Church School

“Let your light shine” Matthew 5:16 

Worship at Newtown

There is a whole school worship everyday at Newtown. All staff and children share in this special time and enjoy the variety of forms it takes.

Each week worship is given a particular focus and each day the worship is tailored to fit in with the this.

We are forunate that we have outside support for our worship. Every Wednesday our local clergy leads us in a worship and every half term we enjoy a visit from 'The Cellar Church'.

'The Cellar Church' are volunteers who visit schools to share the word of the Lord. They take bible stories and present them in a variety of ways which educate and entertain the children. From puppetry and acting to songs and music, the team, often with the help of the children themseves, engage the whole school in the bible story they are telling.

Friday is a worship of celebration. As a whole school we celebrate all the acheivements of the children, and sometimes staff, from both inside and outside of school. It is a special time which everyone enjoys as we round off another week of achievement at Newtown Church of England Primary School.

We have very close and established links with King Charles the Martyr Church in Newtown and it is a regular place of Wroship for us, especially for key events during the year. These events include Christmas, Easter, Remebrance and Leavers' services. 

OUR VISION

'Let your light shine' encapsulates the school's commitment to provide an enriching education which is deep and broad.

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NEWTOWN

Church of England Primary School

Newtown,
Wem,
Shrewbury
SY4 5NU

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School Office

Mrs R. Hanbury | Mrs J.Hordern

01939 233353

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Special Educational Needs Coordinator

Mrs Lench

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Executive Headteacher

Mr Ben Crompton

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Our Federation

‘Our school is forward-thinking and outward-looking. We will continuously improve and evolve together, in order to inspire pupils who leave our school feeling excited and ready for the future.’