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An archive of news stories from Newington Green Primary School

Attendance and Punctuality

The two winning classes for attendance this academic year are Pine class 97.4% and Cedar class 97.7% . Well done to everyone who attended every day and on time. Well done to Mulberry class who had 38 lates over the whole academic school year.  


This week we have given out 285 Golds and 301 Silvers. Well done to all those who learned and behaved fantastically this week.  

Winners of the Parent Governor Ballot

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Parent Governor ballot was counted on Monday and the winning parents are: Vassilis Monastiriotis (who is the parent of Ioanna and Dimitris Monastiriotis) Semhar Tesfagiorgis (the parent of Dejen and Mellae McDonald) and Amber Munir (who…

Improving Provision at Newington Green

Dear Parents, Thank you for all your support during this year.  I have had the opportunity to talk to many of you, and I know that you are very pleased with the progress your children are making. This year, you as parents, have given us feedback which…

Summer Fair

Thank you all for your support last Saturday at the summer fair, the PTA really appreciated all the time you all gave up in making this year’s fair even better than last years. Please click here to see some fun images of our summer fair…

Science Competition

The winners of the Science competition are Debrah (Y6), Amatallah (Y5), Javiera (Y4) and Evie (Y2). They have won the home learning competition. Well done to everyone who took part  


This week we have given out 365 Golds and 342 Silvers. Well done to all those who learned and behaved fantastically this week.  

Attendance and Punctuality

Well done to Holly class who have achieved 98.9% attendance this week and Rowan class who achieved 97.5%. Well done to Oak, Maple, Rowan, Mulberry and Ash class who have achieved only no lates this week.  

Cirque Du Respect

Last week all pupils in KS2 worked together to produce a fantastic performance called Cirque Du Respect.  This was supported by a charity, Arts Insight. Many of you may have been unable to come in person to view the performance and see the work which…