Newton Farm Primary School and Nursery Class

Our Week in Room 16 20.11.23


Apologies for this delayed update, we had such an exciting Be Bright day we forgot to press upload on our blog. What an exciting week we have had this week in Room 16!

We have expanded our knowledge and understanding of the nurture principles for our school by creating visual communication cards that we will present at next weeks assembly.

We have also challenged ourselves in areas of French and Numeracy by trying addition and subtraction sums in French! We have found this so exciting and we are surprisingly finding a lot of success through using a different language to think about our number strategies.

We have been continuing with our rugby efforts in PE and have moved onto defending our teams from attackers through playing our ‘break the wall’ game, we have had so much fun!

We have continued to bring in the festive spirit by finishing off our Christmas baubles for the fayre and have selected our songs for the Christmas show, we are already making great progress in learning the words and actions.

Our highlight this week has to be our 1960s inspired science lesson, in which we experimented how rocks (meteorites)  and sugar cubes (the moons surface) interact when they collide, we discovered the fine substance of moon dust through our active learning!

To end our week we had a fabulous turn out for Be Bright day to bring awareness to road safety week, our efforts were brilliant, well done!

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