Welcome to Newham Bridge Primary School
I am extremely proud to lead a team that is committed to achieving high standards and providing the very best opportunities for the children in our care. Staff, supported by governors, work hard to deliver a rich and challenging curriculum; to prepare children for future education; and do help them acquire the skills and enthusiasm needed to pursue learning for the rest of their lives.
The best way to find out about our school is to come and visit, to see us in action and meet staff and children. A telephone call to the school office on 01642 816884 is all that is needed to arrange this.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school and to a happy and successful partnership with all our new children and families.
Childhood Flu Programme
The Childhood Immunisation Team provides the childhood flu programme to children in Reception to School Year 5, who live in or attend a school in Darlington, County Durham and Teesside.
If you would like to register your child for the Flu vaccine please use the link below (Our school will be located in the Teesside tab). Any parent/carer without internet access can call 0300 303 1603.
Free School Meals – Apply online
You can now apply online for free school meals for your child/children.
To check if you’re are in receipt of this please check out our Free School Meals page. From there you can follow the link to apply online.
Newham Bridge School – We’re Good!
After our recent Ofsted inspection Newham Bridge has been judged to be ‘Good’ with many outstanding features!
Click here to read the full report
“We are pleased with the report and feel proud of what has been achieved since the last inspection. I would like to thank all our Staff, Governors, and many agencies and professionals who work to support our school in achieving the best outcomes and allowing our pupils to be inspired, enjoy and achieve! I would like to thank you, our parents…for supporting the school and most importantly the children for all their enthusiasm in all they do at Newham Bridge.”
Mrs B Hewitt-Best – November 2015