Welcome to the St Meryl School website.
We are very proud of our school and we hope that you will enjoy looking at our website!
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY:
Spring Term 2015 class assemblies (Thursdays at 9.00am):
-22nd January-Year 6
-29th January-Year 1
-5th February-Year 4
-5th March-Year 5
-12th March-Year 2
-19th March-Year 3
SEAL assemblies for parents:
-Thursday 12th February at 9.00am
-Thursday 26th March at 9.00am
-Thursday 5th February-indoor athletics for Y4 (details will follow)
-Friday 6th February-English as an additional language workshop for Nursery and Reception parents
-Tuesday 10th February 3.30pm-6.30pm-parent-teacher consultations
-Monday 9th February-cheerleading assembly for parents of children who do cheerleading
-Wednesday 11th February 4.00pm-7.00pm-parent-teacher consultations
-HALF-TERM-week beginning 16th February
-Wednesday 25th February-Maths in the new curriculum workshop for parents at 6.00pm
-Thursday 5th March-sex and relationships in the new curriculum workshop for parents at 7.00pm
-End of term-Thursday 2nd April at 2.00pm
Thank you to all of those parents who attended our maths workshop. Your feedback was very positive.
Our next information meeting for parents is on Thursday 5th March at 7.00pm. The focus for this will be sex and relationships education.
CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs Parker and the Eco-Council. In addition to our bronze eco-award we have now been awarded the silver award too. Well done!
We have been awarded Artsmark!
Artsmark is Arts Council England's flagship programme which enables schools and other organisations to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their arts and cultural provision. It is delivered by Trinity College London and 10 regional bridge organisations drive participation. Achieving Artsmark means that St Meryl has a number of very special qualities. It demonstrates that we:
-have an excellent arts and cultural offer
-are forward-thinking and open to development
-are committed to investing in our staff and young people
-are committed to listening to our learners and providing opportunities for our community
-have an effective approach to building sustainable relationships with arts and cultural organisations
-value and embed the arts and culture through a broad and balanced curriculum
We are very proud that we have received national recognition for our provision!
Thank you and well done to children and parents that brought in food for our Harvest celebration. 66 bags of food and goods were collected by the New Hope Trust who were very impressed with our efforts.