From September 1st 2012, all schools need to present specified information to website visitors. This same information must also be available in hard copy to school visitors on request. The information will be updated at least once per term. We are now collating this information and it can be found under the appropriate headings below.
The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:
Mrs Louise Cook
Head of School
Naseby CE Primary Academy
Northamptonshire NN6 6BZ
Telephone Number: 01604 740540
Mrs. Williams, based at Naseby C of E Primary School
Telephone Number: 01604 740540
Click here for information on our Safeguarding Policy
Click here for information on Admission arrangements for our school. We very much welcome visits from prospective parents. Please ring Mrs Whatton in the school office to arrange an appointment.
The school currently has a Published Admission Number of 12, meaning that 12 places are available for Reception aged children each year.
The school is subject to the Community Primary Schools Rural Admission Criteria. The school’s Linked Area includes the villages of Naseby and Haselbech. In reality the school also admits children from outside this linked area.
Click here for our proposed admissions arrangements for 2021
Our Prospectus is presented throughout this website.
Ofsted & SIAMs
Parent View gives you the chance to tell us what you think about your child’s school and asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Click here to visit the Ofsted ParentView website.
- Click here to view our policy for dealing with complaints.
The School’s Data
Key Stage 2 Results & School Performance Tables
Our School Performance Tables are published by the Secretary of State on the Department for Education’s website, which can be found here.
- Click here to find out more about our school’s curriculum.
Phonics and Reading
At Naseby Church of England Primary Academy we use Read, Write Inc. We also encourage each child to read daily at home, to enable parents/carers and children to read together. We have a wide range of ability banded reading books including the Oxford Reading Tree, Story World and New Way. Each scheme has been chosen to build high frequency words, phonic knowledge and to give opportunities for partner reading with parents.
At Naseby Church of England Primary Academy, children in Years 3 and 4 have six weeks of swimming lessons each year at Montsaye Community Sports Centre. Our aim is that each child will achieve their white star swimming award by the end of Year 4. If children do not pass, they have the opportunity to continue swimming in Years 5 and 6. All children also have dedicated PE lessons, which take place at the village hall or chapel. We also have an extensive field which is used for outdoor and athletic activities.
The school provides a range of sporting extra-curricular activities, including rounders, Pacesetters Friday club and Class 1 Sports Club.
- Please click here for information on Sports Funding 2022-23
- Please click here for information on Sports Funding 2021-22
- Please click here for information on Sports Funding 2020-21
- Please click here for information on Sports Funding 2019-20
- Please click here for information on Sports Funding 2018-19.
- Please click here for Pupil Premium action plan 2022-23
- Please click here for Pupil Premium information 2021-22
- Please click here for Pupil Premium information 2020-21
- Please click here for Pupil Premium information 2019-20.
- Information regarding the impact of Pupil Premium spending during 2018-19 can be found here.
- Please click here for Pupil Premium information 2018-19.
Inclusion – Incorporating Special Educational Needs
Children will have an increased understanding of diversity of race and multicultural society
To implement strategies which engage boys in learning in accordance with the national agenda
To promote inclusion of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN); children with SEN meet their individual targets and have high levels of self-esteem
Financial Benchmarking & Charging Policy
School Ethos and Values
- Click here for information on our Aims and Ethos.
- Click here for term dates 2021-22