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Church of England Primary School

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Newton Ferrers children represented the school superbly at the Remembrance Service at St. Peters Church. Our Head girl and boy - Tamsin and Travis - read their individual readings clearly and calmly in front of the full church.

Newton Ferrers children represented the school superbly at the Remembrance Service at St. Peters Church.  Our Head girl and boy - Tamsin and Travis - read their individual readings clearly and calmly in front of the full church. 1
Newton Ferrers children represented the school superbly at the Remembrance Service at St. Peters Church.  Our Head girl and boy - Tamsin and Travis - read their individual readings clearly and calmly in front of the full church. 2
Newton Ferrers children represented the school superbly at the Remembrance Service at St. Peters Church.  Our Head girl and boy - Tamsin and Travis - read their individual readings clearly and calmly in front of the full church. 3
Newton Ferrers children represented the school superbly at the Remembrance Service at St. Peters Church.  Our Head girl and boy - Tamsin and Travis - read their individual readings clearly and calmly in front of the full church. 4

Cellars class celebrated Harvest at Holy Cross Church with a presentation about their experience at Carswell farm as well as singing a number of songs beautifully.

Cellars class celebrated Harvest at Holy Cross Church with a presentation about their experience at Carswell farm as well as singing a number of songs beautifully. 1
Cellars class celebrated Harvest at Holy Cross Church with a presentation about their experience at Carswell farm as well as singing a number of songs beautifully. 2

Mr Hilling has been training our year 5 and 6 leaders to play games with younger children at lunchtime.

Mr Hilling has been training our year 5 and 6 leaders to play games with younger children at lunchtime. 1
Mr Hilling has been training our year 5 and 6 leaders to play games with younger children at lunchtime. 2

Meet our Head Boy and Head Girl for this Autumn term

Meet our Head Boy and Head Girl for this Autumn term 1

Meet the House Captains:

Meet the House Captains: 1

 

 

Key Stage 1 and 2

 

 

Fire Safety talks.

On Thursday 10th March, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 had a Fire Safety presentation.

The children all enjoyed the videos and disscussions. They have learnt some new information from the visitors.

Alice, Year 2 said, " You need to call 999 if there is an emergency. When the answer the call you need to tell them where you are, what your baddress is, what your postcode is and if there are any landmarks nearby".

 

William, Year 2 said, "When you roll on the floor you smother the flames. That's why you should STOP, DROP and ROLL".

 

Molly, Year 2 said, " Never play with matches. If you find some you should tell your Mum or Dad about them".

 

Jess, Year 1 said, "When you call 999, they ask you who you need".

 

Harry, Year 1 said, "You need to know which landmarks you are near".

 

Oliver, Year 1 said, "You need to tell the person on the phone where you are; you need to know the postcode".

 

Yasmin, EYFS said, "Smoke detectors smell the smoke, like a nose".

 

 

 

 

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