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Farm visit

We had a fabulous visit from Millers Ark Animals today, where the children got to meet some of the animals including “Spot” the pig and the very friendly donkeys. Outdoor learning is an important feature of our curriculum and this has been a great opportunity to learn about farm animals.      

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Outdoor Learning

It is lovely to see the children enjoying the schools outdoor learning spaces as we head into the Autumn term. This can be through PE lessons, outdoor learning and during playtimes.    

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Lets Fly Away

Monday 31st October saw the pupils of Newdigate school fly off to Lapland ! The children created their own passports and boarding passes, which were stringently checked by our Year 2 cabin crew.      The children learnt all about the day in the life of a pilot and what is in a pilots bag. “How fast

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Newsletter – 2

Newsletter 2 13th October 2017

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Newsletter

Newsletter 1 – 8th September 2017

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Swimming Pool

We were thrilled to officially re-open our heated outdoor swimming pool at the weekend and celebrate the many opportunities it provides for our children and local community. Cllr Helen Clack and Carole Chaplin

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Building!

Following the interests of some of our Early Years children we have been building a strong solid wall.  It is never too early to learn such important life skills!

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Ladyland Farm – Whole School Trip

It was an absolute pleasure to see our children experiencing hands on learning at our whole school trip to Ladyland Farm on Friday.  Not only did they get the opportunity to hold chicks, ducklings, kid goats and rabbits, but they also fed calves and met pigs and horses, and had a very bumpy tractor ride!

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Holi Festival

The reception children have been learning about the Hindu celebration called “Holi” Granny Shail came into school to talk about Holi, we tasted some Indian food and then took part in some indian dancing, which was performed to the parents.

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School Art Project

We have been very fortunate this week to be given the opportunity to take part in an arts project organised and funded through the Arts Society. With the help of Moira Thorpe ( Young Arts Representative and Penny Green ( a ceramicist) we have been making nature inspired clay tiles using imprints.  These tiles will

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