Everyone at Nettleton Community Primary School warmly welcomes you to our website.
If you are thinking about your child joining our school in Reception September 2021 we are holding a limited number COVID secure tours. Please click here for information or contact the main office on 01422 851455. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our popular school, catering for around 80 children, is a very special place; a hidden gem in the Wolds. We are very proud of our six values that everyone in our school community endeavours to adhere to. These are being caring, happiness, commitment to achieve, respect, co-operation and independence. As a small village school we can offer an unrivalled quailty of education in what is a close knit, family environment.
We aim to ensure that all children who attend Nettleton Community Primary School are guided, cared for and supported to reach their full potential socially, academically and emotionally. We do this in close partnership with our community and parents.
OfSTED describe us as a good school. They were particulary pleased with the progress our children make, the behaviour the children display, the quality of leadership, governance and procedures to keep children safe. If you are a prospective parent please come and visit us in person; we’d love to show you around our fantastic school and introduce you to our pupils of whom we are very proud. We often have places for mid year admissions so if you would like to ask about spaces please contact the main office.
As of January 2013 Nettleton Community Primary School entered into a Federation (The North Wolds Federation) with Market Rasen Church of England Primary School to enhance the learning of children in both schools. This has proved to be very successful and beneficial for both children and staff at both sites.
We hope you enjoy looking around our website. If you would like any further information please download our school prospectus. Please don't hesitate to contact us directly if you need any further information.
Andrew Smith Executive Headteacher
Rhiannon Morgan Head of School
Mike Eckersley Chair of Governors
Marcus Hyde Safeguarding Governor