The children in Starlings class have had a fantastic start to their new literacy unit. They went into the woodland and thought about what it might have been like to be one of Robin Hood’s outlaws. Whilst in the woodland they thought about what the could see, hear, smell and touch and even managed to cook […]
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.
The children in Year 3 and 4 had a totally amazing time on their very first residential trip to Falmouth. After a busy first day, visiting Pendennis Castle, a big walk and then eating at Pizza Express, it was back to the museum for a scrapheap challenge to build and race the fastest boat, followed […]
Year 3 and 4 had an amazing trip to Brannel Secondary School Design and Technology Department! They created a large 3D wooden ‘fish tank’ out of recycled wooden pallets, using power tools to assemble it. They also used the laser cutting machine to make wooden sea creatures that were decorated with recycled materials. What a […]
Year 3 and 4 had the most amazing day out at the Farm & Country Day at the show ground this week. They were immersed in all things ‘farm to fork’ as they visited wonderful exhibitions from pasty crimping to apple pressing, planting their own cabbage plants, trying their hand at milking, auctioneering and even […]
Children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 were amazing in the very chilly KS2 Cross Country Competition today. They were brilliant ambassadors for St Merryn School. Well done to everyone that took part!
The KS2 swimmers had a fantastic competition coming 2nd in the small schools event. Well done St Merryn excellent behaviour and teamwork.
Key Stage 2 had a fantastic afternoon of topic-themed singing with Nicola from the Music Hub. The children all loved the rock n roll style Henry VIII song!
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.
What an amazing event the KS1 cross country turned out to be. The children who competed showed determination and pride as they raced against other primary schools in the Wadebridge area. They supported each other to the end and were a true asset to St Merryn School. Well done everyone!