Mosaic News Centre
The very latest developments as they happen!
Welcome back to Mosaic
Welcome back to MJPS for another exciting year. It has been really lovely seeing all the happy children with smiley faces settling in to another year at Mosaic.
I would like to say a warm welcome to the new members of our team:
Luke Barker - Year 1 teacher
Emilia Zubonya - Year 4 teacher
Shreeji Patel - Year 6 teacher
Charlotte Brandar - Year 2 HLTA
Emma Mitcham - Administrator
Virtual Sports Day
30th June 2020
Join in the fun from your living room!
As a result of restrictions in place for all primary schools, we are unable to carry out sports day as we normally would; however, that does not mean that we have to miss out!
Join us on SeeSaw on Thursday 2nd July for our Virtual Sports Day.
Home School Science
26th June 2020
The adventures of Gr-Egg!
During this period of home learning, we have all been extremely impressed with the videos and activities that we have seen taking place at home, on Seesaw.
One that has really stood out is the adventures of Gr-Egg, a video/science experiment created by one of our UKS2 pupils and his father.
I am sure you will all enjoy it as much as we have.
Well Done Gr-Egg!
Diversity at Mosaic
16th June 2020
Difference. Solidarity. Diversity.
What is difference? What is solidarity? What is diversity? They are all words which represent our school. It is so important to appreciate our differences and ensure everyone has a space to be heard, loved and respected. In this video, we hope you can really understand why difference and diversity should be a fundamental part of all of our lives. We need to educate ourselves about our histories to help us to understand others. It’s time to stand together and love what makes us different.
We're all in this together
We, the staff at Mosaic, wanted to create something to show the children how much we are all missing them and to bring a smile to their faces. We hope you all enjoyed our video.
25th May 2020
Message from Miss Cohen
22nd May 2020
In Barley Alef we have been busy saying hello to each other on our class blog and letting each other know what we have been up to. We have been getting crafty with Lag B’omer and I have been loving all the different ways that the children have thought to create some great bonfire art. I yet again can’t help but smile when I see the creativity of my class and how hard the children are working! You have amazed me!
Phased return to school
15th May 2020
Message from Miss Bear
Since the government announcement on Sunday, we have been receiving guidance regarding the safe return to school from the 1st June. The senior leadership team, the admin team and the premises staff are working hard on putting in a lot of the new social distancing requirements. We will be sending a letter outlining our measures and also be requesting for parents in the year groups highlighted by the government to indicate if they intend on sending their children back to school. This is a very worrying time for everyone as there are a large number of unknowns and I will do my best to keep you informed with updates as regularly as is possible. Our first priority has to be the safety of everyone.
Home Learning Launched
Home learning resources for everyone!
UK schools are now closed. This is for a significant time!
Our Teachers have been working hard to ensure parents and students still have access to learning resources. Updated weekly!
Please click here to access our Home Learning mini site.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or queries.
10th May 2020
Home Learning Resources
Walk to Israel
To celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut, Mosaic's staff and families joined thousands of others around the UK to "walk to Israel" in their homes.
They also created pieces of art that had a blue theme (to tie in with the Israeli flag) as part of the children's Weekly Home Learning.
To see more, take a look at this week's Newsletter.
1st May 20
A Mile a Day
A mile a day to keep the doctor away!
At Mosaic we are passionate about our children having the tools to succeed in life. This includes being fit and healthy and knowing how to look after our bodies. As well as weekly PE lessons, our children take part in the daily mile with their classes.
The Daily Mile is simple. It gets children out of the classroom for fifteen minutes every day to run or jog, at their own pace, with their classmates, making them fitter, healthier, and more able to concentrate in the classroom.
Keep an eye out in our newsletter for pictures of our children taking part in the daily mile!