Thank you so much to all those who attended our Community Evening on Friday; what a wonderful night we all had! The sun shone all evening and we were treated to a wonderful array of musical entertainment. A huge well done to the Friends of St Merryn School for all of their hard work putting […]
Wow what an incredible evening! We could not be prouder of each and every one of our pupils for their performance last night. The whole event was a perfect celebration of this term’s work about the ever growing problem of plastic pollution, and the changes we can and must make. The children lead the audience […]
Year 2 have had a fantastic afternoon at Ocean Camp on Mawgan Porth beach. They went through the transformation station and turned into scientists. Once transformed they searched the beach for various plastics filling a whole bucket in just half an hour. The children then explored some of the sea caves looking at the beautiful […]
Wow what a wonderful day we all had at Constantine for our first whole school beach day in years! We were so impressed with the children’s stamina to walk down to the beach, enjoying different routes through the village many of them had never explored before. After a snack and drink the children enjoyed beach […]
On 8th June, World Oceans Day, 150 people turned out for a beach clean at Constantine Bay. A big thank you to Beach Guardian for hosting us. We did a beach clean and nurdle hunt, sorted plastics and made giant creatures out of washed up nets. The whole thing was LIVE on ITV news West […]
On the eve of Prince Harry’s marriage to Meghan Markle, our whole school dresses in red, white and blue and enjoyed a celebratory cream tea in the playground. Mrs Pitcher reminded everyone of Meghan’s work as an ambassador for many charities and a champion for women. Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games and is […]
Year 3 were treated to a peel, chop and grate masterclass with AJ, a chef from Steins Seafood Cookery School, to learn about correct and careful knife skills when preparing vegetables. A fun and tasty afternoon had by all; thank you to Steins for their ongoing support across the school.
The children really enjoyed the Go Ride event at St Breock. They learnt a lot about race tactics and working as a team. Well done St Merryn another excellent performance!
Katie Nelson (Yr 4) received some very exciting post this week as she received a reply from No. 10 Downing Street! Kestrels Class have been writing pledges about what they can individually do to help address the global problem of plastic pollution, and Katie pledged to write to the government! She went home and did […]
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 […]