Newtownhamilton Primary School Ready, Steady, GO! Let's Learn ! 

Hand in hand we Learn Together ! 

Newtownhamilton Primary School was last inspected by the ETI in November 2016 (Report published January 2017) During the inspection, the visiting team of inspectors concluded that, 
The quality of the pastoral care provision in the school is very good; this is characterised by the very welcoming, caring and inclusive school ethos. The children benefit from opportunities to be involved in decision-making through the effective School- and Eco- councils. 
The school has comprehensive arrangements in place for safeguarding children. These arrangements reflect the guidance issued by the Department of Education. In discussions with the inspectors, the children in years 5, 6 and 7 reported that they are happy and secure in school and know what to do if they have any concerns about their well-being. 
The children demonstrate good levels of thinking skills and personal capabilities; they interact well with one another and with adults and display very good levels of courtesy, politeness and consideration for others. They are involved in planning, making decisions about their work and setting personal targets. The children make good use of ICT to express their ideas and exhibit their work. 
The children demonstrate very positive attitudes towards mathematics. In the foundation stage, the children develop well their mathematical language, which is reinforced during play-based learning sessions. As they progress through the school, the children become confident in their understanding and application of number and across the school, the children, including those identified with additional needs, achieve good standards in numeracy. 
In Reception the children are well-settled and engage productively in learning through play. They share ideas and collaborate when taking on roles in imaginative play and are developing effectively their communication and investigative skills. The reception children engage in an appropriate play-based programme. The staff sustain good language development and sensitively promote the children’s confidence and learning through play. The children’s fine motor skills are developed effectively. 
The responses to the teaching and support staff questionnaires were positive and reflected the commitment of the staff to the children and the whole-school team approach. 
The school demonstrates the capacity to identify and bring about improvement in the interest of all the learners.  
Mrs Angela Henry 
May 2018 
Every Monday CC Coaching 2-3pm and 3-4pm 
Every Tues - Friday Clubs 2-3pm 
Every Tuesday First Aid 3-4pm 
Every Wednesday Eco Club 3-4pm 
1st - 11th May Whole School Testing 
3rd May Flower Arranging P6/7, 3-4pm 
4th May Hockey P6/7 
7th May School Closed 
9th, 11th, 23rd, 25th May Cycling Proficiency P7 
10th May Visit to Dental Clinic Rec-P2 
10th May Orienteering Gosford P5/6 
11th May CEF Assembly 'Weird or Wonderful' 
11th May Hockey P3-5 
11th May SEND Training Mrs Managh away 
18th May Hockey P3-5 
18th May Preparation for The Royal Wedding 
21st May Manchester Trip Info evening @7pm Lisnadill P.S 
22nd May Library Van 
23rd May Football Coaching P6/7@ 9:30am 
24th May R.E. Visitation @ 9:15am 
24th May Flower Arranging P6/7, 3-4pm 
25th May Ulster Gazette taking P7 photo 
25th May Hockey P3-5 
28th May School Closed 
29th May - 1st June Manchester Trip P7 (Mrs Henry away) 
June 2018 
Monday CC Coaching 2-3pm & 3-4pm (4th,11th,18th June) 
5th June P7 High School Test @ 11:45am 
5th June Library Van 
5th June Moving On Day (Reception home at 2pm) 
6th June Love for Life P7 @ Lisnadill P.S 
6th, 8th, 13th, 15th & 20th June Cycling Proficiency P7 
7th June Football Coaching P6/7@ 9:30am 
7th June Flower Arranging P6/7, 3-4pm 
8th June Sports Day 
9th June Co Armagh Agricultural Show (Saturday) 
11th June Orienteering Gosford P7 
13th June NTH P.S Football Tournament 
14th June Mrs Henry LMS meeting 1:30pm Armagh 
20th June School Nurse seeing P1 pupils 
21st June FUN NIGHT 
22nd June Foundation Class (Rec-P2) home at 12 noon 
22nd June INDUCTION DAY 2-3pm for pupils starting Reception and P1 during 2018/19 school year 
26th June CEF Crossfire: Not Ashamed Workshop P7 
28th June Prize Morning/ Leavers Assembly for Rec - P7  
29th June School Development Day for Staff 
Dates still to be confirmed for 
* Distribution of Pupil Reports 
* Leavers Annual Lunch 
* Term 3 BOG Meeting 
* PTA Meeting 
Ongoing Events 
EA Music Tuition every Monday 
Remember your instrument ! 
Clarinet, flute and saxophone tuition available. EA Music Service tutor: Mr Richard Bothwell. 
Please contact Mrs Henry for further information. 
Ready, Steady, GO ! Let's Learn ! 
A quick look at some of the things we get up to  
at Newtownhamilton Primary School 
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