Presentation from Year 8 Options briefing
Presentation from Y8 Options briefing
Presentation from Y8 Options briefing
School will close early on Friday 5th October
RE: New, optional PE kit available for all Y9,10 and 11
Dear Parents and Carers,
It is my pleasure to introduce a new kit we are offering at school for PE lessons in partnership with new suppliers https://www.ev2sportswear.com
The kit is a lot more modern, easier to wash and dry and will enable you to print your son or ward’s name on the front and back so that we hope it will not get lost.
The kit is cheaper (full kit £20 and just the t shirt is just £16).
All the ordering is done via the link below and you have until October half term to order on line.
Go to the main website, then clubs, then schools, then find Mosslands:
An 'out of this world' experience awaited students from The Mosslands School in Wallasey who were chosen to attend a week of space-themed activities.
23rd August 2018
Dear Parent / carer,
I apologise for writing to you in the school holidays.
As I am sure some of you will be aware, over the summer, the school has been undergoing some major structural refurbishment including the replacement of the entire A block window system, the refurbishment of the A block second floor and the demolition and rebuilding of the two main toilet blocks and the associated drainage. Sadly, this is running slightly behind schedule and due to health and safety concerns we will not be able to open for pupils as planned on Thursday the 6th of September.
The school will now open on Monday 10th September for all pupils. Yr 7 pupils are asked to arrive for 8.40am when they will be met on the junior playground. All other pupils are asked to arrive for 10.45am (break) to start at 11.00am (Period 3).
Once again I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Mr Adrian Whiteley
On Monday 16th July, 15 Year 8 students were dropped off at Kimnel Camp, North Wales which is an ex army training ground. They then spent three days under the supervision of staff from UK Military School (UKMS) being put their paces. The students were given an insight into the life of a soldier and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. These students have spent time working with the team from UKMS during their time in Year 8. They have developed many key skills such as team-working, communication, self-control and discipline.
This is for info should you be going abroad this summer.
This information sheet is only intended for people who attend The Mosslands School
Public Health England has been informed that a person who attended The Mosslands School at the same time as your child had measles.
What is measles?
Measles is a disease which spreads very easily. People with measles can get a cough, runny nose, rash and fever. Measles can be serious, particularly for people whose immune system is not working normally. The best way to prevent measles is through vaccination.
What is the risk of catching measles?
Most older children and adults are immune to measles – either because they had measles as a child or because they have been vaccinated – and so are very unlikely to catch measles.
Who needs medical advice?
• People with a weakened immunity: You should contact your doctor straight away if you have weakened immunity (due to illness or medication). The doctor will then assess whether you are immune (i.e. have antibodies) against measles; and if the exposure was within the past few days, your doctor may be able to organise treatment to prevent you becoming seriously ill.
• Pregnant women: If you are pregnant and not sure of your immunity it may also be worth seeking your doctor’s advice.
• Children under one year: If you attended The Mosslands School with an infant aged under one year, please also contact your doctor for advice.
If you are well and not in the groups listed above you do not need to take urgent action. However if you are unsure if you are protected from measles, check with your doctor. If you would like more information on measles visit
What if you become unwell?
If you become unwell and think it could be measles (within three weeks of attending The Mosslands School you should see a doctor. You should ring the doctor or clinic beforehand so they can make sure you do not pass the disease to others in the waiting room.
Take this information sheet with you and tell your doctor that you have been in the same room as someone with infectious measles. Your doctor should seek advice from the local Health Protection Team (postcode search for local unit and phone number at