Weekly Roundup

26th January 2018
It has been an exceptionally busy week here at Isaac Newton School. However I must begin the newsletter by congratulating both our Table Tennis and New Age Kurling teams on their achievements in the past two weeks. The Table Tennis teams both came third when representing Lincolnshire whilst the New Age Kurling teams finished 3rd and 1st in our local tournament – well done to all who played.
At the beginning of the week the Foundation Stage pupils met with two of our local PCSOs. They learned all about their job and even got to dress up as police officers. They then had a visit from the Fire Brigade and got to see the fire engine! The visit fits perfectly with our topic all about heroes!
On Wednesday the Year 1 and 2 pupils had hoped to visit the Forest School at Wyville. Unfortunately the extreme weather meant that the visit had to be cancelled – we will reschedule soon.
I am sure some of you have seen the flag flying at the main school entrance. Huge congratulations to Olivia who won the flag drawing competition last year – we are delighted that it is finally in place.
Finally, I will be teaching a maths group before school at least three times a week for the rest of the term. As such I will not be on the playground as often as normal. Both Mrs Anderson and I will still be available as normal but don’t forget to talk