This week – diggers and builders filled the space between Years 3 and 4 classrooms, where it was once a wasteland of overgrown weeds and plants will soon be a brand new Library! We are very excited to soon have a place where we can all enjoy and develop our love for books!tch
We also saw the return of interschool football to St Meryl! Our first game in a long time saw the might Year 4 and 5 Boy’s team play Chater School. The match report is below:
" Tuesday afternoon saw St Meryl take on Chater at home. St Meryl started well with a couple of good chances. A good counter attacking goal from Chater saw them take the league after some good defensive play. St Meryl responded with some nice football, and equalised shortly after with a goal. If not for chater keeper St Meryl could of had more goals in the 1st half.
St Meryl responded in the second half with a few good chances. Archie got on the ball and started creating chance after chance and finally Chater defence couldn't cope under the amount of pressure from St Meryl. The 2nd half become a goal feast which saw St Meryl score 8 goals. Great play from Dylan, Archie and Javadali during the game.
A good first game from St Meryl and plenty of positives to take into the next fixture. Player of the match was George, with a postive attiude and great team play during the game."
Two pupils from year 6 shared some astonishing descriptive writing about a mouth-watering feast, and Year 4 pupils fresh from a triumphant class assembly somehow found time to make some Diwali sweets.
In other news, Year 3 also baked some bread under the support of our 2 resident master chefs from Chartwells.