Yr 4R Parent Assembly - Romans
2nd May 2019
The children have done a fantastic assembly, Learning about the Romans and how they were true leaders and that some of their inventions have been an important part of the way we live today, I.e. inventing roads and the development of drainage systems. Based on what they have learn about The Romans and their leadership, they have held court and debated their reasons why the Romans should rule Mossfield.
Yr 1 Trip to St. Peters Church
29th April, 2019
On their visit the children have had a tour around St. Peter Church looking at different features including the font, the bell and the pulpit, Father Jeremy has told them all about the History of the Church, he also told them how the church celebrated Easter.
The children asked some fantastic questions about the church and things inside.
Year 4 - Grosvenor Museum
23rd April, 2019
We went to The Grosvenor Museum in Chester to learn more about the Roman, and the way they once lived. We had the opportunity to look around the galleries looking at and learning about real Roman artefacts and how they were used in everyday life. The classes also took part in a workshop acting as archeologists, roman cooks, tilers and dressing up as an authentic Roman Soldier!
We then took to the streets of Chester, with armour and shields we march to the Amphitheatre. Here the children learn different battle formations and how to defend themselves against the Celts! Super day!
Reading It Anywhere Competition 2019
A Huge Thank you to all who entered our competitions, each year we have more entries and have a difficult decision choosing winners.
Congratulations to our winners as follows:-
All these children will receive a winners certificate and a visit to the Big Book Bus coming to school on Thursday 25th April
Thank you for all your support.
Winners photos with be on display in school.
Anika– Reception F, Harry M– Reception C, Lucas – Reception C, Georgia – Year 1G, Scarlett – Year 1G, Callum – Year 1M, Nataniel – Year 2L, Lainey – Year 3D, Heidi – Year 4R, Amelia – Year 4W, Bethany – Year 4W, Minhal – Year 5E, Isham – Year 5A, Emmanuel – Year 6R, Hollie – Year 6E
Easter Egg Winners
18th April, 2019
I am pleased to announce that the winners for the Classroom Easter raffles were as follows;
Nursery – Scarlett G, Reception F – Esmee, Reception C – Harry M, Year 1M – Alesha, Year 1G – Libby W, Year 2L – Anuska, Year 2W – Kelsy, Year 3W – Dominik, Year 3D – Nula, Year 4R – Lexi-Louise, Year 4W – Ava, Year 5E – Ava, Year 5A – Madison S, Year 6R – Matthew Year 6E – Alen.
The winners of the larger Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Easter eggs were;
Early Years – Emily, Key Stage 1 – Elliott, Key Stage 2 (Yr3&4) – Lexi E, Key Stage 2 (Yr5&6) – Matthew B
Year 2 Parent Assembly
28th March 2019
As its Mothering Sunday, the children have taken the opportunity to dedicate their assembly to Mums, they have written about the mums and how they help them, drawn pictures and given each a flower with Love.
Yr 3 Blackpool Zoo
28th March 2019
The children have enjoyed a great day at the Zoo, looking at different animals and where they come from. They have looked at the different environments and climates for them and how this changes the habitats they live in.
Seven Acres Nature Reserve
19th March 2019
Year 6 had a fantastic time at The Seven Acres Nature Reserve near Bolton. Children explored the woods there in order to collect leaf samples and classify the different tree species. Later, they hunted for insects, molluscs and crustaceans in the undergrowth, examining their features and adaptations to their environment. They also took part in pond dipping to sample and classify the marine life, without anyone getting too wet! It was a brilliant trip with lots of fun scientific learning!
Parent Assembly 3W
14th March 2019
Yr 3W Parent Assembly
Well done to 3W for a fantastic assembly. Their topic on animals and Humans has been very interesting and the children have been telling us all about what they have found out. They have look at food facts and what is useful for our body, and looked at the skeleton structure, and have found that interesting as a baby we have more bones than as an adult. They have looked at Humans and Animals and have found that not all animals have a backbone, these are called invertebrates and all living things that have a backbone are Vertebrates, which confused the children as to what category Mr. Winnick comes into.
7th March, 2019
Yr 5 Jodrell Bank
Year 5 had a great day at Jodrell Bank, this covers part of their Science Topic Earth and Space where they look at the movement of the earth and other planets, and how the position of the sun changes during the day and how the Earth’s rotation causes day and night.
With lots of hands on activities and experiments, the children had a fantastic day.
6th March, 2019.
World Book Day 2019
It was great to see the children so relaxed today and enjoying reading, as our theme was Bedtime Stories and the children were in Pyjamas, what better than to have a relaxing hot chocolate and marshmallows, which went down a treat.
For our Older year 6 children they enjoyed reading stories to some of the younger children.
1st March 2019
Manchester United Stadium Tour, Enterpise Challenge Winners - Yr 5.
Our Year 5 winners have reaped their reward and had an exciting visit to the Manchester United Stadium. They have been able to look in the Trophy room with an immense array of Silverware, and have a look around the "Theatre of Dreams". What a fantastic prize.
1st March 2019
Swinton Library Visit - Yr 4
Continuing with the Love for reading, our Yr 4 children have been to visit Our Local Library at the Swinton Gateway, they have been able to look around and enjoy a variety of Books. They children have also been given applications to complete to join the library if they do not already. So please sign up today and enjoy the read!
26th February 2019
Heath Cottage - Community Cohesion
A selection of our Key Stage 2 children have been to visit some of the elderly within the community. They had a lovely relaxing afternoon reading their favourite stories and playing games with them. For many elderly people it is sad to say that many may not often get visitors. As part of linking within our community the children have been to visit and spent and enjoyable afternoon talking to many of the residents. It is hoped that they may be able to come and visit the children in school to watch some of our parades or assemblies.
15th February 2019
Book Fair 2019
After another successful Book Fair again this year, we would like to thank all who came, supported and bought books. School have now been able to choose a variety of books to add to our reading collection for the children.
Without your continued support we would not be able to provide these much needed resources.... A Huge Thank you.