A massive well done to Reception F, for a wonderful assembly about toys. The children have looked at toys from the past and compared them to the toys they have today. They have made their own jack-in-the-box, pop-up puppets and posing teddy bears, and we saw photos of them with their favourite toys too. We were all amazed by their beautiful singing voices and at how brave they were to put on an assembly for a large crowd. Thank you too all parents and relatives who attended – it was great to see so many people coming along to show their support!!
The children walked through the bird avery and came close to all different types of birds such as budgies and parrots. The children fed the alpacas, goats and ducks that were kept there- some even fed them out of their hands!
They had time to play in the sports hall with different equipment such as a large inflatable slide, bikes, ball pool, climbing wall etc. They all decorated their own mug using special pens and were able to experience as sensory room.
Before we left they burnt their energy off on the park outside- zip wire, roundabout, swings etc.
They all received an amazing goody bag to take home!
Congratulations to all our Homework Heroes follows for Spring Term 1
Heidi Donaldson, Rosie Adamus, Ianayah Routledge, Aayan Ahmed, Dylan Maxwell
Amanda Moyo, Oliver Lomas, Keira Platt, Reese Kadir..
Keira Gowenlock , Michaela Ibhaze, Nikolay Markov, Bethany Henry, Maheer Basit.
Valencia Davis, Jamie Maxwell, Mihail Savchev, Wali Nazim, Abbie Myddleton, Poppy Challinor, Robert Wilmot, Tom Berrisford Rhianna Jones, Melissa Chamma, Maisie Rigby Finnigan, Maya Chamma
On Thursday 9th February, the choir went to the Young Voices concert at the MEN arena.
There had been months of practice preparing for the event and the children were extremely excited to perform in such a large arena. We arrived at lunch time to find that we had great seats, right next to the stage. The rehearsal lasted all afternoon but there was never chance to get bored, with performances from the Beatbox Collective and Urban Strides (Street dance crew) as well as a chance to Mexican wave with 8,900 children!! After a short break to refuel, the audience of friends and parents started to take their seats and the excitement started to build.
At 7pm, the concert got underway and I think it’s safe to say it was a real success. The choir performed many different songs including a pop medley, rock medley and a collection of songs from around the British Isles, including one in Welsh. The children particularly enjoyed seeing their parents have to get up and dance along with the street dancers! Although it was a long day everyone who performed and watched had a great time.
Well done Mossfield choir!
Well done to Year 4N on a fantastic assembly all about the Romans. They have looked at inventions that the Romans made artifacts, mosaics and more, and put it all together will a catch song. The Children have really enjoyed this topic.
Year 2’s spring term topic is A Taste of India covering history and geography, this gives the children and insight into the Indian Culture. The children have visited Jaypur Indian Restaurant who opened especially for the children, and were attentive to their needs. They cooked up and excellent Indian cuisine giving the children an opportunity to try different starters and mains. A Huge Thank you to the Staff at Jaypur, the children enjoyed the day with a quote from one as “this was the best day ever”.
A Huge thank you for your support to all Parents/Carers who attended the Workshop Evening for the children. With a variety of activities to be completed and guidance on work and how to help children, the evening was quite eventful.