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Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Kindness ... always a good thing.


Retweeted From HoeValleySchool

Head of Year, Hoe Valley School, Woking, Surrey


Thank you all for your hard work and commitment this term with our children and their families 👏👏


Thank you to our families for attending our first ever Christmas Showcase at MPS! The children were brilliant. Thank you to Caterham School for the use of the Theatre too.


Don’t forget your Christmas Jumper today at MPS! Photos to follow!


So proud of our wonderful families for donations over the advent period - Merstham Food Bank will ensure this goes to many people locally who need a little help this Christmas. ❤️


Retweeted From carole davies

Kilnwood Vale Primary School: Southgate Primary School: Forge Wood Primary School: Our West Sussex schools have one more open event each before the deadline of 15 January 2019. Look out for the attached advert on the back cover of RH Uncovered - January 2019 edition.


Lovely article remembering the sacrifices of so many! Proud of our wonderful children.


Retweeted From LKStrachan

Fantastic making links between & We enjoyed receiving our first Thank you!☺️❤️


Retweeted From Ofsted

We’ve just published 'The English curriculum – bigger than the sum of its parts' by on our TES blog


Oracy, is an essential life skill. Speaking and Listening play a massive part in our development.


Liam, you should go to Kevin his MA was on student voice


This is a shoutout to all of those people who have been bullied by cruel people. Bullying is not a good thing, so let's stop it now!


Just because someone looks different, doesn't mean they are different.


If you're being bullied never hesitate to tell a teacher. There is always someone to help you.


Tell people you trust.


If you are being bullied ask the bully to politely stop.


Class C have today written advice for students as part of our anti-bullying work: tweets to follow.


Retweeted From NCB

This I pledge to always . You can too.

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Merstham Park School welcomes all children, we celebrate difference and seek to learn from and with each other. We would encourage parents and carers to make an appointment to discuss individual needs and how we can work together to ensure every child’s needs are met.

Students with an EHCP

An Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) is a statutory document and will replace the Statement of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. An EHCP covers the student from birth to 25 years if the young person remains in education or training. An EHCP looks at the education, health and care needs of a child/young person and focuses on outcomes. It looks at services and support to help the child/young person achieve their outcomes, and will be an opportunity to think more creatively about support we can provide to ensure that they exceed expectations.

Students with Additional Educational Needs

A student is considered to have Additional Educational Needs (AEN) if he or she has a learning, language, emotional, behavioural or physical difficulty or need, leading to significantly greater difficulty in accessing learning than the majority of students of the same age, for whatever reason, which calls for special or additional educational provision to be made for him or her.  It is likely that these students will have previously been known as ‘school action’ or ‘school action plus’.