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17/07/19

An absolute pleasure - thank you for supporting the students yesterday! https://t.co/ZOgWsoLOo5

17/07/19

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Fantastic Sports Day at MPS yesterday - well done everyone for participating and cheering each other on! https://t.co/pDRWwBJHfl

17/07/19

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Standing Long Jump enjoyed by our Year 7s https://t.co/G5N809CuuH

17/07/19

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Students enjoying the mixed relay. Well done Nutfield. https://t.co/lgnb7EAOy1

17/07/19

Great Sports Day Mr G! Well done for organising. https://t.co/KjWxzxP6F1

10/07/19

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Our Choir performing at the Quality Street Fair on Saturday https://t.co/dnjv6omSoD

09/07/19

Retweeted From Tamasine Kimber

Last Thursday I had the absolute pleasure and privilege of seeing this smile 3 times in the evening - once after he performed and twice when he won awards for his hard work and resilience. Thank you for bringing out what we always knew was there! You rock! https://t.co/tw5eHTmPS5

06/07/19

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A lovely afternoon with the Art club students attending the Coppice Lea summer BBQ and saying goodbye to the residents for the summer! ☀️ https://t.co/dSe0gueLop

06/07/19

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05/07/19

What a great evening last night - thank you to all our families for supporting the brilliant and talented children. https://t.co/drjAJHHiiR

05/07/19

Don’t forget our students’ work is being displayed this week at The Merstham Hub https://t.co/rA7jFAGiDU

05/07/19

We have been awarded The Arts Mark at MPS! Well done to Mrs Harkness for all her great work. https://t.co/eytrG0K0UJ

05/07/19

Great performances last night at our Celebration Evening. Thank you to all our students for performing and families for supporting. https://t.co/bJOt2x8x4f

05/07/19

Three ladies awarded 100% attendance by Mr Beard. Well done ladies 👏👏 https://t.co/7Km7WTwyVJ

03/07/19

Join us tomorrow evening from 6.15pm at Reigate St Mary’s Church Centre on chart Lane Reigate. Celebration Evening at MPS https://t.co/EZjruWXhnq

02/07/19

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We had great fun creating name sculptures today with our new students joining us next year 👨‍🎨🖊✂️👩‍🎨✏️🔤 https://t.co/w57wiuElh8

02/07/19

It’s wonderful to have a piece from every member of our school - well done to each of you. https://t.co/7YfOyunO9g

29/06/19

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Curriculum inspiration from today with and Merstham Primary. Inspiring teachers to inspire children!

29/06/19

Retweeted From Alex Norris

Best day at work EVER!! 🤣 https://t.co/HZMFtJNKTl

26/06/19

We are pleased you’re hosting our first Art exhibition! We hope our community enjoys the children’s work! Every child has a piece to be displayed. https://t.co/spEGPR7OAF

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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.