Year 5 Miss Young & Mrs Maguire: News items
Year 5/6 Cross Country Champions, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 29th Jan 2020 @ 9:32am
The year 5 & 6 cross country team were outstanding when they recently competed against all of the local primary schools. Both the girls and boys were the overall team winners!!!
Year 5 Wellbeing Bubbles, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 14th Jan 2020 @ 9:44am
Year 5 have been working on their mental health and meditation skills using bubbles to breath in the calm and out the stress.
Football Team Through to Cheshire Finals, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 14th Jan 2020 @ 11:27am
We took two teams to compete against local primary schools in what was a very tough football tournament. One team played well but were knocked out at the group stages on goal difference. However, our second team were on fire on the day and brought home the win of the whole competetion sending them through to the Cheshire finals!
Smiley face reward certificates, by Mrs Webb
Date: 19th Jul 2019 @ 4:30pm
Well done to all the pupils who were rewarded with a smiley face certificate in French for receiving the most smiley faces this term.
Year 5 host a Space Museum, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 5th Apr 2019 @ 10:35am
Year 5 were amazing when they hosted a Space Museum recently. They invited their parents into school and showed off all of their hard work.
Swimathon Charity , by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 12th Mar 2019 @ 12:51pm
Thank you to everyone who took part and sponsored the children in the swimathon. They managed to raise £718.26 which will be split between Ruby's Fund, Cancer Research and Alzheimers Society.
Celebrate Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 6th Mar 2019 @ 11:23am
The children spent time celebrating Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday. Oh what fun they had!
Year 5 Enjoy Star Lab, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 4th Feb 2019 @ 3:20pm
Year 5 loved their Star Lab training. They learnt all about star constellations and star alignment; explored the atmosphere, the moon and had a briefing from Tim Peake.
Should Homework be banned?, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 6th Dec 2018 @ 10:07am
Year 5 have been using their acting skills to present a balanced argument to decide should homework be banned?
Year 5 Thank Congleton Museum, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 30th Nov 2018 @ 12:15pm
Year 5 enjoyed their trip to Congleton Museum and learnt so much about WW1 they wanted to say thanks. They each wrote some amazing letters of thanks which are currently on display at the museum.
Bonjour Pen Pal, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 30th Nov 2018 @ 12:08pm
Children from year 5 & 6 have met recently to practise their French skills! with pupils from Lacey Green Primary School in Wilmslow. The children from Mossley have a pen pal from Lacey Green, who they have been communicating with over the past year, during their French session. Some of the Lacey Green children were able to visit Mossley and meet their pen friends this Thursday (29.11.18). They took part in a range of French speaking and listening activities to further develop their language skills. The children also devoured some yummy croissants and pain au chocolat, which were kindly donated by Jenny Owen from Morrison’s in Congleton. The children also made their own pain au chocolat with ‘jus roll’ products that were then cooked by Emma Speak for the children to take home. Emily Young, leader of languages at Mossley, and Kerry Webb, languages teacher, both said the event was a brilliant success and they are already planning further events for the future! They would also like to thank Eaton Bank Academy for the hire of their mini bus to transport the children to the event.
Year 5 Enjoy Lunchtime Visitors for Friends and Family Lunch, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 23rd Nov 2018 @ 1:02pm
It was lovely to see so many visitors for our year 5 friends and family lunch. We all had a great time and enjoyed our yummy lunches.
Year 5 Smoke Busters, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 21st Nov 2018 @ 11:11am
Year 5 had a visit from Cheshire Fire and Rescue who taught them all about fire safety.
Children in Need, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 16th Nov 2018 @ 1:05pm
The children all looked amazing for Children in Need. Thank you so much for all of the generous donations and amazing cakes
Year 5 Visit Congleton Museum, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 16th Nov 2018 @ 11:27am
The children had a brilliant time at Congleton Museum. They were able to handle many different artefacts such as a death penny belonging to Harry Horton, war medals and a screw picket. They will be writing information leaflets about what they have learnt and we will be sending these to the museum when they are finished to be displayed and used for visitors.
Lest we Forget, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 11:16am
This week we have been remembering.
Year 5&6 Football Datastar Cup, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 9th Nov 2018 @ 11:14am
The boys competed against other local primary school in the Datastar cup competition. They showed amazing team work and were incredible where one team made it in to the final.
Junior Safety Officers, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 7th Nov 2018 @ 11:11am
Our junior safety officers led a great assembly this morning with a story about how to stay safe online. Please see the link to the story here
Coding Competition, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 8th Nov 2018 @ 9:50am
The children took part in the Bebras coding competition at Eaton Bank, hosted by Mark Mills. They were challenged to solve different coding problems within limited time. The children were amazing and demonstrated a great ability to work together and independently under pressure.
Year 5 enjoy creating Diwali lamps, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 22nd Oct 2018 @ 3:13pm
The children have been learing all about different religious ceremonies and as part of this they decided that they would like to create Diwali lamps. They were amazing and really enjoyed working alongside our volunteers who came to help.
Science club Fun, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 18th Oct 2018 @ 9:18am
The children have been having great fun during science club. They have learnt all about chromatography, learnt how to light bunsen burners and saw what happens when we burn copper and magnesium.
School Safety Council out and about, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 18th Oct 2018 @ 9:14am
This morning our safety council was out and about on the local roads around school. They were observing road users and encouraging safety awareness and considerate driving. Thank you for your time, what great council members you are.
Using Algorithm , by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 17th Oct 2018 @ 12:46pm
The children in year 5 used algorithm to create their own origami bunny or crane during their IT lesson.
Safety Council, by Mrs Knibbs
Date: 12th Oct 2018 @ 9:41am
The children have been nominated to undertake the very important role of safety council members. As part of their role they will monitor road safety around the school area; liaise with our school safe guarding lead and assist with the development of safeguarding plans.
Estimating fun in Year 5., by Miss Young
Date: 9th Oct 2018 @ 10:21am
The children have been using their estimating skills this morning to find a rough answer to some addition calculations. They have learnt when it would be appropriate to use estimating eg: in the super market. They have also been introduced to the ‘approximately equal to’ symbol and have been using it in their practical maths lesson today.