Starting school in September 2022

If you child is 4 or will turn 4 before 1 September 2022, they can start school in September 2022.  For more information go to  Applications open for Hampshire residents on 1 November 2021.  THE NATIONAL CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SATURDAY 15 JANUARY 2022

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Newlands Primary School – Yateley

Delivering a nurturing and inclusive learning environment to encourage growth of the individual.

Global – a fully inclusive environment where children feel part of their school and the wider community

Resilience – taking risks, embracing challenges with perseverance and confidence

Outstanding – seeking excellence, igniting curiosity while promoting individuality

Well-being – a safe environment where all of us thrive

Together – communicating openly, where contributions are valued and voices are heard

Happy – we all enjoy learning

Outstanding Achievement

At Newlands we are proud that standards for all our pupils, whatever their starting points, are very high.

Exciting Curriculum

We focus on learning in-context. We emphasise outdoor learning, visits, trips and residential stays to promote key learning objectives for our pupils.

Exceptional Care, Guidance and Support

Our pupils are confident and feel safe. They have an excellent understanding of what they can do to help and support each other during their time at school.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the questionnaires. As well as being a wonderful affirmation of what we are doing at Newlands it has also been really useful to reflect on and develop some of our practice. For the full results and analysis click here.


Newlands is a single-form entry, community primary school. We know our children as individuals and strive to help them find their own unique talents, skills and abilities. We are located in a residential area of Yateley, a town often cited in the top ten most desirable places to live in the country.

The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is below average. Almost all pupils are from a White British heritage; very few pupils are from other backgrounds. The proportion of pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities is below average. These pupils include those with moderate learning difficulties, and behavioural, emotional and social difficulties.

The school web-site serves as digital perspective, containing all statutory documents while giving a flavour of the rich and vibrant learning on offer at Newlands.