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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

30/10/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

What is Project Based Learning? In students work on a project over an extended period of time – that engages them in solving a real-world problem or question. They demonstrate their knowledge and skills by creating a public product or presentation. https://t.co/OBJZBsHdBK

29/10/19

Retweeted From Merstham Park School

Well done Jack! We are all so proud that you got to perform in London. A little love and nurture help us achieve beyond what we could have hoped and dreamed for - wel done Young man. 👏 https://t.co/78wbIczZew

28/10/19

Retweeted From 🇲🇾 TeacherToolkit.co.uk

Time wins always for teachers. Good to see 6k+ users! 👏🏻

28/10/19

So proud of you - I hope you received a massive 👏👏👏 at the end. Enjoy your half term break. Well done 🌟 https://t.co/iaTeap0s9f

28/10/19

Well done Jack! We are all so proud that you got to perform in London. A little love and nurture help us achieve beyond what we could have hoped and dreamed for - wel done Young man. 👏 https://t.co/78wbIczZew

25/10/19

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Inspiring 👇🏾 https://t.co/oCeXwTOUJH

22/10/19

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Students in Y8 worked in groups to research a worldview / religion, applying a sociological approach. They produced a website, a photo-story and interviewed a believer. Take a look! https://t.co/ebeKYgKdeD

22/10/19

Another website created in ITP by a team of Year 8s - well done! https://t.co/lPc2bgFGwe

22/10/19

Fantastic work from our students under the guidance of Mr Briggs - well done. https://t.co/7c9rCFzx4A

18/10/19

The alarm has been deactivated- sorry that it has caused an distribution to your evening. https://t.co/b5WikkMU1P

18/10/19

On route to check and deactivate- apologises https://t.co/6AZ9j2aVHt

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Posted on: 16/04/2019

Budding scientists from Merstham Park School head to university for finals

We had a fantastic time with our budding scientists at this year’s brilliant science fair where some fascinating projects were on display.

Merstham Park School  joined around 400 pupils from across the GLF Schools network to show some brilliant science projects, which were all produced at home, in the contest’s final held at the Royal Holloway University in Egham, Surrey on Monday.

Projects were incredibly diverse and ranged from ‘Why don’t polar bears get cold?’ to ‘Life and death of planet earth’ and ‘which brand of kitchen roll is the most absorbent?. Each was beautifully presented and had been thoroughly researched.

More than 30 businesses also took part in the finals with displays and stands at the university to encourage our pupils to look at future careers involving the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

The companies ranged from the Royal Society of Chemistry to the world-famous Brooklands Museum and many offered some great hands-on exhibits. There were also keynote speakers who inspired us all.

“This is the third year running we have held a science fair grand final event and it is getting bigger and better each time,” said Daniel Welch, Primary Science Leader at GLF Schools.

Each project won its place at the final by beating others at school and the standard this year was particularly high from all the entrants.