Key Information

As of September 2012 the Department for Education has directed schools to include the following information on their school websites. Any information on this website can be requested by parents in paper format free of charge; please just ask the school office.

Contact Details

Nettleton Community Primary School

Moortown Road



01472 851455


Executive Headteacher                          Mr Andrew Smith

Head of School                                       Miss Rhiannon Morgan

School Business Manager                      Mrs Catherine Fussey

School Admin                                         Mrs Julie Grant

Governing Body

As part of the North Wolds Federation the Governing Body covers both schools in the Federation. Information about the Federation Governing Body can be found on this website.

This document holds the statutory information for the Governing Body as of January 2018. Governing Body Information 2018

To contact the Chair of Governors,  please write to the Clerk to Govenors and send to the school office. 

Admission Arrangements

We admit 10 children each year in the September intake. Our admissions are controlled by the Local Authority. For information on admission to LCC schools please visit and view the admissions pages.

To view our admissions policy for the 2019 intake please follow the link below.

Admissions Policy


Our school was last inspected in October 2017 where Attainment, teaching and learning, behaviour and safety and leadership were all graded good.

Please download a copy of the last OFSTED report.




British Values

We strive to ensure our children learn, develop and demonstrate British Values. Please see our Govenor approved British Value statement below which outlines our interpretation of British Values and how they are threaded though school life at Nettleton Community Primary School.

British Values Statement

National Test Results

Our children sit National Curriculum Tests at the end of Year Six. Children are also assessed at the end of Y2.  Please see the information below to see how our children performed.

Key Stage Two 2017

Key Stage Two 2016

Key Stage Two 2015
Key Stage Two 2014
Key Stage Two 2013

The documents above show you how well (in percentages) our children do at the end of Year 6. Like most small schools these figures are not always helpful as each child is worth such a large percentage; this really advantaged us in 2013 and 2014 but disadvantaged us in 2015.  To show how well our children do generally we have produced a three year trend showing how well all of our Year 6 children (which would equal the same size as one Year 6 class in a regular sized school) did when combined. This shows that children do better than national averages at the expected standard (Level 4) and higher than expected standard (Level 5). It also shows that children entitled to pupil premium do better than children eligible for pupil premium nationally.  Click below to see this information.

Key Stage Two Three Year Trend 2013, 2014, 2015 Key Stage One 2017
Key Stage One 2015
Key Stage One 2014
Key Stage One 2013

DFE Compare School and College Performance

This is a link to a new service to compare schools.

Curriculum Information

Please follow the link below to see information about the National and the school curriculum.

Curriculum Information

Behaviour Policy

To see our behaviour policy please click below to take you to the full list of policies.

Behaviour Policy

Pupil Premium

The Government gives schools an additional amount of funding for children considered disadvantage. This is measured by if children have accessed free school meals at any point in the last seven years.

Pupil Premium Strategy 2017/18 including 2016/17 Review

Pupil Premium Strategy 2016/17 including 2015/16 Review

Sports Premium

The Government gives schools an additional amount of funding to enhance sports provision in school.

Sports Premium Statement 2018/2019

Click here to see how the school intends to spend the Sports Premium in 2017/18

Service Premium

The Government gives schools additional funding for children who have parents who are in HM Armed Forces. At present we don't have any children entitled to this funding but when we do we will publish information here of how we spend that funding and the impact it has.

SEND Policy

All schools have to have a policy for children with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities.

To view our SEND policy and other information about SEN please follow the link below.

SEND Policy

SEND Information Report

Accessibility Plan

Charging Policy

Each year our school updates our charging policy. To view our charging policy please follow the link below.

Charging Policy

Packed Lunch Policy

Follow this link to see how we keep our children healthy at playtimes and lunchtimes.

Packed Lunch and Breaktime Snack Policy

School Ethos and Values

To find out about how special our school is and our ethos and values please follow the link below to the about us section of our school.

School Ethos and Values

Parental Questionnaire

The views of our families are very important to us.  The annual questionnaires, alongside the OFSTED Parentview, are reviewed by school staff and governors to see what further improvements we can make to our school.

2017 Parental Questionnaire

2016 Parental Questionnaire

2016 Reception New Starters Questionnaire


General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

As a school we need to store and share information securely in compliance with the new data protection regulations (GDPR).  Please follow the link below to our new Data Protection Policy.  To view the new pupil and staff privacy notices please follow the links below.


Staff Privacy Notice

The North Wolds Federation Data Protection Officer is Mike Eckersley who can be contacted on 07967177670


Our Address

Nettleton Community Primary School
Moortown Road
T: (01472) 851455

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