Our heat maps use groups of postcodes, not individual postcodes, and have naturally soft edges. All pupils are included in the mapping (i.e. children with siblings already at the school, high priority pupils and selective and/or religious admissions) but we may have removed statistical ‘outliers’ with more remote postcodes that do not reflect majority admissions.
Friday 18th November – Children in Need day (activities TBC)
The Crossdale 10k is always a wonderfully cheerful event and this year was no different. The sun shone as all [...]
This School Guide heat map has been plotted using official pupil data taken from the last School Census collected by the Department for Education. It is a visualisation of where pupils lived at the time of the last School Census (released annually in July).
Come along to our Welcome Disco on Friday 23rd September, 6-8pm. See the letter for further details and information on how to get your tickets.
Welcome Disco – What fun night! Thank you to everyone who came along and thank you to everyone who helped to organise, set up, run and tidy up! We will let you know the amount raised from this event once all monies have been counted!
The children are involved in several activities and have access to different toys and equipment and are challenged and stimulated to experience new skills each day.
Crossdale Fun Run and 10k – Well done to everyone who took part in the fun run and 10K event last weekend. It was a lovely day with lots of keen and enthusiastic runners! An amazing £1600 was raised, so a huge thank you to everyone who organised this and to everyone who came along and took part or supported.
Boys and girls are both welcome, regardless of experience, at all u5 & 6 soccer school sessions Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I know that sometimes parents don't always get to find out what their child has been up to during the school day. With this in mind, I have been attached to my camera during our [...]
Fees are currently £35 per week, per child and payable to Keyworth Primary School. We accept payment by cash/cheque or postal order and ask that you write your child’s name clearly on the reverse of each cheque/postal order paid. Each child is provided with a healthy, nutritious snack and a drink once they have registered each day.
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Well done Jasmine Goodman also for passing your first Irish River dance with honours.
Please contact the school office, preferably by email marked ‘Roll of Honour’, if you would like to share the achievements of your children with the rest of the school community. We love to hear about what they have been doing outside of school.
Tel: 020-7735-1701 Fax: 020-7587-3631 Email: email@example.com
Keyworth Primary & Nursery SchoolNottingham Road, Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, NG12 5FBTel: 0115 974 8005 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to number of reforms to GSCE reporting introduced by the government in 2014, such as the exclusion of iGCSE examination results, the official school performance data may not accurately report a school’s full results. For more information, please see About and refer to the section, ‘Why does a school show 0% on its GSCE data dial? In many affected cases, the Average Point Score will also display LOW SCORE as points for iGCSEs and resits are not included.
Friday 16th December – Christmas Jumper Day (Fundraising for Save the Children)
We will be sending out a letter on Monday 23rd November to parents. The trip will be take place on the 8th December 2015.
This map shows where pupils currently attending the school live
Reception children – our weekly u5 sessions start at Platt Lane, home of KUCFC, on Saturday Sep 17, 10.30-11.30am
Schools can upload their full GCSE results by registering for a School Noticeboard. All school results data will be verified.
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Followed by a ‘Hockey Marathon’ which took place all day with Year 1 – 6 competing and Nursery having separate fun sports events.
Class 2 and 4 caught the last of the summer sun this afternoon enjoying some shared reading.
George Pride in Year 1 has completed his stage 3 swimming in just one 10 week block, at East Leake Leisure Centre – well done George!
To help raise money we had a competition to see how many goals were scored throughout the day. The nearest guesses from Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 won a football!
Forms for registering your child along with copies of all policies and procedures are obtainable from Moynul, Centre Manager. We currently have a limited number of spaces available. If you would like further information about this or have any other enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Moynul, Centre Manager on 020 7582 3149.
As part of the celebrations Mark taught the children a Bollywood style dance called ‘Jhoom’ and we got a change to listen to the Yr 5 and 6 African drumming which was all excellent.
This information is provided as a guide only. The areas from which pupils are admitted to a school can change from year to year to reflect the number of siblings and pupils admitted under high priority admissions criteria.
It's back! The lunchtime cross country running club is back. Scores of children ran their socks off in glorious sunshine [...]
NB Child care vouchers can be used - simply put 'Holiday Club' followed by the invoice number in the reference when you transfer payment to Keyworth Primary School.
Well done to Elizabeth Sandland who won a box set of Roald Dahl books in the Central Libraries Trail competition; she managed to find 9 Where's Wally postcards which spelt out the name R O A L D / D A H L. She then entered the competition and was selected as a winner! We know she has already enjoyed reading Fantastic Mr Fox!
Next Meeting – Monday 26th September, 3:30pm in the Year 2 Classroom. Please come along to find out more about the PTA and upcoming events. EVERYONE welcome!
We managed to raise an amazing £630 this will benefit the children so much!
On Friday 16th December we will be having a ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ to help raise money for the ‘Save the Children’ charity. By wearing festive knits and making a voluntary contribution of £2 we will be able to raise money to help save children’s lives.
On Friday 18th March Keyworth celebrated the incredible cultural diversity of our school community with International Day.