.


  March 31st Easter Bonnet Competition/Jumble Sale and a raffle to win a big chocolate egg. May 19th Charity Tea Party to raise money for a chosen charity. July 7th School Disco July 14th Non Uniform Day July 15th Summer Fair Please support the PTA…

School Buddy event on 14th March

Highbury Grove Secondary School will holding a School Buddy event on 14th March at 4 o’clock, where we will pair up Year 6 students with a Year 7 student who can answer any questions and be a friendly face in the transition process.

Spanish Breaktime Club

This week’s gold card winners were Evie and Zahra in Phase 1 and Milan and Demi in Phase 2.  Look out for Janet in the playground on Monday and Tuesday mornings to join in the activities.

Our Growth Mindset Charter

At Newington Green …. We understand that we can train our brains and make them grow. We love challenges and are always looking for ways to improve. We are not scared of mistakes, because we know they help us learn. We are not afraid to…