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!
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 Wagtails were delighted to welcome Stuart Pate from the Seafood Restaurant to their classroom, especially as he was armed with all the ingredients for creating decorated ginger biscuits! He gave a great demonstration, answered lots of questions and then set the children to work, decorating their own knight’s shield biscuits. Thank you Stuart!
Wagtails class had a fantastic school visit to Falmouth in glorious sunshine. They took part in a practical workshop that brought the history of the Tudor part of the castle to life for the children. They discovered what kinds of people had lived there and why the position of the castle ,on Cornwall’s coast, was […]
Our Wagtails had a great morning visiting Miss Lindsay in the school kitchen to make delicious hot cross buns. They learnt the significance of the buns to Christians and what they represent.
Children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 were amazing in the very chilly KS2 Cross Country Competition today. They were brilliant ambassadors for St Merryn School. Well done to everyone that took part!
The Wagtails displayed their champagne cork nativity scene for the Padstow church crib exhibition as part of the festival. They visited on Friday morning and loved looking at the cribs displayed from all over the world. We were really proud of the children’s behaviour on the visit. Many thanks to our volunteer helpers. .
Wagtails had a fantastic building workshop in the sand garden this afternoon. Paul Mason from Amazon demonstrated how to build strong walls and answered lots of questions about his job. The children got stuck into constructing walls with foundations and staggered joints. Thank you Paul!
Everyone at St Merryn celebrated in style today as we raised money for Children in Need. The school council did a fantastic job organising lots of fundraising events from cake sales to obstacle courses! The highlight of the day was certainly the fashion show. In total we raised over £260, well done St Merryn.
What an amazing event the KS1 cross country turned out to be. The children who competed showed determination and pride as they raced against other primary schools in the Wadebridge area. They supported each other to the end and were a true asset to St Merryn School. Well done everyone!