The school is situated in the centre of the village and is within easy walking distance of the Parish Church (All Saints), the Village Hall, Methodist Chapel and other village amenities. Children from the nearby village of Haselbech and other surrounding villages attend our school. We cater for children aged 4 to 11. The school is an important part of the village community and links are fostered between the churches, community groups and residents, parents and the wider community.
The school was built in 1843. It consists of a school building, a schoolhouse, a modular classroom and library bus. Within the school building are three classrooms and The Hub (our small hall). The school house accommodates the main school office, the Head of School’s office, a meeting room, the school kitchen, The Nurture Room and the staff room.
Outside we have a large enclosed grass paddock with a trim trail, Forest School area, Prayer Shed and a tarmac playground used for PE lessons and play times. We also have a small garden and vibrant astroturf which the children use as part of the outside learning environment.
From 8.50 a.m. teaching staff will be on duty by the classroom entrances at the back of the school to greet the children as they arrive at school.
On arrival at school after 8:50 a.m, children come directly into school, hang up their coat, come into their classroom and settle quietly to their activities.
Children should not be on the school site after 3.40 p.m. unless attending an after school club or in an emergency situation. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children are brought and collected from school on time.
Children in Classes 2 and 3 have a teaching time of 23 hours and 45 minutes per week, excluding Collective Worship. Those in Class 1 have a total teaching time of 22 hours and 30 minutes per week, excluding Collective Worship.
“The Christian values that we particularly encourage are: Joy, Love and Resilience. Love is the cornerstone of all that we do at Naseby CE Primary Academy – the love of God, the love of others and the love of ourselves. “