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10/01/19

Please contact the front office to arrange a school visit. https://t.co/XZUxpW9heS

20/12/18

Retweeted From Kevin Briggs

Kindness ... always a good thing. https://t.co/dja1ldU28g

19/12/18

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Head of Year, Hoe Valley School, Woking, Surrey https://t.co/tvixgNjQL8

19/12/18

Thank you all for your hard work and commitment this term with our children and their families 👏👏 https://t.co/X18OP011fm

15/12/18

Thank you to our families for attending our first ever Christmas Showcase at MPS! The children were brilliant. Thank you to Caterham School for the use of the Theatre too. https://t.co/IGIzm1rNdT

14/12/18

Don’t forget your Christmas Jumper today at MPS! Photos to follow!

12/12/18

So proud of our wonderful families for donations over the advent period - Merstham Food Bank will ensure this goes to many people locally who need a little help this Christmas. ❤️ https://t.co/cild3WfUkW

11/12/18

Retweeted From carole davies

Kilnwood Vale Primary School: Southgate Primary School: Forge Wood Primary School: Our West Sussex schools have one more open event each before the deadline of 15 January 2019. Look out for the attached advert on the back cover of RH Uncovered - January 2019 edition. https://t.co/a9eqx1XATV

11/12/18

Lovely article remembering the sacrifices of so many! Proud of our wonderful children. https://t.co/F8QW8FRgLZ

21/11/18

Retweeted From LKStrachan

Fantastic making links between & We enjoyed receiving our first Thank you!☺️❤️ https://t.co/zbLcWPhy9b

19/11/18

Retweeted From Ofsted

We’ve just published 'The English curriculum – bigger than the sum of its parts' by on our TES blog https://t.co/OmAgFVtFFj https://t.co/CSIITbYEiI

19/11/18

Oracy, is an essential life skill. Speaking and Listening play a massive part in our development.

19/11/18

Liam, you should go to Kevin his MA was on student voice

14/11/18

This is a shoutout to all of those people who have been bullied by cruel people. Bullying is not a good thing, so let's stop it now! https://t.co/aRYjjwMMPO

14/11/18

Just because someone looks different, doesn't mean they are different. https://t.co/qngYNxN1LN

14/11/18

If you're being bullied never hesitate to tell a teacher. There is always someone to help you. https://t.co/sZyftKAoZ3

14/11/18

Tell people you trust. https://t.co/uQgyw2ZK4j

14/11/18

If you are being bullied ask the bully to politely stop. https://t.co/CDO4PPacYh

14/11/18

Class C have today written advice for students as part of our anti-bullying work: tweets to follow.

14/11/18

Retweeted From NCB

This I pledge to always . You can too. https://t.co/etb3FDPAkR

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Secretary of State approves the opening of Merstham Park School

Another milestone was reached on 16 February for Merstham Park School when the Secretary of State signed the Funding Agreement for the school.  This means that the school is now set to open in September 2018, subject to approval of the planning application.

Merstham Park will be a 11-16 secondary school with 180 places per year, and will admit up to 180 year 7 students this September. The school will ultimately be housed in a brand new building on the site of Chart Wood School in Merstham. Chart Wood School is being relocated by Surrey County Council to a new building in Dorking. In the interim, Merstham Park will be co-located on part of the Chart Wood site, in its own temporary accommodation.

Martin Beard, Headteacher for Merstham Park, said “I am delighted that the Funding Agreement has been signed. This will provide further assurance to those families who have applied for places at our school for September. Recruitment for our teaching team is already underway and we are looking forward to sharing more information with prospective families in the Spring Term”.

Jon Chaloner, CEO for GLF Schools which is the Multi Academy Trust which submitted the Free School application in 2015 to open the new school, added “Having had to defer the opening of Merstham Park last year, I am pleased that we have reached this stage with the Funding Agreement being signed. The letter which we received from the Department for Education recognised the commitment and energy of our team to reach this point, but more importantly this will allow us to now provide the much needed additional school places within Merstham and the wider community”.