Some of our Wagtails spent a long time this afternoon sorting coins out and even joining in with the counting. With the help of some of the Barn Owls, we counted up more than £320. A fantastic total for Children in Need! .
What a great total, thank you everyone for making such a fantastic effort with dressing up, making cakes and donating all your pennies!
Much fun was had last night at the Friends of St Merryn School Halloween Disco. Thank you for organising it and raising money for the school. Also thanks to Jerry for running the disco!
On Friday 16th October we invited all the community and businesses that donated money to help us open our nursery to come to the official opening. The children of the school did a welcoming wake and shake and Ben, who walked all the way around Cornwall and raised £500 cut the ribbon. We showed everyone […]
JUMBLE SALE On Tuesday 7th October we had a jumble sale after school in the hall. Lots of parents bought stuff and The Friends of St Merryn School raised £58 for the school. If you have any ideas for events or activities and fundraisers e–mail firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a note into the office marked FOSMS. […]
Last Friday was our Harvest Festival. If you don’t know what a harvest festival is, it’s where we give thanks for another successful harvest. Each class did a performance for the parents. Class 1 did an apple song and Class 2 did an apple dance. Class three made some posters with step-by-step instructions how to […]
Starlings Class have been very busy weeding this afternoon in order to prepare the school grounds for winter. We will carry on with our weekly planting, growing and harvesting work on a Thursday afternoon this year so please make sure pupils have wellies and waterproof trousers or old jeans in school (the school can provide waterproofs […]
Well done to all of the competitors who took part and represented St Merryn School at the first ever Aquathon! A report of the event is attached, written by Libby Hutton who is our school journalist.
The Kestrels did some fantastic baking last week. We made over 140 delicious apple pies that sold like hot cakes at the harvest festival. I want to say a massive well done to the children for all their hard work and a huge thank you to Joe Ball, in particular, who collected all of the […]
The Barn Owls (formerly known as Class 4) have settled well into the new term and are thoroughly enjoying their ‘Round and Round’ topic. They have already done an in depth study of the Masai tribe from Kenya and are well underway with their ‘upcyling’ bag project.