Children from year 3 and 4 took part in races held at Water Orton and at Austrey Playing Fields. Due to the inclement weather conditions were very wet underfoot and the race at Austrey saw our children running in snow and hail. As always they represented the school wonderfully. All the children completed both races, despite the horrendous conditions. The girls team excelled themselves with Tilli-Beau gaining 2nd place at Austrey which, thanks to excellent running from Amelia and Roma, gained the girls team 2nd place overall. Well done to all who took part.
Welcome to Newton Regis Church of England Primary School
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Set in the peaceful rural village of Newton Regis our small, friendly primary school provides excellent facilities for learning and play for children aged between 3 and 11. Located on the outskirts of Tamworth we welcome children from surrounding villages, as well as from Tamworth itself.
- Small class sizes and a real focus on each individual child
- High academic standards: In 2018 we achieved the top ranking in Warwickshire for our maths SATs results
- Flexible, high quality pre-school provision, fully integrated with the school to provide a happy transition into Reception
- A fun, theme-based curriculum to engage our young learners
- A small friendly school community
- Excellent secondary school options. We are in catchment for The Polesworth School, rated Outstanding by Ofsted
On the 27th April three pupils from out school attended the Food for Life Awards Ceremony at Ryton Gardens to receive our Bronze Catering award. The children delivered a short presentation about our success with composting, which we are particularly proud of. To win the award we had to show our commitment to healthy eating and submit evidence to demonstrate that we are continually striving to keep up to date food standards in school.
A big well done to all KS2 children who took part in the 2016 Read For My School challenge. We achieved silver this year with an average of over 7 books read per child, which is a fantastic effort with such a small KS2 group!
For this years Sports Relief challenge we decided to have the whole school being active for 1 hour. We challenged the children to run, speed walk or walk for the whole hour. Mr Tyson led the front runners on his bike, Mrs Bryan led the speedwalkers and Miss Griffiths and Miss Kirkby ensured we didn't loose anyone on the way.We all walked alongside the farmers field on the footpath by the playing fields up to No Mans Heath. All of the children loved the challenge, with many being surprised by their achievements. Many thanks to all parents for supporting their child in this event through s
As part of our 'Misty Mountain' topic, Mandarin class have been finding out all about tourism and living in the mountains. We were lucky enough to get to interview an expert skier - Mark Smith, and find out all about his life in Canada. He brought along his ski equipment and told us all about his experiences of avalanche rescue, heli-skiing and cat skiing! Here are a few pictures from the day...