Robert M has planted some amazing radishes that have sprung up over the half term.
Well done Robert, let's see if they taste as good as they look!
A compilation video of all the Y14 pupils enjoying the adventure activities at Lea Green as part of their NCS.
This morning (Monday 27th of March) Y14s are holding a coffee morning as part of their National Citizen Service.
They are selling coffee, tea, soft drinks and various baked goodies in the aid of Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
More information about the NCS can be found by clicking on the following link NCS.
In today's assembly our children and young people had a vote to see which attributes they thought members of our student council need.
There were 8 photos with captions to choose from and the pupils voted live for which 4 they thought were best. The vote was done live so that our young people can see that their choices really make a difference.
All the images were voted for by our young people!
Students at Newman Main School celebrated World Book Day in style!
Students came dressed as their favourite characters including Elsa from Frozen, Where's Wally, Little Red Riding Hood and Maia Mitchell.
We ended the day with an interactive story read to the whole school by John Greaves from the Schools Loans Service.
Don't forget to spend your £1 book tokens on any of the ten special World Book Day books OR use it to claim £1 off any other book.
NAR pupils took part in activities such as word searches, quizzes, book cover designs and a story writing competition.
Today the Y14s have been sky lining and cycling, two of the most challenging, exhilarating and tiring activities so far!
The last day has flown by!
'Don't be afraid, take a deep breath and have some courage.' Lewis's words of encouragement really sum up the team spirit that has developed amongst the young people at Meadow Lodge. This afternoon we even managed to fit in some orienteering and football. What a day! We are so proud of all our team. Every single person has pushed themselves out of their comfort zone and taken some risks. Just as importantly, they have all demonstrated respect and tolerance, friendship and support. Well done Team Newman!
The second day at Meadow Lodge has been amazing!
In the morning we worked together as a team to build a den in the woods. After a hearty lunch we were straight back out into the (very!) fresh air for abseiling and problem solving tasks. Everyone was so enthusiastic, energetic and brave! After our evening meal we will be building a fire and toasting marshmallows. We should all sleep well tonight!
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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