Hello and welcome to our school’s website.  We’re pleased that you’ve joined us and hope that you enjoy sharing some time with us. Awsworth Primary & Nursery School began as a new school in September 2002, when the former Infant and Junior Schools were amalgamated to form a single school.  In June 2018 we then became an Academy, joining the East Midlands Education Trust (EMET) together with six other primary schools in the local area: Gilthill Primary, Hollywell Primary, Kimberley Primary & Nursery, Larkfields Infants, Mornington Primary and Street Lane Primary in Denby, Derbyshire.  The Kimberley School is also a member of EMET.  Details about EMET can be found on our Contact Details page.

In the photographs, writing and drawings on our website you will see our pupils and staff hard at work and play, just like the busy bees we have adopted as our school logo.  Working and playing is something we do well at Awsworth where we encourage all our pupils to achieve their full potential.

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Striving to Achieve our BEST!

Latest News

After an incredibly busy week, the fun doesn't stop! On Monday, we will be celebrating 'World Children's Day' as part of our ongoing work as a UNICEF Rights Respecting School. We invite all children to wear non-uniform.  Bright and colourful to stand out.  This year, we have taken part in the OutRight Campaign.  A link to find out more is below. The Children have been busy writing good luck cards to our Minister of state for Energy Security and Net Zero who will be attending COP28 later this year.   They look amazing and are filled with the children's work, asking the government to protect children from climate change.

November 20th, 2023 After an incredibly busy week, the fun doesn't stop! On Monday, we will be celebrating 'World Children's ...

Parent Governor Elections

How would you like to support the school as one of our Governors?

We will be holding a parent governor election this term.  Please read the attached letter regarding how to nominate.

Paper copies are available upon request from the office.

Kind regards



November 16th, 2023 Parent Governor Elections How would you like to support the school as one of our Governors? We ...

It's been an incredibly busy Monday back.  Wonderful to see children wearing odd socks today.  We started the week with an assembly delivered by the School of Kindness. If you'd like to know more, follow their link below

November 13th, 2023 It's been an incredibly busy Monday back.  Wonderful to see children wearing odd socks today.  We started ...

OPAL Evening - Parents Welcome - Update 13.10.2023

Unfortunately, due to a heavy sports schedule next week I am needing to change the date of the meeting to Tuesday 17th October.  Please see the attached letter regarding the OPAL programme.

The school has a football competition on Wednesday and a district athletics tournament on the Thursday.  Due to staffing, I am needed to attend both in order for the children to take part.

I apologise for the inconvenience but I hope you agree the children come first.

 

The new date for the meeting will be Tuesday 17th October

 

 


October 13th, 2023 OPAL Evening - Parents Welcome - Update 13.10.2023 Unfortunately, due to a heavy sports schedule next week ...

OPAL Evening - Parents Welcome We will also be holding a face to face meeting on Wednesday18th October, afterschool in the main hall for anyone who is interested.  Look out for our OPAL dedicated page appearing soon on the website.

October 12th, 2023 OPAL Evening - Parents Welcome We will also be holding a face to face meeting on Wednesday18th ...

Upcoming Events

Further details to come from class teachers

March 7, 2024 World Book Day

Sam Copeland will be visiting Awsworth Primary and Nursery to inspire young writers.

 

Books to be signed can be ordered from ParentPay.

March 7, 2024 Author Visit - March 7th 2024

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Author Visit - March 7th 2024

We are very excited and fortunate to be having Sam Copeland (Author of Charlie Changed into a Chicken) visit us on World Book Day.

He will be talking to the children about how he became an author and sharing his top tips.

Please see the attached letter for more information including how you can get a sign copy of his book.

February 20th, 2024 / March 5th, 2024