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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

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22/03/20

As a Headteacher, we need to be doing all we can to support the Key Workers on the front line of the NHS. Schools also need to be looking after their dedicated staff, cleaners, support staff, office staff, 1:1 support, student teachers and teachers Gavin Oulton Headteacher

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13/03/20

This week's Pobblished authors https://t.co/aogLVqXOMA

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13/03/20

Well done to this week's Kindness Award winners https://t.co/LvlC9gnj5G

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12/03/20

Year 3 enjoyed a wonderful visit to Sutton Synagogue yesterday. The children learned a lot and asked some really thoughtful questions. https://t.co/Q7TX9l2igm

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10/03/20

Year 5 had a brilliant visit to the Saatchi Gallery today and the Tutankhamun exhibition. https://t.co/XY7Ty5yatR

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06/03/20

This week's Pobblished authors https://t.co/PtRJfkYzFG

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06/03/20

Well done to Jessica and Chloe for their bronze award for reading 30 of the Merstham 100 book list https://t.co/v8HFeH5GFf

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06/03/20

The following children have been awarded their pen licence for beautiful handwriting https://t.co/nn0XnOeFBE

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06/03/20

World Book Week - our Robin Hoods and Maid Marians https://t.co/KqjHZgnfhu

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06/03/20

Chatterbooks Club enjoying their visit to Merstham Library as part of Book Week https://t.co/EnZDGXYgHa

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05/03/20

Y3 Oak class reading for pleasure as part of book week. https://t.co/qgf2JVVLtS

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28/02/20

Congratulations to the Y5/Y6 Dodgeball team who played brilliantly at the RAA today. https://t.co/CiL9zUSMEb

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28/02/20

This week's Kindness Award winners - well done https://t.co/mdqi6Xwco9

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28/02/20

This week's Pobblished Authors https://t.co/oOFUfA7DX9

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14/02/20

This week's Kindness Award winners https://t.co/NitVRdV7ZU

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07/02/20

This week's Pobblished Authors https://t.co/L0gG0CHtnU

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07/02/20

This week's Kindness Award winners https://t.co/SaZai22KlE

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05/02/20

Grandparents Morning - what a fabulous start to the day. https://t.co/sfBCKfZxFs

Inclusion

SEND provision

Special Educational Needs and Disability

We know that some of our children have a difficulty which affects their learning. This may be a disability or sensory impairment. It may be a difficulty with language development, learning or behaviour. These children are considered to have Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). About one in five children has a special educational need at some time in his or her school life.

Like many schools nationally, we provide for children with SEND in steps according to their need. For the great majority of children, needs will be met by differentiation, interventions or SEND support. To make sure that we identify any concerns early and keep a good check on children’s progress, we place the names of those with SEND on our school’s SEND register. Some children are on the register for a short time, others for longer. We monitor those children carefully and make sure that there is extra support for them in school.

We know that you can feel anxious and concerned about your child especially where a special educational need has been identified. Our Educational Inclusion leader, Miss Bremner, manages our provision for your child’s SEND. She can tell you about planning and support, explain assessments and advise on help at home. She will tell you about any professional involved with your child. If you need help or just wish to talk about your child, do make contact with your child’s class teacher, the educational inclusion leader or the headteacher.

Click to download a copy of: Merstham-SEN-Information-Report-18-19.docx.pdf

Whole-School-Provision-Map-2018-2019-1.pdf

SEND-Policy-2018-2019.pdf

Further information for parents about SEND may be found on:     www.surreyparentpartnership.org.uk