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Neasden Primary School
Neasden Close, Wembley Park Avenue, HU8 0QB, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 791169

Our School

Our school is committed to maximising the skills and talents of it’s learning community to become independent, successful and caring citizens in a fast changing society.

  • We aim to work in partnership with parents and the community and by doing so

create a happy and enriching learning environment for children where high

expectations will lead to high standards of achievement.

  • We will provide a rich and diverse curriculum which presents opportunities for the whole child.

  • Our emphasis is on teamwork where commitment to equality and opportunity for all is celebrated.

Aims for Pupils

Pupils will:

  • achieve their full potential through the curriculum and through “out of school” experiences provided by the school and the local community.

  • achieve agreed targets set by their teacher in partnership with their teacher

and parents.

  • develop their individual talents and positively work on improving identified

areas for development.

  • become independent “Life Long Learners”

  • celebrate and learn from difference.

  • use the school as a training ground to be caring and committed to the needs of others who may have different life experiences and apply that knowledge of life outside school.

  • have pride in their school and contribute to the caring community that the school represents.

  • be committed to equality of opportunity.

Aims for School

The school will provide:

  • a broad and balanced challenging curriculum

  • an enriched programme for extra-curricular activities

  • a stimulating learning environment

  • a rich and varied and up to date range of learning resources

  • innovative teaching and opportunities for independent learning

  • an ethos of support, challenge and encouragement to succeed

  • learning partnerships between home, school and the community

  • opportunities to maximise individual talent

  • opportunities to take responsibility for decisions which add value to the school and the wider community.

  • opportunities to engage with social and moral issues both inside school and outside school

  • opportunities to reflect on and contribute to ensuring the school gives equality of opportunity to it’s learning community and the wider community

  • an all inclusive strategy that takes into account the different needs of individuals

  • internal processes and channels of communication for the whole community to enable issues of concern to be resolved quickly

  • best value for money

The School will demonstrate its commitment to working as a learning community by

striving for continuous improvement in all that we do and in working collaboratively as a whole school in all we do.


The National Curriculum was introduced into England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as a nationwide curriculum for primary and secondary state schools following the Education Reform Act 1988. Notwithstanding its name, it does not apply to Independent Schools, who by definition are free to set their own curriculum, but it ensures that state schools of all Local Education Authorities have a common curriculum.

The Education Reform Act 1988 requires that all state students be taught a Basic Curriculum of Religious Education and the National Curriculum.

The purpose of the National Curriculum was to ensure that certain basic material was covered by all pupils. In subsequent years the curriculum grew to fill the entire teaching time of most state schools.

There are two principal aims to the National Curriculum:

Aim 1: The school curriculum should aim to provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve.
Aim 2: The school curriculum should aim to promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.


The school has full and part time nursery provision. Children will be admitted termly, providing that the school has spare places within that year group, according to the following criteria:

a. Parents residing in the schoolcatchment area

b. Brothers or sisters at the school

c. Those living nearest to school

Currently the youngest children are 3 ½ and they have part time, morning or

afternoon places. Most four year olds have full time places. We hope that all four year olds will gain full time places for at least a term before they move up to join the Reception class.

If you would like your child to attend the Nursery then please complete a Nursery application form available from the school office. The Nursery teacher will then contact you to advise when places become available.

Parents seeking admission for pupils above nursery age should contact the

administration for an application form. Pupils will be admitted in line with parental preference providing that the schoolhas spare places within that year group. (It is now necessary to ensure KS1 classes do not exceed 30 pupils).

If you are considering applying for a place at the school, visits can be arranged by contacting the headteacher.

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