Thank you for the feedback from your children's reports, here is a selection - "My child has absolutely loved her first year of school, I've been blown away by how much she has learnt over the past year and I'm so glad we chose Niton Primary School for her. Thank you to all of you." "A lovely report and great to see our child is enjoying their learning too." "Many thanks to Mrs Patching and Miss Stotesbury for all of their support." " I am extremely proud of how well my child has done this year, thank you." "We are so proud of the effort our child has put in this year, thank you to the school and teaching staff for helping him to achieve this." "We are extremely proud and grateful for the start our child has had under your care. He's enthusiastic everyday in terms of going to school and adores learning. Thank you to you all!" "We are very happy with the progress our child has made. Her confidence has grown and she has enjoyed this year so much. Thank you for the support you have given her, we very much appreciate it." "We are so proud of everything our child has achieved, thank you for your support." "Thank you to all of the teachers - especially Mrs Johnson who has encouraged, supported and believed in our child." "We are so proud of our child's report. She really enjoys school, which is lovely, and I can't thank you enough for all you have done for her." "We have seen a big improvement in writing, reading and creativity since she has been getting help at school, thank you."

2022- 23 Class names are based on people within the scientific field (current or historical) who link to and are an inspiration for our school values.

Please click on the class names below to find out more about these individuals and to find out what’s been going on in the class groups.




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Year 2


Year 3


Year 4


Year 5


Year 6



Niton Primary School

Partnership Information

  • We have a partnership with the University of Chichester and take students for work experience. Chichester also support as our ITT accreditation provider on the Aspire School Direct Programme
  • The Executive Headteacher is a Local Leader in Education.
  • We work with the Island Sports Partnership for school sport and enter a wide range of both competitive and non-competitive sports. This year we have competed in 21 different events
  • We are involved in cross competitions and festivals – music festivals, athletics competitions, netball and football tournaments and matches
  • Our Reception staff across the Federation are involved in EYFS standards and moderation events within the cluster but also across the Island. We are currently being moderated for EYFS outcomes this year.

In more detail ……

Cornerstone Federation

The Cornerstone Federation  was established in June 2016. The aim was to bring together the two schools (Niton and The Bay) to strength leadership, share best practice and learn from each other. The Federation will enable us to work closely  together to support each other’s professional learning. We have established a calendar of training across the two schools which also includes moderation activities.

The Federation aims to organise a variety of professional learning opportunities linked to the teaching school at a range of school venues. It aims to offer sustained learning opportunities through a mix of expert input, action research and school to school enquiry.

Sporting Links

We have a range of links to local and national partnerships including the Every Girl Can Initiative. We participate in all competitions ranging from football to archery, badminton to tennis. The school has gained the Activemark Gold award this year as a result developed links with the following clubs

Ventnor Tennis Club

Ventnor Ruby Club

Island Athletics – 32 children took part in the recent Cross Country Championships

Ryde Table Tennis Club

Island Games

Cluster events for 12 different sports

Ventnor Early Help Centre

We are member of the Ventnor Early Help Cluster enabling the school to sign post parents to access specialist and universal parenting and child support

Traffic Management Scheme / Sustrans

We have been awarded our Sustrans Active Crew Bronze award to promote active travel. The school is also part of the local 20’s plenty scheme to reduce travel speed in the Village.

Isle of Wight Music, Dance and Drama Festival

17 pupils entered the IOW Music, Drama and Dance festival.  14 finished with merit awards or higher – two were judged best in class.

Links to the Uplands Primary School / Forest Schools Alliance Bracknell

As part of the Cornerstone Federation, we have developed links with Uplands Primary School, a NCSL Teaching School. Initially we will be leading on a variety of NCSL leadership programmes, prioritising staff across the two schools and in our cluster.

School Direct – ITT Partnership

Since September 2013 The Bay has been the lead school for School Direct ITT provision on the Island. The programme has successfully recruited and trained 18 trainee teachers. In collaboration with Chichester University and colleague Headteachers the programme has been robustly quality assured. This has been achieved through triangulated moderation of the quality of the trainees and their mentors.

95% of the trainees who qualified through the programme were judged to be good or better and were successful in securing teaching posts on the Island. 100% of the first two cohorts are on track to or have successfully completed their NQT year. Niton joined the programme in September 2015 and has benefited by working with students.

In addition to our School Direct links we also have links to the University of Chichester to support their education faculty by taking students across KS1 and 2.

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Event List

Sea Shanty Big Sing

Pupils will be representing Niton @ VBG

From 10:45 until 14:00


Plaza Ices after school!

Plaza Ices will be on the school playground for a FONS fundraiser :)

From 14:45 until 15:30


Writing Workshop

For Reception parents and carers

From 14:30 until 15:00


Writing Workshop

For Reception parents and carers

From 14:30 until 15:00


Transition Day

All pupils will take part in a 'moving up' day to meet their new teacher and Y6 will go to their new high school


Transition Day

All pupils will take part in a 'moving up' day to meet their new teacher and Y6 will go to their new high school

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