Parent Governor Election - 8th September 2023
School's Governing Body has two vacancies for parent governors and is therefore looking for two parents who have children at the school. The term ‘parent’ relates to any person who has ‘parental responsibility’ as defined by the Section 576 of the Education Act 1996...
A note from Mrs Sanderson, our new Headteacher - 5th September 2023
It is a privilege to introduce myself as the new Headteacher of North Clifton Primary School. When I first visited, I was immediately struck by the school’s welcoming, nurturing, family environment and meeting your children when visiting the school has been an absolute pleasure.
Newark Book Festival - 26th May 2023
Newark Book Festival and Author Visit to the Owls
Our work with Newark Book Festival is continuing this term, with our entries for a creative writing competition about our local area. Entries will be exhibited at the Book Festival in Newark from 6th-9th July 2023...
Scarlet Fever and Group A Streptococcus Infections - 9th December 2022
You will be aware of the coverage in the media concerning the increase in cases of both Scarlet Fever and Group A streptococcus infections, also known as Group A strep, strep A or GAS. Group A strep is a common bacteria, which many of us carry in our throats and on our skin. It doesn’t always result in illness, but it can cause infections, some mild and some more serious.
A big thank you! - 24th February 2023
We are slowly building up our ICT equipment which gets a lot of use in a wide variety of subjects, and are delighted to have received a recent donation from Holly’s Dad in the form of a ‘visualiser’. This will enable teaching staff to better share books, documents, writing and animation from their desk with pupils on the whiteboards. A huge thank you to Mr Gibson...
Planetarium Visit - 13th January 2023
The Universe itself visited us on Friday in the form a giant inflatable ‘pod’ that must have filled over half of the The Den! StarLincs visited us with their portable Planetarium giving the children a whistle-stop tour of the universe. We all thoroughly enjoyed the event, which was imaginative and extremely informative and our thanks goes to the Susanna Hall Charity, whose donation to school funds enabled us to make this happen.