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Waltham Forest

School Meals Service

The Waltham Forest Catering School Meals Strategy sets out our aims, in partnership with schools,

to increase the number of children benefiting from having nutritious school meals. 

"We are proud of our school meals web page which is on the Waltham Forest Council web site".
This link will provide parents with all types of information on schools meals.

School Meals Info Point

If you would like to contact

the Governing Body

please do so in writing

via the main school office

FAO: Maria Meehan,

Chair of Governors.

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on the internet


Visit the internet safety page at Newport School for helpful advice and resources.


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Culture Click

Connections to art,

history, museums

and other cultures

We are pleased to announce that our partner school Oakhill Primary has been considered to be Outstanding by Ofsted. 


 Newport works in partnership with Oakhill providing support and training for the NQTs there and we are delighted that our provision is deemed outstanding.

The Arts - for children...

Don't forget Newport News every week - keeping you up to date here

Don't forget first day of the new term - 22nd April 2014

Visit the School Blog here...

Prue Barnes

Headteacher's letter



Dear Parents & Carers,


We  are  once  again at the  end of a very successful term. The school has hosted a  number of Parent/Carer workshops and pupil led
events. You have  supported all our  events this term and  in doing so, you indirectly encourage  the  children. So, thank you for your participation.


This week the  Year 2’s went to the Natural History Museum to support their learning on Dinosaurs. The children discovered how these gentle plodding giants and fierce, bloodthirsty hunters lived, ate, and if they really died out  65 million years ago. well done  to the children for their excellent behavior around the fossils at the Museum...


 Read more here (link to the school newsletter)




Newport School

The latest Report

Pupil Premium Projects


See how we allocated

the funding here...



Governor News - read more here...

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Updated edition March 2014...

Newport School and

the First World War

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Images of our recent Maths workshop...


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Newport swimmers... the Waltham Forest Guardian!