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We have a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Providing a creative, challenging and inspiring curriculum for all. Equiping our children with the skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future


On Wednesday you did some learning about the planets. 

Can you remember which one we live on?


That's right- we live on Earth!













At night when it is dark outside and you look up into the sky, what do you see?


Any guesses?



Today we are learning about something very special about the moon. We will learn about the first man who walked on the moon called Neil Armstrong. Click on the link below for two videos about his experience.


You can even take the quiz at the bottom of the page for a little bit of fun.


You should now know who the first man to walk on the moon was. You should know what country he was from, and what year he walked on the moon.


To finish today's activity, please look at the document below and have a think about what Neil saw and how he was feeling during his mission to the moon.


Please keep your work safe for next week. You'll need it for our writing!

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School... Inquisitive, Independent, Resilient…School is closed for all pupils Friday 21st March and return to school on Monday 8th April. Read the newsletter on the website every Friday, go to Parents Information and News or check your emails.