Welcome to Somerville Primary School website
Somerville Primary School is a community school, which proudly serves the local community. We have 790 pupils from Nursery to Year 6. The vast majority of our pupils are Muslim and we hold a determination to hold Islamic acts of worship on a daily basis. The pupils come from many different cultural and ethnic backgrounds, which help to make Somerville School a vibrant and exciting place to learn. We provide a safe and secure environment for all, with up to date technological equipment to ensure that our children and staff are ICT literate. Click here to read more of the Headteacher's Welcome.
You can read our last Ofsted Report (January 2012 ) by clicking : OFSTED Report 2012 (217.29 kB).
Latest School Calendar Events
- Easter Holidays30Mar2015
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Easter Holidays - Please make sure your child does their Easter homework.
- School Re-opens13Apr2015
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- Personal Targets January 2015
All pupils ( Years 1 to 6) have had targets set for this term with their class/set teachers.Please sign these in your child's planner. Please help your child at home to work towards these targets and speak to your child's teacher if you have any queries.
- Environment Week 9th -13th February 2015
Thank you to parents and pupils for sending in the recyclable materials. We used these for Environment Week to make lots of different things! Look out for these around school!
- Headteacher' Coffee Morning
Held on Last Friday of each month to discuss any general concerns or issues. Future Meetings : 27th March, 24th April, 22nd May , 26th June and 17th July 2015.
Latest Newsround stories
- Meghan Trainor talks body image
Children and celebrities talk about their body image for a Newsround Special called 'Being Me'. They…
- Children draw their lives
We asked some children to tell us their stories about body image through drawings.
- Zayn Malik featured on new track
Music producer Naughty Boy has released a new song online, featuring Zayn Malik.
- Jay-Z launches new music service
Some of the biggest popstars in the music industry are joining a new music streaming service called…
- More horses being abandoned
The animal charity, the RSPCA, says it's looking after more abandoned horses, ponies and donkeys tha…