Newton Farm Primary School and Nursery Class

November 19, 2021
by Miss Love

Room 4

Books Glorious Books! The boys and girls have enjoyed celebrating Book Week Scotland in Room 4. We visited the school library for the first time ever!! On Tuesday we had a mystery teacher come and read to us. It turned … Continue reading

Room 12

November 19, 2021 by Miss Campbell | 0 comments

We have been making the most of Book Week Scotland and reading lots in class. On Tuesday, we had a visit from Mrs Kerr as our Mystery Reader.

We also received our Read, Write and Count bags at the start of the week and have been making use of them regularly in class.

Today, we enjoyed celebrating Children in Need and even got full marks in the school quiz!

Thank you to all the Boys and Girls in Room 12 for working hard as always and participating fully in the events at school this week.

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November 19, 2021
by Ms McIver


We had a fantastic week at Newton Farm celebrating all things books! Our library is officially open! All pupils got to visit the library with their class which they will continue to do each week. Our P1-3s received their gorgeous … Continue reading

๐Ÿ“šBook Week Scotland & Children in Need๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ•บ

November 19, 2021 by Miss Napier | 0 comments

We’ve had another busy week in Room 20!

With it being Book Week Scotland, we had a mystery reader come to our class on Tuesday to read part of their favourite book. It turned out to be Miss Hogg who read the opening chapter to Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone! The class really wanted to read my mystery reader book too (The Christmasaurus picture book that was read to room 2!) so we hooked up the visualiser on Wednesday and read the book together, with all the pictures being seen clearly on the big screen. We also designed bookmarks that will be entered into a competition to be printed and issued in our school library.

On Friday lots of us dressed up in yellow/spots/Pudsey/Blush clothing for Children in Need! We took part in a Pudsey quiz during assembly and then participated in a 30 min dance-a-thon in the afternoon. There were lots of puffed out faces!

Our Junior Road Safety Officers also created a powerpoint presentation and spoke at the assembly about the Be Bright Day we are holding next Friday (26th November). They did a brilliant job sharing all the information clearly and confidently with the school ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฆบ

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November 19, 2021
by Mrs Ventre

Room 1

Good afternoon everyone ๐Ÿ™‚ The boys and girls have really enjoyed all their new learning this week . In Literacy, we looked at two new sounds, m and r and worked really hard at how to form these in lots … Continue reading

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