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13/12/19

Retweeted From MPS Arts

Each student created fabric poppies in school to lay at Merstham Memorial today. We were joined by The British legion & members of the local community for a service & 2 minutes silence. The students made us proud. “We will remember them”. https://t.co/vBe63OieiV

13/12/19

Retweeted From Merstham Primary School

Well done to our Nursery, Reception and KS1 children for their wonderful performances of 'The Magical Christmas Journey' this week https://t.co/RZ5whkjnxi

11/12/19

Thank you Mrs Harkness for organising once again. https://t.co/AOWPqXijCa

30/11/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Great cross-curricular links to ITP / Geography https://t.co/G19WyHoWBl

30/11/19

Well done 8B! https://t.co/hgJZVwY59P

25/11/19

Retweeted From Frank Kelly

1/2 coud you hep us publicise that next saturday 30th help our wounded are pulling a sleigh from London to Brighton and will be coming through Merstham between 10 and 10:30. Need lots of local people on the route to cheer on.

23/11/19

Retweeted From Floreat Wandsworth Primary School

A moment of pure magic this week... The Year 4 pupils chose to use their break times to write their own Anti-Bullying Play. They are now at the rehearsal stage! Character has been revealed in so many ways... 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 https://t.co/lLbuKLM0Jo

22/11/19

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

Are you interested in getting into ? We have places for early years, primary, secondary and the assessment only route. Please get in touch with us info.org & visit our website https://t.co/HyOS8obezt

22/11/19

If you visit the website there are links for all your get into teaching needs. Come and join the Trust! https://t.co/rpM5ZScREC

20/11/19

Thank you to both - our students were very grateful as were we. https://t.co/W1vkGNoMpn

13/11/19

Retweeted From Martin Beard

Today, Year 8 students provided their view on change starts with us in support of Anti-bullying. Here’s one view: I think change starts with us means that people are going to change their ways and support others if they have bullied anyone else in the past.

11/11/19

Well done Team MPS - we will remember https://t.co/IhiJSpO0Eh

09/11/19

Retweeted From Merstham Primary School

Congratulations to our football team for their 8-3 win yesterday - well done to all. https://t.co/9km01rm10u

09/11/19

Well done on representing our school so wonderfully- the public were extremely impressed by excellent behaviour and polite manners!🌟 https://t.co/u48aPY03Dj

09/11/19

Retweeted From MPS Arts

Year 8 student responded to various artists that explore identity in their work. Their outcomes were personal, meaningful and expressive. https://t.co/Ea8Dm0K2Au

09/11/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Building an ‘Individual Learning Plan’. Film by ⁦⁦⁩. We follow a similarly student centred, target-focused approach at Merstham Park School in collaboration with parents and carers. ⁦⁦https://t.co/hZGkkyZV0M

08/11/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

One of our super Coding Club students working collaboratively to build our School Robot . https://t.co/yJKr3s9tIu

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Headteacher's Welcome

"I am delighted to be Headteacher at Merstham Park School which opened in September 2018 for the benefit of the East Surrey community. Merstham Park is a student-centred school, one that promotes family identity and values."

Martin Beard, Headteacher, Merstham Park

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Headteacher Biography

For many parents and carers it is important to know that the Headteacher of their child's school is suitably experienced and will ensure that everyone continues to grow, learn and flourish. I have a unique educational leadership experience. Having worked for seventeen years within two high performing secondary schools, 2014 saw me take the role of Headteacher at Salfords Primary School, which had been placed into Special Measures.

As the former Deputy Headteacher at a local outstanding secondary school, I know what it takes to provide an exceptional education for all in a comprehensive school system. My previous roles include: Curriculum Leader, Assistant Headteacher - Raising Standards, Head of Year and Head of House. At  Merstham Park, I am utilising my experience and expertise to provide a great school experience for all students. 

My leadership experience within both secondary and primary will help us shape the best of both sectors to ensure our provision is driven by excellent practice in learning and teaching to ensure the best possible outcomes for all students.

Learning is central to our ability to function within tomorrow’s world. Our students will be equipped with the tenacity to pursue their dreams and ambitions to become successful citizens of the future. Bringing the real-world to life through practical exploration and a project based curriculum will be a priority for student learning at Merstham Park. We welcome parents to be true partners in their children’s education, working with us to enable all students to achieve beyond their expectations.

We provide our students with outstanding resources and support in every aspect of school life from learning and teaching to staffing and subject specific expertise. The community will benefit from the brand new state of the art facilities tailored to develop students’ unique skillsets. We have furnished the school with inviting and interactive classrooms and learning environments, providing fresh opportunities to explore the unknown. This has been informed by up to date research and initiatives delivered by enthusiastic and passionate staff committed to providing your children with the very best education experience. I look forward to taking the next step with you on our journey through the next stage of your child’s education.
 
If you would like to register your interest to work at our school, please click on the link here to complete our short form. If you have any questions about recruitment, please email the GLF Recruitment Team at recruitment@glfschools.org or call 020 8716 4987
 
Also, please don’t hesitate to follow us on social media for regular updates. You can do so by clicking here. We welcome being part of the East Surrey Community.

Mr Martin Beard, Headteacher