We’re all feeling very proud of Miss Smith who has just graduated with a Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning. She has another year of study ahead to convert this into an Honours Degree. Keep going Miss Smith, we know you’ll do it!
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Our Wagtails have been busy harvesting blackberries and apples from the school grounds. On Friday, they worked in the school kitchen with Miss Lindsey to prepare a delicious crumble. The school Buddies delivered the pudding to the Age Concern lunch club to wish them a happy harvest. The members said it was the best crumble […]
Wow what an amazing Evacuee Week we all had! From making butter and peg dolls, building air raid shelters, bandaging the wounded, catching the train to selling rationed provisions in the shop – the pupils had a taste of all things World War 2 and loved every minute! There were several teary eyes on Monday morning […]
The year 6 surfers had a fantastic afternoon on the beach competing against 3 local schools. The conditions were tough but all of the children managed to show off their surfing skills to the judges. After two rounds each Fin Brader was named the overall winner of the competition, congratulations Fin. Well done to all […]
Our Wagtails enjoyed their visit to the Fire Station on Friday. They each got to try using the hose, explore a fire engine and learn all about staying safe. The fire fighters sent every child home with souvenirs of the visit. Thank you to our parent helpers.
We may have only been back for a couple of days, but already the school is a hive of activity and smiling faces! All children have settled well back into their classes, especially our Wrens who have joined our Nursery. Here are just a few snippets from our first week.
Our special school has been bursting with emotion today, as with heavy hearts we say goodbye to Mrs Cudmore after 9 wonderful years in post as Headteacher. The whole school and many families gathered in the marquee this morning for a special ‘This is Your Life’ farewell assembly. All pupils from Nursery to Year 6 […]
The Barn Owls had a fantastic morning at Clip and Climb today.There were plenty of exciting moments with several of them overcoming their fear of heights and many beating their own speed climb records!
Kestrels Class had a totally amazing day at Mother Ivey’s Bay today. Julie from Badger Forest School taught the children how to identify rock pool creatures, eat seaweed and build their own fires for cooking freshly caught mussels on! The children also made amazing sand sculptures. What a wonderful day!
Children from Key Stage 2 represented St Merryn School at a Rounders Festival this afternoon at Wadebridge Secondary School. They had a fantastic time learning new skills and then playing matches against other local primary schools.