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Hello my little puddings!

 

I hope you are all safe and well and behaving for your adults. I am missing your cuddles and little, smiley faces.

 

I have been at home with my little baby, keeping safe and having lots of fun. We have been drawing, baking and having PJ days watching Disney films. I can't wait to hear about the things you have been doing, stories you have been reading and to see your home learning tasks.

 

I bet some of you are missing school and your friends. But just remember, this is only temporary and things will go back to normal soon. Keep smiling and just think of this as an extra long holiday. Try doing some of the Jo Wicks workouts online or some of the cosmic yoga on YouTube like we do at school to keep active. 

 

I can't wait to see you all!

 

Stay safe and big hugs.

 

Love Miss Brown and Miss Chambers x

 

For parents:

If you need to contact school please use the following email address

ks1parents@newmoston.manchester.sch.uk 

 

For any pastoral needs please email:

 

safeguarding@newmoston.manchester.sch.uk 

Our Topic this half term is Florence Nightingale.

The life and work of Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale tells the story of her life, and shows how she grew up to become a nurse in the Crimean War.

When Florence visited New Moston Primary School

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Look at some of the things we did when Florence came to our school.

Year 1 classroom trashed!

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Oh no! We arrived to school on Monday morning and our classroom had been trashed! Everything was tipped over and fruit and vegetables were being held hostage! After some investigating we discovered this was the work of the Evil Pea. Will Supertato come and save the day? Will we ever get the Evil Pea back in the freezer?

Our new topic this half term is Vincent Van Gogh. We will be exploring some of his famous art work including Starry Night and Sunflowers. Children will use a range of techniques to recreate some of his art. 

Starry Night

Starry Night 1

This week in maths we have been exploring place value

This week in maths we have been exploring place value 1

Pirate Day in KS1

Pirate Day in KS1 1

Our guided reading text is ‘The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch’. Will Mr & Mrs Grinling stop those pesky seagulls?

Our guided reading text is ‘The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch’. Will Mr & Mrs Grinling stop those pesky seagulls?  1

The life of Captain James Cook

We have been learning all about Captain James Cook and his adventures. He was born in Yorkshire but sailed the world and is famous today for his epic voyages to Australia, Hawaii and New Zealand. He saw tattoos in Tahiti, he saved sailor from scurvy and he died at the hands of Hawaiian natives. An illustrious life - find out all about him!

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