Our News items

Run Mossley Run, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 27th Apr 2017 @ 10:30am

Our year 3 & 4 children were terrific in the Congleton School cross country competition. They all ran incredibly fast and represented Mossley in a way that made us so proud. Both Paris and Oliver managed to achieve 4th position overall in the girls and boys.


The Dental Playbox visits Reception courtesy of Action for sick children, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 30th Mar 2017 @ 12:17pm

Our reception children had a fun time learning all about oral hygiene.


Year 3 visit Church and Baptize the class baby, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 29th Mar 2017 @ 1:28pm

We went to Church and met the vicar who taught us about Baptizm and how you have water put on your head in a cross and you say a prayer. We held baby Bob so he could be baptized, this allows him to be welcomed into the Christian faith (but, you can still be a Christian if you have not been baptized) It also allows God to forgive you when you are older. 

Report written by Dad aka Teague Forward Martin and Mum aka Lillia Barnett 

We were the Godparents and so got to sit at the front of the Church, we baptized two baby dolls, and we looked for our names in Jesus' handbook, if we had been baptized then our names would be in the book. We found a few of the children's names in our class. We got taught all about what the vicar has to prepare for a baptism and we really enjoyed our roles as Godparents.

Report written by Godfather aka Zachary Kitton and Godmother aka Ella Clack

Comic Relief Fun, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 24th Mar 2017 @ 11:50am

The children all dressed in red and brought donations in for Comic Relief. We also had a cake sale (thank you to all of our amazing bakers). In total we managed to raise £678.20.  


Year 3 design and make their own ancient civilizations , by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 23rd Mar 2017 @ 10:07am

Within their groups the children had to design their own ancient civilizations, based on the knowledge they have developed during lessons. Once their designs were finalised they embarked on making them out of clay. They were very impressive.

Celebrity Pet Cat, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 21st Mar 2017 @ 10:37am

Mia, in Year 4, has informed us to the fact that Mossley School has a direct link to a local celebrity, Izzy the Cheshire Cat! Her family pet.

As you can see from attached photographs Izzy is featured within the "Editors Letter" in the latest edition of Cheshire Life Magazine.

The editor Louise Taylor liked Izzy's story, the fact the little cat is internet savvy, has her own Instagram page with worldwide followers and decided to put her picture in print.

Mia and her family are all enormously proud, hehe!

We hope you like Izzy and the feature. We all think "she's made it".


Year 3 make Jam sandwiches, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 20th Mar 2017 @ 3:24pm

Year 3 wrote instructions on how to make a jam sandwich, they then followed their instructions and made the sandwiches, which they all got to enjoy.

Year 2 Residential , by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 16th Mar 2017 @ 3:30pm

Our Year 2 set off on their very first school residential. They were excited as they left school on the coach. Once they arrived the children made their own beds which was a race to see who would finish first. The trip was filled with adventures and activities that all enjoyed. They were treated to hot chocolate and bedtime stories and a not so midnight, midnight feasts. After a lovely short sleep surprise the children were wide awake for breakfast. They worked amazing well in the team building activites and we all throughly enjoyed our adventure together.


Spring Chickens, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 16th Mar 2017 @ 2:16pm

The Reception children have been very patient, watching and waiting for the chicks to hatch. They are so cute!


Year 2 Method Acting, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 10th Mar 2017 @ 3:18pm

The year 2 children worked hard and embraced their roles during R.E. They freeze framed the arrival of Jesus on Palm Sunday and discussed what their charactors would be feeling at that time. 


The Evil Pea Visits Reception, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 8th Mar 2017 @ 11:26am

Reception have been tormented by the Evil Pea throughout the week, he has been up to all sorts of mischief. 

He has doubled, He has written a letter to the children informing them that he is holding poor Mr Sprout hostage and he has frozen him. The childrens challenge was to discuss how to free him.

The heros of the reception class managed to capture the Evil pea by trapping him in jelly.




World Book day , by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 2nd Mar 2017 @ 1:05pm

The children were very lucky today to be visited by the author Chris Bourne, she read her book Bethany Rose and the runaway nose, which we learnt is beased on her neice. The children got the oportunity to ask lots of questions.


Year 3 become animal handlers, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 2nd Mar 2017 @ 12:59pm

Today the year 3 children had fun in their science day. They all got to handle the animals and leanrt lots about them. How great do they look?




Year 1 Have fun learning to sew, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 16th Feb 2017 @ 2:16pm

The Year 1 children were very lucky, they had some very talented volunteers come to visit. They were taught how to sew and made puppets which was in keeping with their class topic.


Year 6 Volcanoes Erupt, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 9th Feb 2017 @ 3:06pm

After lots of hard work, we had an amazing time errupting our volcanoes. Our whole class smells of vinegar now. We mixed together bicarbonate of soda with washing up liquid and vinegar, the different items all had a reaction together, which resulted in an explosion. 


Safer Internet week Safety Officers assembly, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 10th Feb 2017 @ 2:31pm

Today we enjoyed a very informative assembly hosted by our junior safety officers, they advised us of the importance of creating a positive digital footprint. We learnt that everything we put on the internet will be there forever and how hurtful mean comments can upset people. Thank you for such an interesting presentation. Well Done!


Safer Internet Week, by Mr Johnson

Date: 8th Feb 2017 @ 10:36am

This week, the children have been learning about being safe online.  We have learnt how old you should be to use certain social networks, how to create a strong password, we have written and signed a digital pledge, how to deal with spam and how photographs can be edited online and how this doesn't always reflect reality.


Click on this link to read more about social media age restrictions. https://theparentingskill.com/what-age-can-my-child-get-a-social-media-account/

Year 4 Experiment with eggs, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 3rd Feb 2017 @ 3:00pm

In science, we tested how different liquids reacted to our teeth we used eggshells to represent our teeth. We soaked eggs in different liquids for 1 week. The different liquids we used were coke, milk, water, orange juice and vinegar. The water made the egg shell turn a darker but didn't change the egg inside. The coke and vinegar cracked the eggshell and turned it a darker colour. We now know that coke and vinegar are not good for our teeth. The orange juice made the eggshell really slippery. We really enjoyed learning about the effect different things have on our teeth. Report written by Ella Knibbs year 4


Epic Year 4, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 3rd Feb 2017 @ 2:31pm

This week in English our topic was Greek Myths, we created Greek monsters, whilst writing about them we used expanded noun phrases to describe. We used the green screen to plot the Greek timeline which was great fun. This taught us about things such as the classic period and Alexander the Great taking over as the ruler of Greece. Report written by Ruby Downing & Holly Egerton Year 4



Year 6 Volcanoes, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 3rd Feb 2017 @ 11:50am

For the last week, we have been designing a 3d volcano. The materials we used were as follows:Paint (a lot of it); newspaper and kitchen roll; a plastic bottle and tape. We have been screwing the newspapeer into balls and sticking them together with PVA glue around the plastic bottle. Then we covered it with kitchen roll. After that, we painted it with either grey, brown or black paint for the base colour. We then dry brushed, which is one of the new techniques we used, and highlighted the parts that stuck out giving it a more realistic touch. We then made it drip with red and yellow paint for the lava. This has been a very fun experience and we hope to do it again. Report written by Jack Walker, Noah Negus and Ellis Statham Year 6. Watch this space for the next stage..........


Year 1The 3 Little Pigs, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 1st Feb 2017 @ 11:28am

The Year 1 children had great fun acting out the roles in the 3 Little Pigs. They worked hard within teams and swapped between roles of narrator and actor. Some of the comments whilst they were working: "I'm going to do this in an angry voice now" "I love being the wolf" "Shall I pretend this pig is really brave?"


Year 6 Super Tasters, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 26th Jan 2017 @ 11:14am

Today we did a science experiment to find out, who in class is a super taster. We used blue food colouring as it does not stick to tastebuds, then we counted the number of tastebuds we each have. It was really fun and interesting testing how well you taste. I think that doctors could carry this out. Report written by Jacob Cowling Year 6


Science at Blackfirs, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 30th Jan 2017 @ 10:52am

On Thursday morning, six year 4 pupils went to Black Firs Primary School to take part in science activities.  Led by scientists from Astra Zeneca, they learnt how to make a lava lamp using water, oil, food colouring and a few drops of washing up liquid.  Also they learnt how to extract DNA from bananas, which was quite amazing!


Year 3 Hanukkah, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 25th Jan 2017 @ 10:06am

Today in R.E we ate potato cakes to show how much oil is in the lamp. We made a dreidel because it is a jewish symbol game/spinning top. We learnt that Hanukkah is an 8 day celebration that celebrates the Jewish win against the Greeks years ago. The Hanukkah is 8 days because the oil in the lamp burnt for 8 days, however it was only supposed to last for 1 day it was a miracle. Report written By Jack White Year 3


Popera came to visit Choir, by Mrs Knibbs

Date: 24th Jan 2017 @ 1:56pm

 The choir children got to spend an afternoon with Popera. We really enjoyed it, it was so much fun and entertaining as we got to be a bit silly making up actions and doing different dances to each song. We learnt some opera tracks and some pop tracks where we practiced different pitches, harmonies and melodys. Report written by Edie Whitehead and Alice Maddocks year 6

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