The children had a fantastic day raising funds and awareness about children in need. They enjoyed dressing in spots, a cake sale, sporty games, a fashion show and a bring and buy sale. Thank you for all of your generous donations!
Starlings class and the year 1 Robins had a fantastic visit to Pendennis Castle. We searched for some of the different features of a castle and were lucky enough to be treated to an archery display. All children were extremely well behaved and were a credit to St Merryn School.
Everyone at St Merryn celebrated in style today as we raised money for Children in Need. The school council did a fantastic job organising lots of fundraising events from cake sales to obstacle courses! The highlight of the day was certainly the fashion show. In total we raised over £260, well done St Merryn.
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!
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 […]
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 […]
On Thursday 23rd February Robins class were excited to be able to go on visit to Padstow Farm Shop. Whilst there the children had the opportunity to walk around the farm and meet some of the animal residents (including naming two of the new additions – lambs which the children decided to call Chelsea and Daisy). […]
We loved seeing so many parents, grandparents and members of our local community at our annual Harvest Assembly. The sun shone for us as we celebrated the harvest of the sea. Well done to all the children who took part so enthusiastically with singing, dancing, acting and rhymes.
On Thursday 8th September we were lucky to have local author Sally Crabtree come to visit the school. Wagtails, Robins, Wrens and Chicks enjoyed wonderful sessions of storytelling and singing songs, that the children helped to create.