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07/04/20

Weekly challenge update- some fantastic creations from our culinary challenge last week. Well done! Good luck with this weeks languages challenge https://t.co/obphbOkm5q

04/04/20

2/2 We would love to see any photos of you attempting the weekly challenge or any other creative task that you are proud to have undertaken on our official school twitter account. Please tag when posting on twitter. Stay safe

04/04/20

1/2 This week's MPS challenge is related to languages. You need to select a language of your choice that you have not studied before and learn how to introduce yourself and share one interesting fact about yourself. Make sure you practice with your parents!

02/04/20

Feeling concerned or anxious? Why not chat it through with some professionals https://t.co/71S2G7pznk

01/04/20

Looks good Bailey, well done on your creation. Hope it tasted as good as it looks! Tough times but stay positive

31/03/20

More creative work at MPS today! https://t.co/0A4BfExk1R

31/03/20

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2/2 We would love to see any photos of you attempting the weekly challenge or any other creative task you are proud to have undertaken on our official school twitter account. Please tag when posting on twitter

31/03/20

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1/2 Weekly challenge - a culinary one. Using only 5 ingredients that you can find in your kitchen cupboards create a starter or dessert of your choice.

29/03/20

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Lead Teacher of Mathematics https://t.co/YFn7smZKyE

29/03/20

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Teacher of Science https://t.co/lIoRxDUPOD

27/03/20

2/2 We would love to see any photos of you attempting the weekly challenge or any other creative task you are proud to have undertaken on our official school twitter account. Please tag when posting on twitter

27/03/20

1/2 Weekly challenge - a culinary one. Using only 5 ingredients that you can find in your kitchen cupboards create a starter or dessert of your choice.

26/03/20

Great work Bailey, keep up it!

26/03/20

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Posters made by students to brighten up the community 🌈 https://t.co/lgRc37QwA9

23/03/20

We are prepared to provide basic childcare to support our young people who have key worker parents/EHCP/vulnerable. We do insist all parents only send their child to school if this is a last resort As directed by the government. If they can, they should stay safe at home https://t.co/a6IrIG4lkO

20/03/20

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Want to be part of something special? Merstham Park School is GROWING, and we are interested in hearing from you. Click below to see these vacancies in more detail on our Career Site https://t.co/2i83hCxufw https://t.co/lo6s0cOcMW

20/03/20

We are open as usual today (Friday 20 March) and will continue to follow the latest guidance on Coronavirus. We will however, be closed from Monday for all students who are not deemed as vulnerable or whose parents are not key workers

18/03/20

Teacher of Science https://t.co/lIoRxDUPOD

18/03/20

Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages https://t.co/1bqSzoPwlP

18/03/20

Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages https://t.co/mndAko3kan

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Posted on: 03/09/2019

Ignite a passion for learning with us at Merstham Park School? Find out more . . .

We are a new school and from day one we want to ignite a passion for learning in all our students so they can reach their full potential.

 

You can find out so much more at our open mornings on September 25, October 4 and 8 and on the evening of October 1.

 

The Merstham Park School family respects each other and works as a team to enable everyone to achieve their goals and aspirations while ensuring our students are self-motivated, confident and resilient.

 

We have very high expectations of our school community and encourage all our students to be their best while caring for each other and the wider world.

 

Our staff lead by example and demonstrate professionalism at all times while inspiring students to be independently-minded and prepared for their future with the promotion of leadership skills.

 

Our curriculum uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as the STEAM access points for guiding students through their education with an inquiring mind and critical thinking which leads to open dialogue and wider knowledge.

 

Our vision is to provide a curriculum supporting the needs of the community, focusing on the development of both local and global enterprise. We want to be a valued part of the wider community and will share our new facilities when they are completed.

 

Our culture is one of achievement and we encourage every student to succeed through developing their unique potential while striving to meet the needs of all students, whatever their background.

 

We provide a safe and inspiring learning experience for all our students where everyone feels valued and we celebrate individual achievement.