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29th June - Weekly Update from Mr Geary

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Transition days for Year 3,4 and 5 - Information shared at transition parents's meeting

A Million Dreams' - School song

 

We want you all to have a go at recording yourself singing 'A Million Dreams' from 'The Greatest Showman'. You will need to use the following backing track:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f2X_gIJ_u4

 

Try to keep the backing volume really low so that when you watch the recording you can only hear your voice. When you are happy with the performance your parent needs to email it to:

 

arts@newmiltonjuniorschool.co.uk

 

We will then use the video to create a whole school performance.

 

Parents: Please include your name and child's name in the email. Please note that by sending us the video in you are giving us permission to use it widely on the school website and through social media.

Transition day in school for Y3,4,5 Children

Using Zoom at New Milton Junior School

Keeping positive - Mrs Grinyer

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School Closure - Home Learning Activities

 

While the school is closed, we will provide work to do at home through the following year group pages:

New Milton Junior School Curriculum

 

‘Moving together towards our very best’ is at the heart of the curriculum at New Milton Junior School. Our pupils are provided with a vibrant, engaging, knowledge-rich curriculum that equips them with the skills and understanding necessary to be active, responsible citizens in an ever-evolving world.

 

Six core values drive our broad and balanced curriculum.

 

To be: respectful, honest, caring, supportive, responsible and to achieve.

 

We expect success from all of our pupils. Everyone is encouraged to achieve as individuals, in preparation for how they will contribute to society, the economy and the environment.

 

At New Milton Junior School, learning is at heart of all that we do: our curriculum is highly inclusive and our teaching is adaptive to meet all needs. Where fitting, activities are driven by the personal interests of the pupils and culture of our community, both local and from around the world. They will develop their knowledge and skills throughout the year and will have opportunities to retrieve their understanding at different points to ensure they do not forget what they have learnt.

 

Find information about our curriculum below.  

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