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Norwood Primary School

Norwood Primary School

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Initially built to an open plan design, the school is now split into distinct classroom areas. Further accommodation includes a central hall, administration centre, ICT suite, food resources area, three art areas, seven cloakrooms and a well stocked library for the use of all classes. During the summer of 2006 staff facilities were extended and modernised.Externally the site is well equipped with a large playing field, plus extensive grass and hard play space. The reception class has its own, fully resourced, outdoor area that is enclosed whilst offering independence and choice in a secure area.

Norwood Community Primary School opened in 1975 and is sited on the north-eastern edge of the city, serving an area of mostly private housing that has been built in the intervening time.

Initially built to an open plan design, the school is now split into distinct classroom areas. Further accommodation includes a central hall, administration centre, ICT suite, food resources area, three art areas, seven cloakrooms and a well stocked library for the use of all classes. During the summer of 2006 staff facilities were extended and modernised.

Ofsted URN:110734

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs Reynolds
Contact Position
Head Teacher
Telephone
E-mail
office@norwood.peterborough.sch.uk
Website
https://www.norwood-school.co.uk/

Where to go

Address
Gunthorpe Road
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
Postcode
PE4 7DZ
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Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
From 4 years to 11 years

Local Offer

Description

As a team, we have supported pupils with mild to profound hearing impairments and two of our teaching assistants attend regular update meetings with the Sensory Support Service.

All staff are trained annually with regards to asthma and anaphylaxis by the School Nursing Team. Where there is an identified need, first aiders are trained to administer emergency medication.

Intervention programmes are selected by evidence that shows good progress as a result. Where possible, our teaching assistants are trained directly from the provider to ensure that programmes are delivered efficiently to enable the best possible outcome.

To support a variety of children our teaching assistants have a variety of skills. These include supporting pupils with social and emotional needs, Autism Spectrum Disorder and hearing impairment. When a child joins the school with a SEND with which we are not familiar, we endeavour to build knowledge through outside agency support.

Contact Name
Mrs Jane Cockerill
Contact Telephone
01733 574717
Contact Email
office@norwood.peterborough.sch.uk
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SEND Information
Local Offer Age Bands
5 to 11 years
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