Starlings class have been busy making fat-balls for our local garden birds. They have been learning about why it is important to feed our birds in the winter. They have also been writing stories from birds’ perspectives about their migration journeys!
Archive | January, 2016
Well done to all of our KS2 boys who went to the Hall for Cornwall on Thursday afternoon / evening (21st January). They performed their ‘Wild Boys’ dance which featured in this year’s school production Practically Peter Pan. The evening was a celebration of dance where approximately 12 schools from around the County performed to […]
Congratulations to all of our pupils that competed at this year’s swimming festival on the 20th January. Everybody tried their best, showing true determination and sportsmanship throughout the morning! Our St Merryn School team won the overall ‘small schools’ competition which is scored across all of the events that each pupil takes part in. Well […]
Yesterday afternoon (21st January), Mrs Worrall visited Wagtails and Starlings in KS1 to tell them all about the processes involved in incubating eggs! The pupils were full of questions and listened very carefully to everything she had to say. We’re hoping to incubate some eggs and rear baby chicks in school soon so it was important […]
KS1 had a fantastic time on their trip to the Eden Project! In the morning they attended a workshop where they had to help a character called Fleur find her senses by investigating the different sights, smells, sounds and textures of the environment around them. After lunch they had time to explore the rainforest biome, enriching […]