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16/06/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Students presented their original ideas for saving water to this week. Their ITP Project involved research, original data collection, team work, creative thinking, and presentation skills. A selection of their ideas are attached. https://t.co/5tpUCZGb3y

14/06/19

Well done Mrs Cole 👏🎉 MPS are very proud of you 😊 https://t.co/H3Aiw8nLbL

13/06/19

Thank you for teaching us such fun skills. https://t.co/gME9fRRmFw

13/06/19

Lots of fun taking place today as part of our Arts at MPS. https://t.co/gd33qiiAEn

11/06/19

Amazed... the quality of work in the Art department at MPS in brilliant. 👏👏👏 to our students and their fab teacher Mrs Harkness https://t.co/xea0JH0A7O

06/06/19

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28/05/19

Retweeted From Martin Beard

I am so proud of the fantastic work of our students within the Arts! Keep up the great work Mrs Harkness in helping all of our children reach beyond what they thought was possible. https://t.co/oRB38wCYfU

28/05/19

The Arts are truly valued at Merstham Park - these images just show a small element of the skill development of our wonderful Year 7 students. https://t.co/8TE3NWrpxe

26/05/19

Have a wonderful 104th birthday Sir! https://t.co/1bXHi7W221

24/05/19

Interesting comments about the success of project based learning at School 21 - sounds like our ITP! https://t.co/jPpoYzjWPM

24/05/19

Retweeted From Schools Week

Well that's a set-bacc: Ministers face renewed calls to review the EBacc after three of their claims about it are debunked https://t.co/VBX9Ry36U7

24/05/19

Hi Frank - these would be great. Perhaps you could send us contact details?

21/05/19

Great to see so many wonderful entries from our Year 7s. 👍 https://t.co/q0IeKNwxAy

19/05/19

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

KS2 teacher required in Redhill for September 2019. This is a great opportunity to join a vibrant and caring two form entry school, currently on an exciting journey of improvement. Full time, permanent and MPR. https://t.co/UT5VLTwPFj https://t.co/iO5K8zn8Pb

10/05/19

Lovely for our students to be providing a love and joy for the Arts with the local elderly home. https://t.co/Up53lpIotB

06/05/19

We look forward to showing you around our school and seeing our excellent relationships, care and guidance for our children. https://t.co/ofFcILXfj6

22/04/19

Looking forward to our third term tomorrow- don’t be late! https://t.co/gnq1hwMUvm

22/04/19

We hope that all our wonderful students have had a great break and are looking forward to starting school tomorrow? Just remember to park and stride or you helmet with the bike of a scooter! !

16/04/19

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Teacher of Technology required for brand new six-form entry secondary school in Mersham - The successful candidate will ensure that Technology has a high profile across the School through offering vibrant and exciting learning opportunities https://t.co/7mrCS2cii9 https://t.co/lJyzxPBpvN

09/04/19

Retweeted From Integrity Coaching

If the BBC2 Documentary "School" proved anything, I believe it's that as a profession, it's time we start better supporting those that lead our schools... https://t.co/uAy8FeG1fq

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