Newtown CofE Primary School

R.A.I.S.E - Respect, Achieve, Independence, Self-esteem, Excellence



Mission Statement


"Growing, learning and living through the love of God to nurture and develop global citizens of tomorrow."


We are a voluntary controlled Church of England Primary School. The school was established as a church school by a conveyance of the 29th June 1854 between Henry John Barker and the Archdeacon of Salop; it's ethos then and now being to encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promote Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils. 


Our Christian values are: respect, responsibility, trust, fairness and consideration for others.

SIAMS February 2017 - Outstanding School (see Ofsted & Performance section for Full Report)

Ofsted November 2013 - Outstanding School

Newtown C.E. Primary School officially federated with Welshampton C.E. Primary School on 1st May 2016 to form the Newhampton C.E. (V.C) Schools Federation.


School Aims

At Newtown C. E. School we aim to:

  • Provide a welcoming, happy, safe and secure environment where all children have equal opportunities to develop to their full potential.
  • Work together with parents as co-educators to actively promote strong home school links to benefit each child's education and development.
  • Develop in all children a love of learning that will remain with them for life.
  • Celebrate each child's unique talents and special qualities and nurture these to develop confident children with high self-esteem and empathy.
  • Awaken curiosity, encourage investigation and exploration of the world around them.
  • Develop skills and understanding in all areas of linguistic, numeric, cultural, creative, physical, social and moral development.
  • Foster spiritual development, essentially through the Christian faith and to develop a deeper understanding of the beliefs and cultures of others.
  • Ensure that strong links are maintained with the local community for which the school provides a focal point and enable children to participate as active young citizens.
  • Promote high standards of behaviour where children are caring, thoughtful and respectful towards other children and adults.
  • Teach children the importance of healthy eating and exercise and encourage children to make healthy lifestyle choices.