Alternatively you may telephone the Admission Services Department, on 01926 742037 or 01926 742047 – email (firstname.lastname@example.org ) for further information.
Parents have a right of appeal to the Local Education Authority if their child is not allocated a place at the school of their choice. The procedure for making an appeal is outlined in the County Council’s booklet.
Full details or links to admission arrangements, including selection and oversubscription criteria, statement of current published admission number (PAN) and the process for applications through the local authority can be found here:
Performance and Ofsted
Please click on the links below for the latest inspection reports:
To view our most recent performance data, please select from the links below:
In providing for your child we are guided by the requirements of the National Curriculum and National Strategies for Literacy and Numeracy.
We give children the opportunity to achieve the highest possible standards of numeracy and literacy, whilst ensuring they can become confident in physical, artistic, practical and social skills. We provide a broad and balanced education that allows for the individual needs of each child to be met within well-planned learning experiences.
Please click on the link below to see the Curriculum Newsletter for your child's class:
Please click the links below for Phonics systems being used at our academy:
PE and Sport Grant Allocation
Purpose of the grant
The funding has been allocated to schools to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport for primary-aged pupils, so that they develop healthy lifestyles.
Please click on the file below to see how Keresley Newland Primary Academy achieve this:
The Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of eligible pupils, and close the gap between them and their peers.
Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, such as special schools and pupil referral units.
It is for schools to decide how the Pupil Premium is spent, since they are best placed to assess what additional provision should be made for the individual pupils within their responsibility. However, schools are to be held accountable for how they have used the additional funding to support eligible pupils. Please click the links below for further Pupil Premium information and how the pupil premium will be spent this academic year.
Our agreed Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy describes in detail the provision made for children with special educational needs at Keresley Newland. In doing this we ensure that all children have full access to the curriculum, and we are able to cater for children with a wide range of needs successfully.
Keresley Newland Community Garden
Our 'Learning Allotment' is in memory of Rachel Adams.
We have built an allotment in our School grounds that is managed by friends from the local village community, providing wonderful learning experiences for our children, and helping to build a stronger local community through sharing,volunteering and friendship.
Dodge ball - KS2 Only - 3:30-4:30pm
Reading Club - Any Age - 3:30-4:30pm
Homework Club - KS2 Only - 12:20pm
Coding Club - KS2 Only - 3:30-4:30pm
Cheerleading - KS2 Only - 3:30-4:30pm
Mindfulness - KS2 Only - 3:30-4:30pm
Homework Club - KS1 Only - 12:00-12:20pm
Multi Skills - KS1 Only - 3:30-4:30pm
Attention all parents! Communicating with you is an important part of what we do, making sure you get the correct information about activities, events and school news that really matters is something we care about.
As you know, the school uses ParentMail, a service used by over 6,000 schools, nurseries and children’s clubs to communicate to parents.
To log in to your ParentMail feed click here.
We’d like to encourage all parents to download the APP as there are a number of benefits both to you and the school:
- You don’t need to login to pick up messages or attachments when you use the App.
- The App stores all the messages we send you in one place.
- Every message sent arrives as an instant alert on your mobile.
- You help save us money!
You can download the App for free from either the
For help with your ParentMail account click here.
The School will make every attempt to open.
In the event of disruption caused by heavy snow the prime concern of the school must always be the safety of the pupils and staff.
For information about emergency school closures, please click the link below:
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
Safe in Warwickshire is brought to you by the multi-agency Safer Warwickshire Partnership Board, includes Prevent information.
BBC Parenting Site
Advice for parents of primary-aged children.
BBC Adult Learning
Lots of information about getting into learning.
Articles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.
The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.
Skoolbo is a learning company that uses games as the central medium for learning.
Our School Council are responsible for upholding the values, expectations and high standards we have as a school. As per our British Values, we are a democratic team and were all voted into these positions by our peers. We also heavily promote our School Values such as Courtesy; through listening to each other's views, respecting these and challenging/suggesting alternatives politely and diplomatically.
Who are we?
Year 1 - Keira and Stanley
Year 2 - Peyton and Lena
Year 3 - Maisie and Lacee J
Year 4 - Joshua and Olivia
Year 5 - Kurtis and Benjamin
Year 6 - Tyler and Taylor
When do we meet?
School Council meetings take place fortnightly and are overseen by Mrs Hims. We take turns in 'Chairing' and 'minuting' each meeting and also assign short-term roles, responsibilities and key deliverables based upon our agreed action plan or next steps.
What are our aims?
- To make sure that our school is a safe and happy place for children;
- To make sure that children have a place to voice their opinions, thoughts and concerns;
- To encourage all children in the school to suggest improvements.