Congratulations to Dan and Tilli-Beau who competed in the Inter District Cross Country event at Harts Hayes today. They both had amazing results over a long arduous course gaining 17th and 6th positions. The will take them through to the next round on Tuesday 1st March at Woodside School for the Northern Trials. Thanks go to Mr Tyson for transporting them and walking them through the course prior to the event.
Welcome to Newton Regis Church of England Primary School
Set in the peaceful rural village of Newton Regis our small, friendly primary school provides excellent facilities for learning and play for children aged between 2 and a half and 11. We offer:
- Small class sizes and a real focus on each individual child
- A range of before and after school care, providing support for busy parents
- Flexible, high quality nursery provision, fully integrated with the school to provide a happy transition into Reception
- A fun theme-based curriculum to engage our young learners
- A friendly school community
- Excellent secondary school options. We are in catchment for The Polesworth School, rated Outstanding by Ofsted
Children from Mandarin Class have taken part in Year 5/6 three cross country events over the past three months each event over rought terrain for a distance of approximately 1.8km. Thiey competed against all schools within North Warwickshire. We had fabulous results with the boys gaining 3rd Place out of all the small schools and Tilli-Beau coming 4th out of all the girls running.Danial and Tilli-Beau will now be representing the school in the Inter-District Final on Wednesday 10th February and I'm sure you will join me in wishing them both good luck.
PE lessons with Mr Wassall on Tuesday morning are always a highlight of the week for our Ducklings. Mr Wassell's PE sessions for our pre-schoolers are based around fun themes and games designed to develop their balance, co-ordination and control. Through a series of lessons they have been visiting imaginary destinations on Jolly Olly Soccer Island, including Soc-car City, the Pirate ship, the Jungle and the Tournament...
Our school trip to Whittington Barracks was “absolutely stunning”. The years 4 to 6 went on the Thursday 21st January. We left school at 9.30am in cars and arrived in 20 minutes. We were split into two groups, one with a high ranking army man and the other with an elderly couple who lived and fought through the Second World War. Group one first learnt about weapons and uniforms while group two learnt about rationing and evacuations. It was great fun when group two heard an air raid siren and went in an Anderson shelter. Both groups learned about guns, bombs and uniforms in the weapon room.
We all had fun on the last day of term wearing our Christmas jumpers to raise funds for this charity which then passes 100% of money raised onto Macmillan Cancer Support, Make a Wish UK, and Save the Children both in the UK and abroad. Many thanks for your kind donations.