Starlings class had a brilliant time learning how to safely chop and peel vegetables. They all really enjoyed sampling their handy work and dipping the vegetables into homemade humous – delicious!
What an amazing effort at the KS1 Cross Country run today! All the children that took part were fantastic, but a special mention and huge congratulations to Finley, Raya and Connor for all coming 1st in their races!!! Well done!
Well that was an afternoon we won’t forget in a while! Our poor Starlings class were stranded on their swimming coach trying to get back to school for over 5 hours! The A39 came to a stand still after heavy snowfall caught us all out, immediately freezing and making roads treacherous. A huge well done […]
The children in Starlings class and Robins class had a fantastic visit to the Eden Project. Starlings class took part in a rainforest rangers workshop where they learnt about how to survive in the jungle. This workshop involved learning some important survival skills and an exploration of the rainforest biome looking at what we could […]
Starlings class would like to thank the staff at the Cornish Arms for providing us with such an amazing experience this week. The children were shown how to cook a variety of dishes including fresh mussels and homemade honeycomb, we were also lucky enough to be able to have a taste! We talked about planning […]
The children had a fantastic day raising funds and awareness about children in need. They enjoyed dressing in spots, a cake sale, sporty games, a fashion show and a bring and buy sale. Thank you for all of your generous donations!
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 […]