Happy Sukkot

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Magical Monday

Playground Update

I am delighted to announce that our playground development is under way with Phase 1 completed.


The new playground markings have been a success with the children and they are looking forward to the new equipment arriving over the next term.

Mosaic welcomes a new starter

Mosaic would like to welcome Barney who is training to be a reading/therapy dog.


Barney currently comes into school on a Friday, but this will increase as his training continues. Bark & Read is supported by actress, Zoe Wanamaker CBE, who said: “Reading is such an important skill that is used in every part of our lives, but it can be a scary and intimidating experience when you are young. It is funded by the Kennel Club

Recycled Fashion Show

Year 1 children sashayed down the catwalk in fabulous recycled clothing to raise money for Greenpeace.



We raised a fantastic £73.30!!

Roman Invasion

Romans invaded Year 3 on the first day of term.

Roman girls busied themselves preparing a feast and weaving.

The Roman boys spent their morning learning Latin and maths.


Royal Approval

The staff at Mosaic would like to extend their congratulations to Mrs Tidey.  She was one of a select group invited to Buckingham Palace this week for a garden party.  This was in recognition of her ongoing work with children with special needs.


We are very proud of you Mrs Tidey!

Mini Beasts

We have had an interesting few days with unexpected guests in the form of a honey bee colony! The children were fascinated and naturally wanted to get up close to the insects to track their movements.  Unfortunately, this wasn’t possible, but we were able to watch them through the window.

This was excellent timing as Reception children are investigating Mini Beasts as their topic this term.


The children observed snails close up as they enjoyed a snail race.

Yom Ha’atzmaut

We have had another busy week at Mosaic!  The children had a wonderful street party on Tuesday to celebrate Israel’s birthday (Yom Ha’atzmaut) and were very enthusiastic about the copious falafels, hummus and pitta!



They sang a song about the Israeli flag and we talked about the importance of the country to the Jewish people and to those of different religions.


Shabat Shalom

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