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Headteacher’s Awards

As we come the end of another term full of opportunities for pupils to challenge themselves and strive to achieve, Mr Jones has hosted his Headteacher’s Awards assemblies on our Greenwood Road site and Sneinton Boulevard site. The Headteachers Awards are a wonderful opportunity for us to celebrate and congratulate pupils on their achievements. Each phase joins together for an assembly at the end
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Transition Picnic for Teddys

Yesterday Nottingham Academy Primary year 2 had a Teddy Bears Picnic with year 1. The picnic celebrated the transition phase, where pupils have worked with pupils in the year groups above and below theirs to learn about the new year groups they will move into. In year 1 pupils wrote a booklet to pass down to F2 children. In year 2 pupils will travel
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Phonics Learning Videos – Feedback Session

On Monday 24th July there will be a feedback session for parents and carers of F2 children, who have used the phonics learning videos we shared earlier this yeatThis is a great opportunity to come and share your thoughts and let us know if they have been helpful for you and your child. The session will be held at 9am on Monday in the
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Nottingham Academy Music Festival 2017

On Friday Nottingham Academy will hold a musical celebration afternoon, in the playground in the Greenwood Road Primary site. Children from all phases will be singing and enjoying music together from 1.30pm – 2.50pm . Parents and families are most welcome to join us for this FREE event. In the evening on Friday are honored to welcome Belvoir Big Band to the PAC at
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Farm to Fork

Year 3 have been taking part in Tesco’s Farm to Fork programme this month. The programme consists of a range of online resources to use in class and a visit to a local Tesco store. Each class visited Tesco in Carlton to learn all about where our food comes from. The pupils got to go ‘backstage’ at Tesco, exploring the staff areas where they
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Academy Attendance Superstars!

At Nottingham Academy Primary we work hard to ensure all our pupils understand the benefits of great attendance and everyone aims for 100%. This term we have a very special treat for some pupils who have worked hard to be in school almost every day for the last two years. The pupils below have been invited to attend the Lord Mayors Attendance Awards this
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Meet your child’s new teacher

This year we are offering you the opportunity to meet with class teachers who will be teaching your child in the new academic year before term finishes for our summer break. Each new team of teachers will be doing a short presentation on important information connected with that year group – the curriculum, themes, visits, expectations etc. They will then be available to talk
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Den Day in Colwick Woods

On Friday 16th June, the whole Primary Academy took part in Den Day in Colwick Woods.  Den Day is a campaign started by charity, Save the Children to help raise funds so that they can continue to give children a safe place to shelter and help to provide the things they need to grow up healthy and happy. Each year group planned a range
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Rewards all round!

This week Phase 3 had a very busy assembly! Ten children from year 6 received a £10 Amazon voucher for consistently handing in high-quality homework. In addition to this one pupil from each phase will receive a family cinema voucher. These are for pupils who have improved their attendance since the start of term or have got 100% attendance. Everyone at Nottingham Academy enjoys
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Congratulations Jack

Congratulations to Jack in Year 3, he has won a family ticket to visit Twycross Zoo! Earlier this year, we launched a prize draw competition, all families had to do was apply for the free school meals service, to see if they were eligible. Applying for this service not only provides eligible children with a free school lunch it also helps Nottingham Academy to
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