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Great to see 7 Gatton doing so well in their Music lesson earlier today when completing ‘Master Drummer’, definitely some musicians for the future in this class


Would you like to join our expanding school or know anyone who would? We are looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) to join our hard working and dedicated team of staff.


Our freshly painted lines on our multi use games area being utilised by some of our year 8 students in their cricket lesson today. James Anderson watch out!


Creative year 9 textiles lesson today where the students were using marbling to create cells for a petri dish display


Each student has a unique access code which they were given to take home this week. There is also an app available for iOS and Android. have several apps, for students, teachers and parents, so please make sure you download the parent app for your code to work.


Thank you to all of our parents and carers who have logged into this week. This is to become our main method of communicating with you all over the coming weeks. If you have not yet accessed the site, it can be found here:


More fantastic work by today as we receive delivery of some more high quality furniture to enhance our provision 👏


Great to have our students back in school. An example of an Art lesson today, who says the first lesson of the year needs to be boring!


Very busy day at MPS today as staff worked tirelessly to ensure our school site is ready to receive our students back tomorrow


Great to have the MPS staff back today for our INSET and looking forward to our students returning shortly. Thank you to for use of their hall


More fantastic work by recently that we have benefitted from. Making a real difference to schools and more importantly the students in them. Keep it up!


Retweeted From MPS Arts

This week the students created words from photographic alphabets taken last week. This little gem was created by Isobel and a pleasure to share with the staff This has made us all smile today 😁 watch this space for more creative responses..


When the BBC visited MPS!


Exciting day at MPS today........the BBC have been in school filming some footage to be aired on the news on Wednesday regarding the fantastic work Business2Schools are doing


Thank you so much to Emily in year 7 who made these fabulous chocolate puddings for staff. Very thoughtful of you


Pleased to hear you liked it!


There should be a size guide on the order form. Yes, we would say they are true to size. Thanks


Many thanks for your positive feedback and comments, it means a lot. The staff are working extremely hard to support our students during this challenging time


Amazing work Iona, well done

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Posted on: 29/07/2020

Computer scheme proves a hit with our pupils

When schools closed as a result of Covid 19 and teaching was carried out remotely, access to a laptop computer became essential for students - but not all families are in a position to provide one.


The issue was resolved after we joined forces with a charity which provided a batch of reconditioned laptop computers we are able to loan to students who need them now and into the future.


Pupils were presented with the laptops by Mr Ward after the delivery from the Business to Schools Initiative, which takes donated computers and office furniture from a range of companies and donates them to schools around the country.


The donation even made the small screen when the BBC Surrey team visited the to make a video about the donation, speaking to staff, pupils and parents about the impact of the scheme.


The donated laptops will helo make a huge difference to students like Rhyley, who missed some work because he did not have one.


“I do English and maths online and sometimes I can’t do it because I can’t do it on my phone so I have to catch-up. But this laptop helps me do all of that,” he said.


The donation has also taken the pressure off parents who worried their child could fall behind as a result of not having a laptop of their own.


“It panicked me because we literally have two laptops at home and we both still have to work so having this is so much easier because we couldn’t offer her that at home. Like I say, the school has been amazing,” said mum Tracey Hill.


Her daughter Emily was delighted to receive one of the laptops and said it would help her ‘a lot’ while she is working at home.


The Business To Schools Initiative has taken more than £10m of furniture and technology that was being replaced in offices and given it new homes in schools around the country.


“The value to the school means they can reserve their budgets for pupil needs rather than spend them on infrastructure. The items donated, particularly PCs and monitors are far more powerful, with a longer life than anything a school could ever afford,” said Lindsey Parslow, chief executive of the charity.