On Friday 22nd November Cerys Griffiths and Rhiannon Roussarie were the bears helpers at the Christmas lights switch on.
The two year 6's were a fantastic example to all. They were well behaved, and delighted children with high 5's and hugs.
Thank you to Cerys and Rhiannon for giving up time on a Friday evening.
Mr Gregory and Miss Faulkner have just returned to England after an amazing 10 days in Kenya. The journey home has just been completed and was a very long 28 hours. The first thing we wanted to do was share our amazing experiences with you. We have plenty of photos of life in African and the wildlife but first of all here is a glimpse of the welcome we got from our fantastic partner school Ngata.
Everyone at Ngata was smiling and welcoming and they all send love!
Click on the link below to see smiles as large as can be!
On Tuesday 8th October 2013.
Year 4 visited The Anderton Boat Lift near Northwich. Having visited the gallery and play areas, the children were very excited to travel in the huge lift between the canal and the River Weaver (which raises you up to the height of three giraffes).
Going into the lift
They thoroughly enjoyed their cruise to Northwich and back, during which they spotted plenty of wildlife.
Rayn, starting the engine
Thank you so much for the help given by the parents, grand parents and TAs who helped on the trip. We couldn’t do it without you.
The children of Year Four, Mossley Primary School, took part in an exciting topic day on the 24th September. They dressed in water-themed costumes, with outfits ranging from water explorers and pirates to scuba divers and sanitation super heroes. The children took part in skill-based activities such as map creating and reading, compass work, creating 3D maps to demonstrate how contour lines work and creative writing about their characters as they ‘explored the waters’. Miss Faulkner's class also enjoyed a visit from a speaker from the charity Water aid. The children and staff had a fantastic time and took home some valuable skills and knowledge.
On Monday 30th September a very excited Year 1 set off on their trip to Sea Life Centre, Manchester. Year 1 have been looking at ‘Under the Sea’ for their topic this term. When we arrived we went to watch a special film all about turtles and how we can help to look after them. The children were then given a booklet with different questions in. They had answered the questions and collect the stamps from around the aquarium. Inside the aquarium we saw a very evil looking eel, a camouflaged octopus, some scary sharks, Ernie the turtle and the children were very excited to find a secret seahorse as we have been reading ‘Secret Seahorse’ by Clare Beaton. After lunch we admired the smooth stingrays and got to touch a pinchy crab! Year 1 had a fabulous time, they were extremely well behaved and have now all produced a fantastic recount of the trip. They have also designed and will be making their very own version of a Sea life aquarium out of a shoebox.
Parents of both last year's year 4 classes may remember a permission slip about being filmed and recorded for a music video. Well, Jay Stannard's Love Music Trust video 'Free to Fly' is finally complete and here is the link that you can follow to watch it.
We hope you enjoy the video and you will share it as much as possible to spread the word about the fantastic work that the love music trust is doing with students from Cheshire East.