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This Week at Nassington... 

Hello everyone,

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

NEW FOR THIS WEEK: Welcome to our website! We are delighted to welcome everyone to Nassington, whether it's your first visit to us or you've been with us for years. Many new events for the remainder of the Autumn Term are now on the calendar and look out for the updates on our long-term plans on the Curriculum page - we can't wait to show you what we have been learning! 



KS2 SATS 2024

An information booklet for parents is available to download on our Year 6 page.


Online Safety Poster - you can download a version of this from our 'Computing' and 'Newsletter' sections.

Safety Net Parent Wall Poster Guide


Oundle School's Family Science Event - Saturday 30th September

Partnerships & Outreach are hosting their first Family Science Event of the year in SciTec on Saturday, 30th September.

All families are welcome to come along (the age is given as a guide).

Entrance is £2.00 per adult and free of charge for children. 

Family Science Details

SciTec - Oundle School


We've added a 'Challenge Guide' to our newsletter section to help you tackle online safety challenges at home!

REACH OUT - we have been thinking about who we can reach out to when things are difficult and we need someone to talk to! Check out our display!

Reach Out


Anti-Bullying Week: 14th to 18th November 2022

On Monday 14th November, we will be launching Anti-Bullying Week at Nassington Primary with our Odd Socks Day. All the children need to do is wear odd socks! It’s a great way to celebrate what makes us all unique in Anti-Bullying Week!

There is no pressure to wear the latest fashion or to buy expensive costumes. All the children have to do to take part is wear odd socks to school, it couldn’t be simpler! Odd Socks Day takes place on the first day of Anti-Bullying Week each year to help raise awareness of bullying.

In 2021 over 5 million children, 1000s of parents, 100s of workplaces and lots of celebrities and influencers got involved. Ant and Dec, Emma Willis, Brian May, Craig David, Sir Mo Farah and Anne Marie donning their odd socks! This is an ideal opportunity on highlighting the important issue of bullying in a fun way.

Find out more about The Anti-Bullying Alliance


The school has been taking time to commemorate Remembrance Day - here is an example of the work the pupils have been doing:

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Have you heard about an online character called Huggy Wuggy from a game and TV show called Poppy Playtime? The animated character goes by the friendly name of Huggy Wuggy, leading parents and children to believe the videos are aimed at youngsters and contain no inappropriate material. However, the blue bear-like creature with sharp teeth chases and threatens other characters in nightmarish scenarios, leaving many children upset and frightened.  The character is from the cast of Poppy Playtime which is described as a ‘survival horror, logical puzzle video game’. Huggy Wuggy is the villain within the game.

The game involves staying alive in a horror puzzle adventure. This game is not suitable for primary aged children as it contains some frightening and disturbing content that is very upsetting to view. The Poppy Playtime game is available on the App Store and Android store and has a PEGI 12 rating, meaning it is only suitable for people over 12. To put this into context Minecraft has a rating of PEGI 10 meaning it is only suitable for people over 10.  Toys representing the characters from Poppy Playtime are sold on Amazon. The Huggy Wuggy character has also been recreated on Roblox, a virtual community where users can create their own 3D worlds with their own game players.

Please see our newsletter section for a range of factsheets and advice regarding online safety for your children.

Not sure what to read next with your child? Check out the Recommended Reads for each class! Lots of ideas to excite and inspire young readers and to get a ticket for the Reading Raffle!

You can find the information under 'Our Classes' and the lists are in each class section. Enjoy!!

Hello Yellow Day!

Nassington Primary is taking part in #HelloYellow on the week beginning 10th October 2022, as part of the World Mental Health Day activities.

As a school and our wider community, we need to ensure our pupils know that their Mental Health matters and they deserve to feel supported and confident to talk openly about their feelings. We will be joining thousands of other schools by wearing yellow to show young people that how they feel matters, as well as raising money for YoungMinds.

To take part, children can wear yellow to school on  Friday 14th October, and we ask parents and carers to consider, if possible, making a donation to YoungMinds: We will also be including some fun activities throughout the week that we hope the children enjoy, starting with an assembly this week created by Youngminds specifically for Primary Schools. You may like to ask them what they have learnt! We’re confident that taking part in #HelloYellow will show our young people that their mental health is important, and to ask for help when they need support.

Together, we can create a brighter future for children and young people.

Mrs Eastwood

 Children's Mental Health Week (March 7th - 11th)

Look out for a letter from Mrs Eastwood about the activities for our Mental Health Week, including Park Visits, Dress To Express Day and Wheelie Wellness Day!

Remember your bike helmet for Wheelie Wellness Day!

Thank you, Mrs Eastwood, for organising this for us!


Well-Being and Work At Home sheets for this week can be found on each class's homepage.

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 below 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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 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

Other Childnet books for younger children include: 

Smartie the Penguin (3 to 7 year olds) 

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

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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22 Jul
Inset day
Date 22.07.2024 - 23.07.2024
29 Jul
Sports Camp in School
29.07.2024 - 02.08.2024
2 Sep
Staff training day
3 Sep
Staff training day
4 Sep
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