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An archive of news stories from Newington Green Primary School

Recorder club Tuesday lunchtimes

 Children from years 3-6 are invited to attend a lunch time Recorder club every Tuesday lunchtime from 1pm-1.30pm. This will take place in Silver birch’s classroom (Yr3). A recorder is provided for a maximum of 30 children. ​

Children in Need

Thank you to everyone who donated cakes for the cake sale last Friday. We raised £98.85. We also raised £283.04 through donations made from children who came in non-uniform. We will be donating this money to Children in Need.

Behaviour

This week we have given out 215 Golds and 510 Silvers. Well done to all those who learned and behaved fantastically this week.

Attendance and Punctuality

Well done to Silverbirch class who have achieved 100% attendance this week and Rowan and Willow class who achieved 98.9%. Well done to Cedar class who have achieved no lates this week. So far this term we have had 107 children who have arrived after…

The Nutcracker

On Wednesday, Year 5 visited the Royal Opera House to watch The Nutcracker. The children loved the opportunity to see the ballet and were excellent on the journeys to and from school, gaining lots of positive comments from members of the public. Thanks to the…

Child learning an instrument

Is your child learning an instrument outside of school? Are they working towards a grade or higher? We want to know! Some exciting musical projects are in the mix this year; including opportunities for children who are currently learning instruments! Please come into the school office ASAP.

FREE courses for parents

KMEWO are offering the school FREE courses for parents I am delighted to inform you that The Kurdish Middle Eastern Women Organisation are happy to host the courses listed below. Depending on the interest we receive for these they will be happy to hold the…

Medication in School

Medication in School Please remember that the school can administer prescribed medication if your child is unwell and has been given prescribed medication from the GP. It is unnecessary to keep your child home to complete a course of medication. For children who are asthmatic,…

Youth History conference

A group of Y6 pupils attended the Islington Youth History conference on Wednesday. The conference was about the history of migration. Pupils from Ash and Cedar prepared and ran a workshop for other children. There were also workshops by other schools. These included elements of…

Space Day

Year 5 had their Space Day on Tuesday which was a big success! There were great costumes and the children learned a lot about space through conducting a range of investigations. Thanks to all the parents who helped with the costumes! We did an investigation…