TweetYes! it’s that time of year again, and as well as thinking about the big day itself, we have been busy writing this year’s Christmas performance. It is called An Unwritten Story, and the writers are very proud of their work. Now we need to rehearse and get it right for you! Because of the popularity of our performances and Read More …
TweetNetherton Moss is so lucky to have won an award again.
TweetThe KS1 (Reception, Y1, and Y2) Sports Event will still go ahead tomorrow morning despite poor weather. The children will take part in relay races indoors for parents to spectate. 9am- Bacon Butties 9.30am- Prompt start to races
TweetHaving checked the weather forecast, we are hopeful that KS2 (Y3-6) Sports Day Event tomorrow will go ahead as planned. Reminder: 9am Bacon butties and tea or coffee 9.30am Races- prompt start! Due to today’s poor weather the grass might still be slightly damp so trainers and a spare pair of socks for the children is advisable.
TweetToday we took part in an exciting workshop as part of our studies of Roald Dahl’s wonderful novels. The workshop focused on ‘The BFG’ and the children took part in a range of drama activities, including freeze frames and hot seating. They also revisited some exciting extracts from the text.
TweetToday, 12 children in KS2 attended an Olympic event with other children from local schools. They spent the day with athletes Leah Barrow and Lisa James, both aspiring to compete in this year’s Olympic games in Rio. The children enjoyed listening to them share their inspirational journeys to success as well as took part in a range of athletics throughout the day.
TweetOn Wednesday, 20th April, Netherton Moss celebrated the Queen’s 90th Birthday with a whole school party out in the KS1 playground. In the morning, everyone made a sandwich which they’d designed earlier in the week, ready for a mini picnic at the party. They were all packed in special boxes and we were all rather excited to eat our “sandwiches Read More …