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Nursery

Everyone has been helping to redesign the nursery. We have been choosing which toys to keep and which ones we are finished with and we are still working on it. We talked to some of the children in the nursery.…

Gallery Visit

The Borders Railway gave us the opportunity to receive a  free trip on the train into Edinburgh. Instead of catching the train into Waverly and back to Newtongrange our teacher, Mr Thomson decided it would be a good idea for…

Visit to the Gallery

Primary 5A, Mr Thomson, Mrs Byars, Mr Ramsey, Mr Orr and Miss Gow, were all given a chance to take a free trip on the new Borders Railway train. We were very lucky and it was exciting! Mr Thomson took…

Petit Dejeuner

P3, P4 and P5 had a fun time sharing French activities, with their families on Wednesday, when they hosted a Petit Dejeuner.

Primary 1B

Primary 1B have had lots of fun this year. We asked them about some of their favourite things and this is what they said they liked best. They enjoyed making boxes about themselves, learning about Scots language, going to the…

Science Week

Last week was Newtongrange Primary School Science Week. Here are some updates from our classes about the exciting science that has been going on. P6/7 are doing electricity for science week. On Friday all the classes are showing their  work to the parents. In P6/7 we are doing electricity for science week. We tried…

Magnets

In P4 we did an experiment using magnets. We had to test what the magnets would stick to and record our answers on a sheet. You get different kinds of magnets and depending on which side you use the magnet…

The Scottish Mining Museum

P7A went to the mining museum to learn about the 200th anniversary of Davy lamps being used. We talked about coal and the first Davy lamps. There were three group- marketing officers, exhibition designers and curators. We also showed our…

Remembrance Day

At our Remembrance assembly on the 13th of November 12 pupils from primary seven presented what they had been learning in class. We told people about World War 1 and 2. On Wednesday the 11th we had a minutes silence to…

High Vis Day!

On Friday 4th December, the JRSO group will be running a Hi-Viz day! On this day, everyone is encouraged to wear bright coloured fluorescent or reflective clothing. This is to remind us all that we need to make sure we…