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  • FIREWORK NOTICE

    Published 06/11/19

    At lunchtime today, a number of fireworks were thrown in and around the school building, some of them very close to staff and pupils. Luckily no one was hurt.

    Some of the perpetrators have already been identified and excluded.  We are continuing our investigations.

    I have made it very clear to the students, that anyone found with fireworks in their possession, will be excluded from school.

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  • New Sponsored Kit for Y7 and Y11 Football Teams

    Published 05/11/19
    New Sponsored Kit for Y7 and Y11 Football Teams Thanks to generous sponsorship from @DiabetesUK and www.elanet.co.uk we have been able to buy two new football team kits. Now all year groups have matching Umbro kit and look very smart. Thank you
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  • Year 8 and 9 Mosslands STEM scholars visit PPMA Total Show!

    Published 23/10/19

    Fifteen of us, from Years 8 & 9 set out very early on a misty October morning to attend an event being held at the NEC in Birmingham. Unexcitingly it was called the PPMA Total Show and is one of the largest Processing and Packaging Machinery Exhibitions in the UK and  it was well worth the visit.

    This was a convention displaying all different  types of machines and robots needed and used for packaging and processing foods and other necessities before they make it onto the supermarket shelf. In fact, when we got there we were overwhelmed by the massive warehouse full of technology and it was hard to walk past some of the amazing stalls when we first got there  Then once inside and settled we were guided through the bright and shiny stalls, all wanting to tell us the story of their business brimming with professional and facts.

    The day started with a French robot called “Nao” showing us his amazing balance, Tai Chi and boxing skills, all with the aim of showing us all what you can do with your coding skills and why we do it at school. Some of the things we were shown included robots that work around humans and could help them day to day and industrial robots that can’t work or interact with human. I didn’t know robots came in so many shapes and sizes and could do so much, it really broadened my mind on the business and job opportunities in the industry.

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  • November Resit 2019

    Published 21/10/19
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    Monday 4 November 09:00 01:45 AQA 8700/1 English Language Paper 1
               
    Tuesday 5 November 09:00 01:30 EDEXL/GCSE 1MA1 1F Non Calculator [F] 
               
    Wednesday 6 November 09:00 01:45 AQA 8700/2 English Language Paper 2
               
    Thursday 7 November 09:00 01:30 EDEXL/GCSE 1MA1 2F Calculator [F] 
               
    Friday 8 November 13:30 01:00 AQA 47252 English Level 2 Writing
               
    Monday 11 November 13:30 01:30 EDEXL/GCSE 1MA1 3F Calculator [F] 
               
    Wednesday 13 November 13:30 01:20 FSKLS FSKS1 FSKLs Maths Level 1
    Wednesday 13 November 13:30 01:30 FSKLS FSK2 FSKLs Maths Level 2
               
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  • Sailing Expedition

    Published 17/10/19
    Sailing Expedition : Isle of Wight September 23-28 2019 Caleb Weir, Jack Fitzgerald,  Wesley Price, Tyler Price, Tyler Spiteri, Karim Hussain, Clayton Leonard, Ben Burdett, Jake Wilson and Ryan Murtagh, Ms. Robbins and Miss Beddall. Our ex
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  • Borussia Dortmund Tour 2019

    Published 16/10/19

    50 students from years 8,9 and 10 have just returned from Germany where they had a life changing trip to see how professional footballers live. We crammed lots into 5 days including 4 fixtures, 5 training sessions, walking tour of Amsterdam, U23 Dortmund game, stadium tours at Dortmund and Ajax, and intra school competition and lectures on nutrition and German and Dutch culture. We trained and played on some of the best facilities the game has to offer and received excellent and interesting coaching from the some of the best in the world.

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  • First STEAM contact.

    Published 10/10/19

    On Wednesday, I had the pleasure of helping with a Year 7 STE@M event with an organisation called “Tomorrows Engineers”.   Having only been at Mosslands for one term, this was the first event of this kind that I was part of and I must say, it was excellent and really highlighted to me the potential and creativity that our boys have.  At first, some students were uncertain about the workshop but their engagement soon shifted as they realised that the subject of STE@M was part of everyday life including in sport, cars and fashion. The electric car challenge really got all of the boys interested and they were all excited to work together and achieve their goal. This was a very exciting day for all involved and Steve, the lead presenter, was such an amazingly engaging and enthusiastic mentor to our boys. Well done to the STE@M team. SB staff

     Pupils were impressed with the day too and said :-

    I was told it was going to be a taster day for Engineering. I immediately was looking forward to it. I was expecting it to be fun whilst using your imagination to build and create or even design robots

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  • Outlook Expeditions - Greece 2021- Info Eve - Tonight - 9th Oct

    Published 09/10/19
    Outlook Expeditions - Greece 2021 Parents Information Evening tonight at 6 pm for students in Years 9, 10 & 12
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  • Mosslands Sports Tour - New York 2021

    Published 04/10/19
    Mosslands Sports Tour - New York 2021 Please see attached information below:-
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  • PE Kit and Injury Policy

    Published 12/09/19
     
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  • Open Evening - 26th Sept 2019

    Published 12/09/19

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  • School Closed 11th of September

    Published 10/09/19

    The school is not open to pupil 11th September as it's a teacher training day. 

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