Nether Kellet Community Primary School
Information about the School
This small rural school serves not only the village but also a growing number of pupils who travel from outlying areas.
Pupils are taught in four classes: Reception, Years 1 and 2, Years 3 and 4 and Years 5 and 6. The number of pupils in each year group is often less than 10 and can be as low as two.
The school holds the National Healthy School and Activemark awards.
We have great outdoor facilities
The school has ample space around it and has an extensive playing field. This field is used for sport and athletic activities, but is also used in the summer months for play. The fact that we have such a lot of space around us means that we are able to use it to celebrate special events.
Read more on the school website here.
What Ofsted says about us:
“The school is extremely well led and managed, the high quality teaching ensures that pupils learn extremely well. The headteacher, staff and governors have high ambitions and are committed to achieving the best outcomes for all pupils. Pupils get on very well with one another, and there are excellent relationships between pupils and staff. There is a very calm, orderly and happy atmosphere.”
Ofsted 2014. Read the full report here.