Welcome to Littlemoor Primary School; a larger than average primary school, situated on the outskirts of Oldham’s town centre. The school has approximately 320 pupils, including the pupils who attend our Nursery, and is a one and a half form entry.
Littlemoor School prides itself on being at the heart of the community. We offer a well-rounded education, offering a wide variety of opportunities for our pupils, which both enrich and enhance their experiences at school. Our curriculum is rich and engaging and our pupils are inspired through ‘HOOKS’ and visits.
Pastoral care is an important aspect of our core offer and we have an extensive Pastoral team to support our families. We provide opportunities outside of the school day for our pupils to learn new skills and socialise with friends; developing life skills to support their future along the way!
We hope you find our website both useful and informative and would encourage you to contact the school should you wish to find out more information.
Mrs C . Kelly
Our Twitter account is @Littlemoor_PS
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Cultural Diversity Week at Littlemoor
This week the children at Littlemoor have been celebrating different cultures through stories and art. Every child had the opportunity to take an active part in the Pop Project: time travel around the world performance on Tuesday. This was followed up by individual pieces of work including literacy and performance arts. Children worked on pieces of art throughout the week and showcased their amazing skills in an celebratory exhibition of work on Friday. We are looking forward to continuing our work throughout next week's Anti-bullying campaign 'All Different, All Equal'.
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It's a Bug's Life - Year 3 and 4 explore clay sculpture
A part of our new topic "Are Bugs Important?", Year 3 and 4 have been watching and learning Disney Pixar's "A Bug's Life".
The children used clay to try and sculpture their own character models.
I think you will agree we have some budding animators in the making.
Attendance is so important to a child's education and here at Littlemoor we celebrate this.
In our weekly ceremony we award a winning class from Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 who win a trophy to keep in their classroom all week.
We also award an overall winner from the school and at the end of term the winning class will get an extra special treat.
Hedgehogs class currently lead the attendance race. Can they win the class trip?
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