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!
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.
Many thanks to everyone who attended our Easter service in our lovely village church. It was fantastic to be supported by so many. The children did us proud with their poems, singing and parading. Each class made decorations to leave in the church over Easter, we hope that you enjoyed them. Happy Easter from everyone […]
Ancient Egypt came to life at St Merryn today as Kestrels and Barn Owls had their very own Egyptian Day! Wake & Shake was quite the spectacle with Mummies, Pharaohs, Gods, Goddesses and even Howard Carter all joining in. The two classes have been learning about Ancient Egypt this term and wanted to celebrate their […]
The netball team had an exciting time on Thursday when they took part in the Wadebridge cluster netball tournament. They played High Five, which is a fast-moving and exciting version of the game; the team won two of their five games and learnt a lot of new skills during the afternoon. They also demonstrated exemplary sportsman like […]
St Merryn School delivered an amazing performance at the Youth Speaks Area Semi Final in Tavistock. Rosa Hammond, Morwenna Williams and Maybyn Cooper Cross wowed the judges and the audience with their team’s speech on global warming. Well done girls, you made Mrs Cooper and all of us very proud!
The speakers in this year’s Youth Speaks competition did an amazing job, and completely ‘wowed’ the judges. We were extremely proud of them all, and are thrilled that one team will be going through to the next round in two weeks time!
Kestrels and Barn Owls had a very exciting visit last week from none other than Howard Carter; the world famous archaeologist; well not quite THE Howard Carter but a fabulous double! The pupils were taken on an incredible ‘visualised’ tour of Tutankhamen’s tomb; you could almost sense the anticipation in the room as our visitor […]
This years play, ‘It’s a Nativity! ‘ was performed for the first time ever at St Merryn Church. Without exception, the children were amazing, adapting brilliantly to their new surroundings and the complicated technology. Our grateful thanks to everyone involved for making it such a success, especially the Church for accommodating us and allowing us to […]
Years 1 to 6 joined other members of our community on the eleventh hour of the eleventh month. The village paused for a two minute silence as we remembered those killed in the two world wars and those killed or injured since.