Monthly Archives: March 2016

Nansen Primary wins ‘global’ competition

CREATIVE pupils at Nansen Primary are celebrating after winning a competition aimed at promoting recycling. Schools from across Birmingham and Staffordshire took part in the competition organised by retail giant Selfridges as part of its ‘Fashioning A Brighter Future’ campaign. Pupils were asked to decorate paper desk globes with recyclable materials to raise awareness about

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Nansen Primary becomes one of Britain’s first ‘School of Tennis’

Nansen Primary and Rockwood Academy have scored a grand slam after being hand-picked to take part in a national pilot scheme aimed at encouraging pupils to play tennis. They are among just 21 schools across the UK to have been named as a School of Tennis. The initiative, by leading charity the Tennis Foundation, aims

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Ofsted Inspection

Nansen Primary School is going to be inspected by Ofsted on Tuesday 8th March 2016 and Wednesday 9th March 2016.

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Explorers Wanted

There’s an atmosphere of excitement at Nansen Primary School which has recently announced the appointment of Cath Rindl as head teacher. The vibrant school, in Alum Rock, is already benefiting from Mrs Rindl’s strong leadership skills – and staff are committed to making Nansen one of Birmingham’s top performing primary schools. Now Nansen Primary School

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Nansen Pupils Courtside at Davis Cup Tennis

Eleven Nansen pupils were invited to the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham to watch the Great Britain Davis Cup team train. On arrival, yesterday morning, pupils watched Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot practice from courtside, this was followed by a 15 minute Q&A session with Dominic Inglot where one of our pupils asked a question. Finally,

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