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We are expanding our team and are pleased to be recruiting a cover supervisor. Check out this link if you are interested in joining two forward thinking GLF schools


On Monday 16 November we will be wearing odd socks to support Anti-Bullying Week to raise awareness of the importance of our main value of inclusion


🌹At the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month, Merstham Park remembered 🌹


More fantastic Black History Month work from our students


Another fantastic piece of work completed by one of our year 8 students as part of Black History Month


As part of Black History Month our students have been creating poems. We wanted to share this powerful poem from one of our fantastic year 8 students


Oil pastel drawings being completed by year 7’s this morning in their Art lessons. Check out our website for more information on September 2021 admissions


Thank you to everyone who joined us for our virtual open evening tonight. It was great meeting you all. If you have any questions please request a phone call with our Senior Leadership Team on our website


We are very much looking forward to welcoming our prospective year 6 parents to our virtual open evening tonight. All joining details are on our website. Here are the opinions of some of our year 7 students


The day has almost arrived for our virtual open evening. Here’s a video explaining Art at MPS. Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow night via our Google meet link on our website


In advance of our virtual open evening on Thursday (8th October). Here’s some thoughts from one of our year 7 parents


We are excited to share the below opportunity at MPS. Click here to apply for the role of Chelsea Champions - Project Officer at : URL


Our virtual open evening is on Thursday this week (8th October). Here’s some thoughts from our Deputy Head Girl. Happy Monday!


Today is the day! Please check out our website for the information we have released for our prospective year 6 parents. We hope you find it useful


Today’s the day! We will be releasing lots of useful information on our website for prospective parents to view. Look out for this later.


We were fortunate to receive a delivery of PC monitors today organised by Business2Schools. Thank you for this, the work you are doing truly does make a difference


Another exciting day at MPS today with some of our year 7 students developing their map reading skills in their ITP lesson. Don’t forget to check out our website tomorrow for some exciting updates


Only 1 day remaining until we release a range of useful information on our website for perspective parents in advance of our virtual open evening on 8th October. Have a great day!


The end of another great week at Merstham Park comes to an end. This is one of our fantastic year 8 student’s work. Another day closer to 1st October where we will launch lots of useful information on our website for prospective year 6 parents

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Posted on: 19/11/2020

Veteran joins us for Remembrance

Staff and students joined together to mark the Armistice Day and remember those who have died in war and conflict around the world.


Students created hand-made clay poppy tea light holders in art lessons and painted them ahead of November 11 so they could be lit for Remembrance.


Royal Sussex Regiment veteran and Royal British Legion member Tom Dempsy attended the school to take part in the act of Remembrance. Lead teacher of the Arts, Mrs Lyndsey Harkness has collaborated with the local RBL branch since the school first opened in 2018.


“It is so great to be able to spend time here. Many local children had family who fought in the War. It has been a pleasure to come in and run a service, especially during lockdown,” said Mr Dempsy.


Students have been learning about the Armistice  and its significance in a variety of subjects, with various activities, assemblies and poetry.


“I believe it is an important date in the calendar so that students can be given time to reflect and remember. It is a shame that the students were unable to attend the Merstham Memorial this year, but I am pleased that we marked the date within the school community,” said Mrs Harkness.


Taking the time as a school community to remember those who have fallen in wars and the sacrifice those before us have made is an important part of our education.