Report by Libby Hutton – School Journalist On Monday 2nd March Mark the Miner came in to school and had an assembly with us. He started off by telling us a list of things you can’t do if you want to become a miner, such as smoking. Then he told us what equipment you need […]
Another group of budding sports participants from KS1 attended the second KS1 sporting event of 2014-15. On Monday 2nd February, a group of St Merryn pupils attended the multiskills festival accompanied by Mrs Ibbotson. They learnt lots of new sports-based / fundamental skills and thoroughly enjoyed themselves whilst representing our school. There will be another KS1 multiskills festival in […]
The Wagtails have spent a week learning about Chinese New Year celebrations. They listened to the story of how the years got their names and enjoyed acting it out. The children loved their classroom being turned into a Chinese restaurant on Friday morning when Jie Jiang visited and cooked us a delicious pork, pak choi […]
Both our fantastic Youth Speaks teams did an amazing job in the first round of the competition, held at Padstow Social Club last week. Lowenna, Tristan and Anya’s team came second and therefore progressed on to the next round of the area competition, where they did a brilliant job and won! This means they will now go forward to […]
Mrs Robinson’s charity club would like to thank everyone who supported their stall this evening, they raised £28 which will pay for 4 chickens to send to families or orphans living in poverty in Africa. Chickens provide meat and up to 200 eggs a year – a vital source of protein and income. Chickens are […]
Starlings class have come to school dressed in Victorian clothing this morning and they all look fantastic! They are playing the part of unhappy children from the Victorian era very well for the traditional class photo! As part of our topic this term we have started to explore places that are special or important to […]
We had a lovely letter from Sheila Disley thanking the Buddies for singing and meeting the members at their Christmas party. She wrote that “it made our party very special, thank you so much!” The children really enjoyed their visit and were surprised to find out that one gentleman is over 100 years old!
We are very proud of our Wrens and Wagtails who have performed their ‘Noisy Nativity’ to their families twice this week. Well done everyone!
The children made decorations for the tree. They were then shown around the vets and talked about the animals they have at home. Lots of fun!
Our Wagtails loved travelling on the community minibus to Padstow this afternoon. They explored the fantastic array of cribs in all sizes and mediums from all over the world. After hearing the traditional story at school and practising their own nativity play, the children enjoyed identifying characters from the Christmas story. We were so proud […]