On Friday the 11th November children and young people from all key stages took part in a Rememberance Day ceremony.
We made and presented our own handmade poppy wreaths and took part in a 2 minute silence.
Students at Newman Special School worked with a local business owner to show local employers the unique skills they have to offer the labour market. The students showcased their skills at Newman’s end of term ‘Enterprise Skills Fair’.
Students from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5 were involved in different ways, including making and selling hand crafted products, arranging games and serving refreshments to parents, carers and siblings. Students produced their own marketing, considered everyone’s role, planned their stall and displays and handled money at the event. Engagement and independence skills were at the top of the agenda on the day while staff took a step back and let students lead wherever possible. Everyone who attended was very impressed and these are just a couple of comments made by parents/carers – Carole said 'There is a wonderful array of handmade goods. I was impressed with a student using his talker to sell candles' and Marie commented upon how 'Lovely and well set out the event was and everyone looked happy' She went on to say that 'this event shows what the kids are capable of'.
Newman School KS5.4 pupils recently voted for the National Youth Parliament debate topics, with Education Reform coming out in top place.
In Rotherham, the top issue for discussion was Transport with 1325 out of the 5219 votes cast. Other hot topics for young people in Rotherham were Education Reform (635 votes) and Stop Cuts to the NHS (632 votes).
Title: George’s Marvellous Medicine
Author: Roald Dahl
What is the book about?
George making his own medicine for his Grandma. She is an old lady. He uses washing up liquid, lipstick and shampoo. He gives to Grandma and fire comes out of her nose and ears. It was really funny!
Who would this book be suitable for?
I think it is suitable for children/teenagers who find silly things funny and have a good sense of humour.
Would you/ would you not recommend the book?
Yes! I really enjoyed it; it was funny and I like to have a good laugh.
Review by Kion
One of our NAR parents - Mrs Hackett - has been fundraising for us and has raised an amazing £540.00!
She raised the money by having a coffee morning and bake sales. The money has been placed in school fund and and is ready to be put to good use!
Sincere thanks to Mrs. Hackett from all of us at Newman School.
5th June 2017
The Kindness Tree
Newman School is focused on the importance of being kind. At school we have a kindness tree where we write nice messages about people. The kindness tree is near the hall and on the way to the bottom corridor. To be kind you can help each other, share, look after people and solve propblems with others. The leaves are shaped like hands.
14th July 2017
Well done, keep up the good work!
w/e 14th July 2017
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