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Newton Farm's Jubilee Party

This week we had an in school celebration for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The afternoon was filled with activities, ranging from decorating cookies with the union jack, doing puzzles and playing games like pin the tail on the donkey.

Newton Farm's Got Talent Finalists 2022

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What a fantastic show we had yesterday! Newton Farm pupils really do have so many incredible talents! The whole school will be voting for their winner today! Good luck everyone!

This week, Year 4 performed an assembly for Eid and Ramadan for the entire school as well as parents later on in the day.

The children enjoyed their Waterstones trip, where they were able to pick out and buy books for the whole school.

We had an amazing book week last week!

The Police came in earlier last week and provided us with a brilliant assembily on the police!

Newton Farm Diwali ! We had lots of amazing people come in and talk about the history of Diwali and the Hindu Religon.

To celebrate Black History Month we were lucky enough to have a Mr Chris come and talk to us about music therapy and black history. He also did workshops with Year 6 and Year 2.

Year 6 had a special evening screening of the Shakespeare performance of "Romeo And Juliet" that they were part of last year.

The children took part in a "Be Bold, Be Seen" fashion show as part of Happy Feet, Healthy Heart Week!

Making a poster to celebrate the European Day of Languages (26 September)

The first library session for the Reading Mentors took place today - Great to see the children making use of the library again!

Newton Farm participated in Red a Nose Day fundraising. The theme was was “Power of Funny” The children made each other laugh by having a Crazy Hair Day, doing knock knock jokes and having a themed Red Nose Day Lunch.

We had a unexpected guest at the school Fire Fighters turned up!!

The children enjoyed trying new foods for the Black History Month Lunch.

During Happy Feet, Healthy Heart week the children travelled sustainably by walking, scooting or cycling to school. Each child was given their own ' Active Travel Passport' and on each day that they travelled actively they were rewarded with a stamp. By the end of the week, the children with 5 stamps on their passport were rewarded with a walk to school badge!

The children learnt about the importance of being bright and being seen on the roads. Each child created their own bright badge with important messages about road safety.

To celebrate Happy Feet, Healthy Heart Week, the children enjoyed a travel themed lunch. Pupils had the opportunity to discuss what sustainable travel is and why they think it is important. Chartwell's made yummy traffic light fruit salads and cookies and even dressed up in traffic lights colours!

Reception, Year1 and Year 2 participated in scootability during Happy Feet, Healthy Heart Week. The sessions were designed to build pupils' confidence and stability on their scooters whilst teaching them an awareness of others when scooting on the pavement. Through fun games and exercises the children learnt to control their scooters and spot hazards.

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