P3/4 Coin Maths

P3/4 are working on Lego bar charts and coin maths. Coin maths is a type of maths which helps you with your times tables. It is part of Big Maths which is fun! ?By Josh and Phyllis?

Parent Council Meeting Minutes

Here are the Minutes of the Parent Council Meeting held on Wednesday 16th March 2016:

PC Meeting Minutes 16th March 2016

Dinosaurs in the Nursery!

The nursery have been learning about dinosaurs and all the different types of dinosaurs. To carry on the project they started to learn about fossils, and how they get preserved over time. They decided to do a dinosaur dig in the sand pit and see how many dinosaurs they could get. Then they …

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Healthy Tuck Shop

Healthy tuck shop is back. They have a new coupon system where every time someone comes to tuck shop and spends 50p every time you buy one or two items you get a dot filled in. When you get the five coloured in you get one item free. Tuck shop is every Tuesday. The snacks are fruit, humous, salsa, carrot …

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P5 Bikeability

P5 have started doing Bikeability and are being taught how to do things like an M check.  An M check is where you check your bike’s safety, checking gears and brakes and your wheels for holes, ruptures or punctures. They will be using their bikes at Newton Primary but to get there …

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Parent Council – Agenda for 27th April Meeting

Here is the Agenda for the next meeting of the Parent Council, to be held on Wednesday 27th April at 6.30pm:

PC Meeting Agenda 27th April 2016

Parent Council – Finance meeting minutes

Here are the Minutes of the Parent Council finance meeting held on 17th February 2016:

PC Meeting Minutes 17th Feb 2016

The Big Pedal

Get set… we’re taking part in The Big Pedal 2016, the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting challenge that inspires pupils, staff and parents to choose two wheels for their journey to school.

The details

On each day of the challenge schools compete to see who can record the greatest number of pupils, staff and parents cycling or scooting to …

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