Welcome to Newcroft Primary Academy
Beaumanor 2017 Presentation for Parents.[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.1 MB]
As Head teacher at Newcroft, I am delighted to welcome you to our website.
Newcroft Primary Academy opened its doors to children aged 3 to 10 years (Pre-School to Year 5) in September 2016 after choosing to convert the previous school. Newcroft Primary School, to an Academy.
Newcroft is an Ofsted Outstanding Rated Primary School in Shepshed, Leicestershire.
In the main school, we cater for children from 4 Years to 10 Years (Y5). Our Pre-school is for children after their 3rd birthday.
We are very proud of school and the outcomes for our pupils and we welcome visits from any parents interested in finding the best possible education for their children.
We have a strong tradition for hard work, aspiration and pride in what we do at Newcroft. As such, some of the information on this site reflects the history of the school from when it was Newcroft Primary School.
Newcroft is a founding member of the Symphony Learning Trust which is a multi-academt trust, set up to provide a firm strategic approach to excellence in a number of Leicestershires schools.
Executive Head teacher
KS1 Autumn Term Award Winners
KS2 Autumn Term Award Winners
Friends of Newcroft Christmas Fayre 2016
Newcroft's Christmas Tree 2016
Hope they voted for our tree
Our Art Exhibition 2016
World Book Day 2016
We often get asked if we have a prospectus. Hopefully, you'll find that this website gives you everything you need to know about our school. If you want a paper prospectus, please either visit school or download the document from below.
This is a rather large file which may take a little while to download!
Newcroft School Prospectus (V20.07.05).p[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]
This is an important updated policy for parents to familiarise themselves with.
SRE Policy 2014-2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [348.5 KB]
See our learning from the most recent term here or click on the banner above to see what we've been doing!
Do you know a child who is a young carer, caring for adults in their lives? If so, please contact us at school so that we can help seek the appropriate support for this. We can help both the adults and the children involved.