Newton Farm Primary School and Nursery Class

March 28, 2024
by Mrs Stewart

Clay Modelling

This week, we continued to look at famous European artists. Our focus this week was on Auguste Rodin and his famous sculptures. We used clay to create a model of ourselves, striking a pose. Now we need to let them … Continue reading

February 23, 2024
by Mrs Stewart

Healthy Lifestyles

This week we have started to think about how to keep ourselves healthy, both physically and mentally. We discussed the importance of diet, water, exercise and sleep as part of a healthy lifestyle. Part of the conversion also included screen … Continue reading

January 26, 2024
by Mrs Stewart

Piet Mondrian Artwork

Here in Room 19 we have been making some artwork inspired by Piet Mondrian, a Dutch minimalist artist To make a minimalist art piece like Piet Mondrian you could have primary colours and blocks of colour surrounded by thick or … Continue reading

December 15, 2023
by Mrs Stewart

Christmas Concert

We are all feeling very tired today, after our Christmas Concert performance yesterday. It was great to see so many friends and family members in the audience and we loved seeing everyone as we came out on stage. We hope … Continue reading

December 8, 2023
by Mrs Stewart

Book Buddies

Sorry for the late pictures, but we had some technical issues getting the photos off the camera! Here are some pictures from last week’s reading event. when parents and relatives came along to Room 19 to enjoy some reading time. … Continue reading

December 1, 2023
by Ms McIver

Book Week 📚🔦

This week Newton Farm Primary celebrated Book Week Scotland. We had a great time having book themed lessons, a mystery teacher come to read to us, cosy DEAR time and of course the best part, having our wonderful families in … Continue reading

🦺 Be Bright Day 24th November 🦺

November 24, 2023 by Miss Napier | 0 comments

Well… Our Be Bright Day as been an incredible success! It’s been amazing to see so many of our pupils in super bright and reflective clothing to raise awareness of staying safe and seen in the darker months. The JRSOs and WOW ambassadors have been very impressed with the effort that everyone has gone to. Thank you parents and carers with your help in this too!

The JRSOs have been visiting all pupils at their assemblies this week to talk about road safety and staying safe and seen too. They’ve put in a huge amount of effort, along with the WOW ambassadors, to organise the event.

Each class has now had their brightest winners announced and the brightest staff have been selected as well. I think you’ll agree they look dazzling 🤩 These winners received their goody bags and certificates today and came together for a big photo.

Every pupil in the school also received a reflective pack/keyring to take home, courtesy of our fabulous parent council. A huge thank you to you for helping to make our Be Bright day an even bigger success.

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