We’re winners of… Outstanding Arts in Primary School

Tweet Congratulations everyone!  We’ve won for the third consecutive year the Educate Award for Outstanding Arts in Primary School following last year’s performance of ‘The Timekey Travellers’. Judges looked for the best school stage show/ performance or arts led project for the academic year 2013/14. They looked for schools that welcomed maximum pupil participation and aimed to find a ‘real show stopper of the year’ …which we Read More …

Educate Awards – We’re Nominated!

TweetThe Educate Awards have been receiving applications from schools across the North West again recently and Mrs Wood and Mr Hird gathered all the information needed for our school to make it’s bid. Netherton Moss has been very successful in the past two years, winning the title of Outstanding Arts Award for our fantastic productions. Well, this year’s bid is Read More …

National Sports Week

Tweet This is our proposed order of events for this year’s Sports week! Try to come along if you can on the days indicated. Monday:     Opening Ceremony – Parents invited at 2.00pm Tuesday:    Speed Stacking Body Zumba (pm) Archery Curling Wednesday: Dodgeball Archery/Curling Athletics – Parents invited at 1.15pm Thursday:    KS1 – Multi skills KS2 – Read More …

Time Key Travellers – Get your Tickets!

TweetYes! This years Christmas Production is called the Time Key Travellers and is based around the whole school’s Geography/History topic on our home town, Liverpool! It’s starting to get very exciting, as we’ve managed to invite Dr Who to join us in this production! Unfortunately, with the Dr comes a number of rather nasty adversaries – but we won’t reveal Read More …

Netherton Moss is OUTSTANDING!!!

Educate Awards

TweetEducate Awards 2012 – We Won!!! On the evening of Monday 3rd December at a prestigious gathering at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Liverpool, Mrs Wood, Mrs Aughton, Ms Sharp and Mr Hird were invited to the Educate Awards 2012. We had submitted a short presentation for the category of Outstanding Arts Performance. We explained how our school writes its Read More …

Under One Voice – Merseyside Unites

TweetNetherton Moss are proud to be part of the Voice in the City project lead by Liam Moore. Liam is the project’s manager and the driving force behind uniting three schools in Sefton with many others across Merseyside in taking a stand against racism, crime and poverty. We are working with Thomas Grey and Redgate schools to record two songs: Read More …