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Trip Back In Time…

Kestrels and Barn Owls classes had an amazing, immersive day out to Morwellham Quay Victorian Village. Activities included a trip into a real, working mine on a train; chocolate-making to learn about the history of chocolate; dressing in original Victorian clothing, and a role play of a Victorian lesson. What a great way to learn […]

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Inspirational Paralympic Visit

We were delighted to welcome Paralympian swimmer, Kate Grey to St Merryn this morning. Kate has represented Great Britain in the Paralympics over many years, and now, in retirement, works for the BBC as a sports commentator. Each and every pupil was inspired by Kate’s story and her absolute unfailing drive to succeed in the […]

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Do it for David!

To celebrate Sir David Attenborough’s 93rd birthday, we joined many other schools across the country in holding a ‘no single use plastics’ day. We are passionate about raising awareness about single use plastics and continue to support our local Beach Guardians, Rob and Emily Stevenson, in their bid to help save our seas. As well […]

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Our amazing outdoors!

Wow, what a transformation to our school grounds over the Easter holidays! Treescape have been busy working on our plans and we can’t wait to show you around once work is complete. The children were so excited to make use of the new areas on Tuesday, and playtimes are a real pleasure. Please make sure […]

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Kestrels visit Steins fish bar

A huge thank you to Steins for hosting the Kestrels for a fish cake masterclass in their fish bar last week. The children were treated to a cookery demonstration and then a delicious tasting of the dish, which was a big hit! We are so grateful to Steins for the support they provide in bringing […]

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Kestrels Museum Trip

Kestrels Class had a fantastic day at Truro Museum today, learning lots more about Ancient Egypt. They took part in a role play about travelling into the afterlife, dug for clues about ancient artefacts and learnt so much looking around the museum. Did you know that there was a real Mummy preserved in Truro…? What […]

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