Welcome to North Mead Primary Academy

As Principal, I would like to welcome you to our school. I hope that you will feel North Mead Primary Academy is the school you wish to choose for your child. We wish our children to have special and happy memories of their time at North Mead and value highly the positive relationships we have built between children, parents, staff, governors and our neighbouring communities.

Children get one chance with their education and at North Mead we want this to be the best. Through the development of positive learning behaviours (Team Tactics) we hope that all children leave our school with the skills necessary for successful lifelong learning. A book rich curriculum teamed with creative opportunities are a core element of what we provide. We also offer a breakfast club every morning and offer after school activities most evenings. Learning is celebrated and openly admired and we strive to work and learn together with parents and carers.

We have a lot to be proud about at North Mead. We have well-resourced rooms and attractive surroundings. The extensive school grounds have been developed to support learning, providing an attractive and safe environment for all children to enjoy. The school is a happy, stimulating and caring place and we expect high standards of behaviour and good manners throughout the school.

We would be pleased to show you around North Mead, for you to feel the friendly atmosphere here, give you the opportunity to meet the staff and see the children as they work and play together.

Please phone or leave us a message for an appointment to visit.

If you have any safeguarding concerns about a child at North Mead outside of school hours, please call Social Care on 0116 4541004 or email [email protected]   The message will be sent to safeguarding leads.

Mr. Ben Burpitt

Principal – Ben Burpitt

North Mead in Bloom

Here are #TeamNorthMead’s latest corridor displays. The theme this time is North Mead in Bloom and our classes looked at different artists who had created plant themed artwork and then created their own interpretations.