Welcome to New Monument Primary Academy
The staff, governors and I would like to welcome you to New Monument Primary Academy. We are a collaborative Multi Academy Trust consisting of New Monument Primary and Nursery, and Broadmere Primary and Nursery.
Our children learn in a caring, safe, nurturing environment that reflects the multicultural society in which our school is set. We value all children as individuals and we encourage them to develop into independent, resourceful and caring citizens. We value and encourage parental involvement as we consider that a close partnership between home and school is essential for children to gain maximum benefit from their time with us. For this reason we employ a Home School Link worker to ensure our families are supported and we operate an ‘open door’ policy.
Our curriculum is tailored to meet the needs of every learner in our school. It is creative, investigative and relevant as it is our mission to inspire our learners. Our teachers love teaching and strive to provide real life experiences to enhance their pupils' learning. During the year classes enjoy several educational visits along with on site workshops or visitors chosen to engage our learners with the topics they are exploring. The children’s learning environments are vibrant and encompass indoor and outdoor learning experiences.
Our children benefit from the large school field and playground. Sports coaches and teaching staff provide lunchtime and after school clubs which are very popular.
This year we shall continue to embed the Multi Academy Trust's ICT and Computing vision. As well as an ICT suite we have provided a set of 8 Learn Pads in each classroom so that our children are able to have daily access to ICT.
As a learning community we are committed to ensuring that all staff members participate in a cycle of appropriate, continuous training, relevant to the needs of our school.
I hope you enjoy reading about our school – it will give you a flavour of the opportunities we provide for our children, however, please come in to see us in action as we welcome visitors to New Monument.
Mrs Judy Hall
Year 6 had an amazing day at Chertsey Museum learning about life during WW2 today. They made gas masks, explored th… https://t.co/s9xyLJiCl4
Yesterday, The Reflection Space enabled Y5 to explore life questions & spirituality in a safe, creative, interactiv… https://t.co/jovy5bnU1k
Year 5 concluded their amazing half term of Ancient Egyptian learning by making Egyptian flat breads. The results l… https://t.co/sjbS4o9rDA
Year 5 have been ancient Egyptian chief amulet and canopic jar craftspeople - by appointment to Tutankhamun. Our re… https://t.co/7Hdzf4Ga2W
What a fantastic opportunity for Year 5 to use amazing Virtual Reality resources to travel back to ancient Egyptian… https://t.co/doXpfHYqHA
The attendance passport challenge is over and the results are in! Congratulations to Kestrel Class for having the… https://t.co/SqlT0E4Hx8
Here are the class weekly attendance figures for last week: Kestrel 100% 🏆 Kingfisher 97.78% Skylark 97.65% Dove… https://t.co/hYNOSfQf4Q
Huge thanks to Parentzone, working with Google, for leading a highly informative assembly to raise awareness of int… https://t.co/DiPBhMClB1
Year 3 explored adding fractions today using the Numicon. The use of Numicon really helped the children to have a s… https://t.co/mVBriIIuv7
Year 5 families, don't forget to pay your deposit for the Year 6 residential trip! Payments are to be made online b… https://t.co/DuWvtxFXFL