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Ed Carlyle 2My name is Ed Carlyle and I am delighted to be the Executive Headteacher of Nassington School. I warmly welcome you to our school website, which I hope will give you just a flavour of some of the amazing things we do at this wonderful school.

Nassington School is dedicated to providing children with the best available education in a safe and fun environment. We also teach the children social and wellbeing skills which set them up for the wider world as they move on from us to higher education.

Our mission statement is ‘Be Outstanding.’ This applies to everything we do, from the classroom to the playground, from academic accomplishments to the peer to peer interaction that build up the children’s social engagement.  Nassington School is dedicated to providing children with the best available education in a safe and fun environment. We also teach the children social and wellbeing skills which set them up for the wider world as they move on from us to higher education. Every child has the potential to be outstanding and we believe it is our job to nurture this potential and watch it grow in every activity that takes place in the school and during extra-curricular opportunities. We encourage imagination, creativity and practical achievements as much as the core assessment criteria. Our aim is  that every child who leaves our school will be more confident, social and ready to take the next step towards the rest of their lives.

Our values are:

  • Nurture (We care)
  • Commitment (We keep going and are resilient)
  • Pride (We celebrate success)
  • Self-confidence (We know we can and we do)

Mr Ed Carlyle
Executive Headteacher

This Week at Nassington...

Hello everyone,

Thank you for looking on our new-look website and for supporting our school. 

NEW FOR THIS WEEK:  Safeguarding Update - there is a flyer on our 'Safeguarding Page' for a webinar for parents on County Lines and Child Criminal Exploitation - please see the flyer for more details.

E-Safety Guides: please follow the link to access a range of online safety guides: E-safety Guides for Schools | National Online Safety

Love Food Ordering Guide:

Please see the Love Food ordering guide which has gone live - the guide can be found under 'Parents' and 'Useful Forms and Files'

Our School Garden is looking lovely!! 

Thank you to Mrs Stockley and Mrs Cope for their time and to Kids' Country for their kind support!

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Remembrance at Nassington

Thank you to all the pupils and staff for observing the minute's silence so beautifully and respectfully and to Mrs Campbell for playing the Last Post to mark the start and end of our minute's silence.

Silver Birch have been maknig their own poppy wreaths - look out for the display on the hall windows so we can share them with the whole village.

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Mental Health Day was Sunday October 10th!

In case you missed it, here are some links you might find useful:  The Optimistic October Calendar - this is packed with hints and tips to help you make the most of this month: 

If you fancy sharing a 2 minute video clip about resilience with your children or young people, check this out - 

  I like what Beano says  ‘Everyone sees my mischief, no one sees my emotions.’ Does that sound familiar?  We may talk about ‘children’s behaviour’ and that it isn’t acceptable – maybe it feels a bit tricky working with a child’s emotions, this video might help with those conversations.

Another recommended site with resources about Mental Health is Free practical mental health resources | Charlie Waller Trust.

We hope you find these resources useful! Please come and talk to your child's class teacher if you have any questions or concerns!

 Keeping Safe Online - please the latest information and links to staying safe online from Childnet.

'On the internet' is a learning-to-read book for children aged 4 and above. The large, bright illustrations show all the different ways that the internet can be used for. 

Find On the internet here:

A learning-to-read book


Other Childnet books for younger children include: 

 Smartie the Penguin (3 to 7 year olds)

Digiduck's Big Decision (3 to 7 year olds)

Digiduck Stories - Childnet

Remote Learning during COVID-19 Pandemic. With many young people now learning remotely, we have been contacted by a number of educators asking for permission to record readings of the Digiduck stories.

Thank you again for supporting Nassington School! We look forward to seeing you very soon!

Mr Carlyle, Mrs Campbell and all the Nassington staff team.

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