Newton Farm Primary School and Nursery Class

Last Week in Room 14

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Last week we were super busy in Room 14! Here’s a little look at some of our learning.

As you know, we have been enjoying reading our class novel, ‘The Creakers’. There is a big focus in the book on waste so last week the children became waste detectives, researching the effects of dumping waste in the sea, underground and in the atmosphere.

We were very lucky with the sunny weather last week so we took our learning outdoors again. We worked on doubling and times tables in maths and even had some time to read a chapter of our class novel in the sunshine.

We started off our poetry writing lesson outside too by working on our rhyming skills. The children all did such a good job and were keen to read their poems aloud to the rest of the class.

Below are just a couple of examples of Room 14’s amazing poems all about their lockdown memories as well as some other pictures of this week’s learning.

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