Newton Farm Primary School and Nursery Class

May 17, 2024
by Miss Mulreany

Room 5

This week in Room 5 we have had another busy week. Thank you to our parents/carers who came to our Parents’ Evening appointments last night. It was great to see you all and share some of the children’s progress with … Continue reading

May 10, 2024
by Miss Mulreany

Friendship Promises

As part of our Health and Wellbeing this week, Room 5 focused on two of our school values – Respect and Friendship. We used a tube of toothpaste to demonstrate how our words impact others. We squeezed the toothpaste out … Continue reading

May 3, 2024
by Miss Mulreany

Hello everyone, here is a little update from Room 5. RMcB – When we were playing with Lego, me and Finlay made a football stadium. The football is red, there is an audience and a scoreboard. FM – On this … Continue reading

April 19, 2024
by Miss Mulreany

Data Handling in Room 5

Room 5 enjoyed being back at school this week, catching up with all their friends. It was lovely to see everyone again and hear all about their Easter break. This week in Maths, we have been completing some data handling … Continue reading

Last week was extremely busy for Room 5. We had our class trip and celebrated British Science Week 2024.

On Monday, we went on our class trip to the National Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride. It was so much fun and we were very thankful that it stayed dry for us. We got to explore the museum and look at lots of old farming machinery. We then took a short tractor ride up to the farm to see some of the animals. We saw cows, sheep, horses and hens to name a few. We enjoyed the fresh air whilst taking a walk through the fields. To end the day, we got a little play at the park with all of our friends from Room 6. It was a fantastic trip and one we will remember for a very long time.

We marked British Science Week by completing lots of Science based activities in class last week. We really enjoyed learning about static electricity. We used balloons to show static electricity and particularly enjoyed sticking up our hair and trying to get our balloons to stick to the wall. We ended the week by sharing some of our Science learning at assembly.

Primary 2 will not be sending home any more formal homework between now and the Easter break. Please just continue to catch up on any assigned Mathletics activities and rehearse your solo talk in preparation for presenting it to the class week beginning 25th March. Thank you again for your continued support with home learning this term, it is greatly appreciated. Please remember to bring in your decorated egg for the competition too. On Friday 22nd March, you should come to school in PE clothes for a fun obstacle course activity.

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