Necton Church of England Primary School

Belong, Believe, Thrive, Achieve Rooted in Christ, we learn, grow and flourish

Welcome to Necton Church of England Primary School

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Our school is situated in the heart of the beautiful Norfolk village of Necton. We are blessed to have All Saints Church very close by and often enjoy the sound of the bells ringing and the view of it's stunning Norman architecture that overlooks our school fields and playgrounds.

The close relationship that we have with All Saints church ensures that both it, and the Christian foundations of our school, are a core part of our learning experiences. Visiting the church for various services during the year is a joyous occasion that brings our whole community together.

We have one class group for each year of the primary school phase and enjoy the space that our large building and land provides.

There are so many different things happening as part of our learning every day. Please do explore our website so that you can find out more about how 'rooted in Christ, we learn, grow and flourish.'

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Our Curriculum

Our curriculum has been designed to create a balance between the National Curriculum statutory requirements and a range of experiences that allow our pupils the opportunities to broaden their life experiences to become successful learners and responsible citizens.

Our curriculum provides our pupils with experiences that best meet their learning and developmental needs, and through clear strategic planning, our curriculum provides rich opportunities from which the children can develop knowledge and learn transferrable skills. The acquisition of knowledge and the development of skills are carefully planned to create a purposeful and exciting learning journey for every child, ensuring that milestones are met at key stages throughout their primary education.

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Personal Development

Personal skills are identified within our curriculum, to enable students to develop skills beyond the subject concepts. They also help children develop good metacognitive skills and are intrinsic to the learning culture that we nurture across our school.

This will support students to become rounded individuals who can develop their own thinking and ideas, face challenges and lead and work with others. We focus on the following personal skills:


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