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28/02/21

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Have you entered our competition yet? We’re asking the children and young people in your setting, or at home, to recreate their favourite book or fictional character. Three lucky winners will each receive a £75 voucher! 📚🤩🌈 https://t.co/XsavTu9DbQ

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28/02/21

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Lots of extra activities this week for # Crafts https://t.co/b1qRaxZPrJ

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28/02/21

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Preparing to film Storytime for Surrey Libraries Youtube Counting down the days to a ĺive audience! https://t.co/nLfLBPlndT

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26/02/21

Don’t forget to visit Active Learn and check for new books which have been allocated to your child! We can’t wait to give out some awards when the children return for all their effort with reading! https://t.co/yqsM7T6KXt

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26/02/21

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Become a reading star! Stories aren’t just for bedtime –discover new ways you can share stories with the Share a Story Reading Star book game. How many stars can you tick off the list? https://t.co/cMnnoP6sOc https://t.co/0kLarFPoNx

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23/02/21

The builders have been very busy recently and have started work on our new toilets for KS1 and KS2! The children in school in year 6 have been the design team, working with Mr Sheldon-Smith to get them ‘just right’, ready for our return to the main building in the summer term.

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23/02/21

Amazing artwork spotted in year 3! https://t.co/QfyUCesLGi

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19/02/21

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Woof woof, Meoow! Can you guess what we are making in Lego Club tomorrow?! You guessed it, cuddly pets! 🐶🐱 AND we have lots of great events happening in the week! Watch on Facebook: https://t.co/8i3rOuJTSn OR catch up on YouTube: https://t.co/V4LwYdVpG6 https://t.co/SDk5dsyCrz

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19/02/21

‘Screen Free Fridays’ = Every Friday afternoon our children choose from many activities away from a screen! Here are a few of our ideas... Get Creative / Get into Nature / Get Physical ! https://t.co/sOLharRAPN

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18/02/21

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It's ! What will you do to be kind to yourself and others today? Credit: https://t.co/1NURHFqzJq

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12/02/21

Our children have really enjoyed their class novels this half-term. Teachers have recorded chapters for all to listen online, or read live via our online learning platform google classroom. https://t.co/zTyqb54aI9

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12/02/21

Early years has turned into a supermarket. The children are enjoying their new role play area. https://t.co/fWB6OmXiBD

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10/02/21

Year 5 are enjoying learning all about the Ancient Egyptians this term! https://t.co/y6r7s95T41

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10/02/21

Wow, look at this lovely thank you and beautiful writing from one of our year 6 pupils to his teacher! What a great idea and this is a true example of writing for a purpose! https://t.co/XVg7QWwjtW

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06/02/21

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Have you downloaded our guide to creative expression of emotion at home? It has useful tips on using creativity to help express and manage emotions and reduce stress. Download your copy here: https://t.co/6TtcO8gncL https://t.co/rLpuImQapC

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06/02/21

https://t.co/1bpNlQ84mU Take a look at one of our year 6 pupils reporting on our new ‘Daily Planet’ themed blog. As a new young reporter for our school, he will be reporting on topical issues each week!

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04/02/21

This week we have been learning and talking about mental health. The children have enjoyed talking about ways they can express themselves with their class teachers and peers! https://t.co/pmGObhsLfB

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11/11/20

The children have been working really hard and created poppy pebbles for Remembrance Day. https://t.co/xVbGsqyzTz

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24/04/20

We used tissue paper to make earth stained glass windows, with lots of discussion about promises we can make to help look after our world. We then went on a nature hunt around the school grounds and created some delicious earth biscuits. https://t.co/41eyniyEMa

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03/04/20

have a look at the children's Easter Bonnets. We couldn't have the parade in school - but here is our virtual parade. https://t.co/oxCt2kAUcv

Welcome to Merstham Primary school

In August 2020 the school suffered significant flooding to 80% of the school buildings. Since September 2020, only three classes have operated on the Merstham Primary School site. The children have been located at Lime Tree Primary School, Merstham Park Secondary School, and Chart Wood School. In November 2020 all the children will return to the school site – with 4 classes in temporary accommodation. The building work being undertaken will be completed in Spring 2021

At Merstham Primary School, we want children to be confident lifelong learners. We set high expectations academically and socially and provide a nurturing environment to develop a caring attitude. We welcome visitors – you will find us situated within the village of Merstham and we pride ourselves on being part of this vibrant and caring community. If you would like to visit, please call the main office or email us. We look forward to meeting you!

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