Many thanks to Parents and Grandparents who came and helped us today.
So proud of these children. They smiled throughout our Race for Life.
Race for Life July 2018.
Primary Futures Week / Grow £1 Week
A shopper for Thorntons?
How many people does it take to make a chocolate?
Nurse Reddington gives us the gory details!
Ready to have an X- Ray
Mrs Hammond said it was quite a heavy apron
Ready to perform surgery
What subjects do you need to be a radiologist?
Stanley having a rest.
Pamela from David Nieper
Amy, our vet volunteer
A couple of future vets?
Gary, from Tibshelf discussing careers with Y6
How can we save water?
Don't over fill your bath
Lots of career opportunities here
World Book Day at Newton - March 2018
Hot chocolate with Mrs Hughes
Celebrating some great writing with hot chocolate
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