Macmillan Coffee Morning

29th September 2017

Macmillan coffee morning

Coffee, cake, music and a good old natter- what more could you ask for on a Friday morning! We are incredibly proud of our pupils who performed in front of a large audience to help to raise money for Macmillan. Ms Rashid baked a fabulous cake for the raffle and our dedicated parent group joined the pastoral team to welcome parents, serve coffee and cake whilst telling them about the support there is for families in school in the form of parenting courses, community resources and a friendly ear!

Thank you to the music tutors, House Captains and Vice Captains for their involvement along with the pastoral team and parents. Here’s to the next one!

Raffle winner and money raised to be announced soon- watch this space!

16th March 2017

Athletics club kicked off tonight with a round of circuits to get the children in the mood and they soon got warmed up as a result! It was great to be able to get outside in the sun for a change.

The photos below show some of the group practising throwing a ‘Howler’; if you look carefully you will see how high they can throw! Everyone made great progress tonight- well done team!

We had a very special visitor in school today who brought learning to life in Palm class. Palm showed off what they already know about Great Britain and then created their own island with Mr Roberts! The island had its own castle, supermarket and hospital along with a picturesque landscape of mountains, waterfalls, caves and a sandy beach!

Miss Brown met a lighthouse keeper and Palm encountered a volcano- what an action packed morning it was!

Palm- Did you enjoy your time with Mr Roberts today? What was your favourite part?

Young Voices 2017

10th February 2017

The Young Voices Choir Concert is the biggest of its kind in the world and we are very proud to be a part of it each year thanks to the hard work of Mrs Crozier who works alongside colleagues to prepare our children for the huge event!

The children got back from the Manchester Arena very late last night but are still smiling in school today. Thank you to Mrs Crozier and Ms Price-Hunt for taking them and thank you to the children for representing our school so well!

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On September 30th we held our first coffee morning in aid of Macmillan cancer research. The event was a team effort; children from gardening club made beautiful centre pieces for the tables, children who receive music tuition along with those that attend choir performed and some of our prefects welcomed our guests and served cake!

We were delighted with the turnout- thank you so much to those that made donations. We are pleased to say that we raised £167.21!

Due to the positive feedback we received from the families who attended, we will definitely hold a similar event in the future.

Coffee morning

Brad is flying high- what a hero!

14th September 2016

What a start to the new academic year! Last year, one of our pupils in UKS2 did something incredibly brave, mature and heroic. Brad encountered a situation that required a phone call to the emergency services; instead of panicking he made the 999 call and remained calm whilst giving factual information. What Brad did that day saved someone’s life and our local PCSOs and Chief Inspector wanted to commend Brad on his heroic act.
In recognition for his bravery, Brad has enjoyed spending time with police dogs and horses at GMP Hough End and he also got to see the police helicopter!
On Monday 12th September our local PCSOs John and Lisa along with Chief Inspector Kenny presented Brad with this fabulous photo in assembly. Needless to say that all the staff and pupils at New Moston are immensely proud of Brad; he is certainly a role model and an inspiration for others. Well done Brad- what a hero!



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On Thursday 14th July, 7 of our Year 6 pupils, Mr Partington and Mrs Toshkezi headed off to Pizza Hut for lunch for a very special reason!

These pupils have demonstrated such exemplary  behaviour during their time at New Moston Primary that they have never, EVER lost a star! WOW!

This is a huge achievement and all staff at New Moston are incredibly proud of them!

Never lost a star

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On Wednesday KS2 pupils had a chilly day to celebrate achieving 100% attendance! Mr Partington and other staff took the pupils to Chill Factore where they enjoyed a ski taster session and time in the snow park!

As you can see from the photos the children had a fabulous time- look at those smiles!

KS2 Attendance Reward 13.7.16

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Pupils were highly excited at 8.15am on Wednesday morning when they saw a huge climbing wall being driven into the playground! Pupils with outstanding attendance in EYFS and KS1 spent the morning climbing, building and being a team. Great fun was had by all as you can see from the photos.

Thank you to Mrs Sayle for all of her hard work arranging for Mountain Monkeys to visit and for putting the groups together.

We are working hard behind the scenes at New Moston to develop rewards for outstanding attendance for both pupils and parents and carers as it is a team effort! Watch this space for updates in the new academic year!

Attendance reward EYFS and KS1 July 2016

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Music Concert 12.7.16

17th July 2016

Our annual music concert is just getting bigger and bigger every year! Over 150 parents and carers came to see their children perform in a concert which showcased all of their hard work from their music lessons this year.

Pupils played the: guitar, ukulele, violin, keyboard, steel pans, recorder and sang beautifully in our very impressive choir!

The talent shown in this event was outstanding and every pupil should be highly commended for the perseverance and  resilience demonstrated- it’s not easy to learn to play a musical instrument!