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Newick C E Primary School
63 Allington Road, Newick, BN8 4NB, UK Lewes
+44 (0)1825 723377

Newick Primary School  CHURCH OF ENGLAND

Welcome to our website

At Newick we firmly believe that every child matters.
We aim to develop a close relationship between home and school, and to work together with parents in furthering the education of all our pupils.
Children bring into school a wealth of knowledge and understanding about the world around them; we aim to build on these skills and encourage our pupils to develop a willingness and enthusiasm to discover more.
At Newick, we believe that learning should be fun and rewarding,
exciting and memorable, and that all our pupils will grow and thrive in our care.

“At Newick School we will provide the opportunity for personal achievement, through daily challenge in a caring environment”.



Musical Production

Monday: Yoga Bugs (3:15) Karate Club (4:50)

Tuesday: Tennis KS2 (3:45 & 4:30)

Wednesday: Tennis KS1 (3:15) Sports Club KS2 (3:15) Chess Club (3:15)

Thursday: Model Making (3:15) Christmas Craft Club Infants (3:15) Christmas Card Club Junior (3:15)

Friday: Running (3:15) Dance

If you can't attend a club on a particular week, please make sure the teacher taking the club has been informed


At Newick CE Primary School, we believe in lifelong learning and the idea that both adults and children can learn new things every day. We maintain that learning should be a fun, rewarding and memorable experience for everyone.

Through our teaching we equip children with the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to be able to make informal choices about the important things in their lives.

As a school, we strive to create a common sense of purpose towards constant improvement.Good teachers enable children to develop

these skills: -• Enquiry

• Problem solving

• Creative thinking

• Information processing

• Reasoning

• Evaluation

• Self-awareness

• Managing feelings

• Empathy

• Social skills

• CommunicationLeading to good learners that are: -

• Reflective,

• Resourceful,

• Resilient

• Reciprocative.Children learn best when the climate for learning –

• Is stress free and allows children to make mistakes and learn from them.

• Is enjoyable and encourages a positive attitude towards learning.

• Enables children to know what they are learning and why (WALT, WILF & TIB).

• Challenges and supports.

• Encourages high expectations.

• Enables them to feel valued and respected.

• Allows fresh learning through new experiences.

• Is well organised, well planned and well resourced.

• Allows children to feel safe and secure.

• Encourages contributions and questions.

• Facilitates different styles of learning (Visual, Auditory & Kinaesthetic).

• Is stimulating and interactive (with plenty of Ketchup).

• Allows for water to be available to stop dehydration and drowsiness.

• Promotes a sense of independence as well as develops social skills and teamwork.

• Enables energising activities.

• Promotes the use of music for mood and recall.

• Has displays that are Tools for Learning, Interactive and Celebratory (including ARC Boards).

• Celebrates paths to success.

• Has a ‘can-do’ culture.

• Caters for all needs.

• Operates with flexible learning groups.

• Ensures the teacher knows every child (Icebergs).

• Encourages the teacher to enjoy being adventurous.


The Curriculum – Mini-Learning Projects• Planning

- Long term – curriculum maps. (Demonstrating appropriate subject coverage over the year)

- Medium term – half termly breakdowns (Showing National

Curriculum Learning Intentions in mini-learning projects)

- Short term – Weekly. (Flexible in style enabling each teacher to have ownership over the format, but showing how the Learning Intentions are matched to activities through differentiated tasks).

Overall the planning should ensure : cross-curricular links, a broad and balanced curriculum, differentiation, continuity and progression, creativity and ‘real’ learning.

It is expected that planning should be annotated as a form of ongoing assessment and to inform future planning.The lesson – effective teaching ensuring a quality learning experience

• Clear Learning Intentions

- WALT We Are Learning Today (NC learning intentions)

- WILF What I’m Looking For (skills, challenge, expectation, targets)

- TIB This Is Because (big picture, describe the outcomes)

- Teacher aware of children’s level of attainment

• Activities that :

- are appropriate to and address the learning intention

- maximise challenge for all children

- motivate and engage the children

- connect in to children’s learning

- start with what the children know – mind maps

- encourage open–ended questions

- address different styles of learning – visual, auditory, kinaesthetic

- involve purposeful praise and feedback

- allow for reflective time outs

- offer quality feedback“To what degree does this particular task make an effective contribution to the learning process of a child?”

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