Moss Park Infant School

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Spring 2

Well done Bichr! Our VIP this week.

Kye's been found! Mrs Butler is extremely happy!

Manchester Dogs Home came to talk to us in assembly today. They brought Percy the Pug to see us. As a school we raised £140.62 to help support the dogs at the dogs home.

Today we were forensic scientists. We really enjoyed trying to work out who stole the dog using all the different clues to help us.

Sam, Rosy her dog and Steph her friend visited school today...

Rosy is a trained guide dog for the Blind. Her owner is Sam and they both came to school today with their friend Steph to tell us all about a guide dog working with a blind person. All three ladies were very special and shared some very amazing facts with us. Many many thanks to Sam, Steph and Rosy for giving us their time and sharing their amazing experiences. 

PC Dave and Ruby came to visit school today. What an amazing and clever police dog!

Making Doggie Treats!

Wow! What a start to our Family Learning Week. Our own Moss Park Infants Dog Show!

Well done to Rayyan, our VIP this week at lunchtime!

What a fantastic Global Learinng Day! We learnt all about Article 22, the right to protection and help if you are a refugee. Thanks to Bichr's mum and Bilal's family for coming in to share some yummy Syrian food, and for telling us all about Syria.

Can you find your grown ups in the Lowry pictures?

Well done to Alex, our VIP this week for excellent lunchtime behaviour! Who will it be next week?

Red Nose Day! Thank you to all who brought donations in for Comic Relief!

Stretford Public Hall...Our Street Detective Express

Wednesday March 22nd 

We all had the best of time showcasing our amazing work. Here are some photos of the morning.

Look at our amazing Lowry style matchstalk people!

Lunchtime VIP this week. Well done Ameer!

We had a poet visit school this week. Matt Goodfellow. He taught us how to learn and perform poems, adding actions and use our voice.

Well done to Neha for making the VIP table for excellent lunchtime behaviour! Who will it be next week?

Today we have been looking at the Stretford census for 1911. We found out lots of information telling us about who used to live at some of the houses near by. We found out their names, ages and what jobs they used to have.

Tuesday March 7th

We have finally managed to upload our world book day videos. Thank you for being so patient.

Our Rights Respecting Charter morning. The children have been very busy thinking about the rights that are important to them. They have created work to make a Class Charter display. Can you guess what it is going to look like?

Well done to this week's VIP. Who will it be next week?

World Book Day. Can you guess who we came to school as today? We had great fun sharing our favourite books together. Go to the videos page to see us telling you what our favourite books are.

Well done to James for making it on to the VIP lunch table. Who will it be next week? All you need to do is be the best you can be and it could be you next week!

Stretford Street Detectives



Today all the children in Year 2, accompanied by our wonderful Mums, set off on a search through Stretford , looking for familiar buildings and special places. We left school on Moss Park Road and turned left to go down Manor Rd. When we got to Sevenways circle we had to answer questions about our local area. Despite getting a little wet on our way back we had a great time, stayed safe together and spotted lots of our friends'homes. Can you remember how many shops we walked passed?




A letter has arrived, who can it be from? Are there any clues on the envelope?

Come and join us as we become Street Detectives around Stretford!

What we will see around Stretford? What will we find in our local area? What buildings and shops are there in our community?

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