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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

12/11/18

Retweeted From Jake Lewis

Working at a school and considering a change? Thinking of returning to the profession? Starting your NQT year in September? Speak to to find out about our varied opportunities throughout the trust. We're looking forward to speaking with you. https://t.co/GxiWvidLHX

12/11/18

We had an anti-bullying lesson today - remember if you are getting bullied talk to someone! https://t.co/YaTTOaHIIV

12/11/18

If you are being bullied you should always tell a teacher or trusted person. 'tkeepitinside https://t.co/Y5vLMwuYfD

12/11/18

Bullying is the worst, from physical bullying to verbal bullying they are all equally horrible. Don't hold back, tell an adult. https://t.co/VmBNujoMMS

12/11/18

If you're being bullied, don't ignore it. Tell an adult, teacher or trusted adult. Do not be frightened, somebody will help you. Remember you're not alone. https://t.co/CfyRCrWSiZ

12/11/18

Today we have launched our work on choosing respect - Class B have been writing advice on how to deal with potential Bullies. https://t.co/Pj2Hqab17M

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Equality & Diversity

Merstham Park School is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity for every person in the school community regardless of sex (including gender reassignment) disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief and race. The school acknowledges the value of being a multicultural and multilingual school. Every attempt will be made to ensure that equal opportunities are reflected in all aspects of school life. Prejudice and discrimination in any form will be tackled and students, parents and staff must report any incident where they believe these are being exhibited. Students and parents must report any incident to the  or Head of Personalisation, and staff to their line manager or member of the school leadership team, if appropriate.

Merstham Park School is committed to providing:

  • a place where all can learn, achieve, enjoy and succeed
  • an environment which stimulates and motivates students
  • an education that realises the full potential of every individual student
  • an atmosphere in which everyone flourishes, achieves and feels valued
  • a safe, caring and well-disciplined school.

Within a friendly, caring and stimulating community, Merstham Park will endeavour to educate and prepare its students from diverse backgrounds, cultures, faiths and communities for citizenship in a multiracial and multicultural society.

The values of Merstham Park are grounded on inclusion, collaboration and compassion for:

  • independence, whilst respectful of others
  • supporting each other to achieve our best
  • high expectations of our learning community
  • respecting our unique characteristics and embracing equality for all
  • the community and the environment

A full list of the school's aims can be found in the school prospectus and staff handbook, but those related to equal opportunities are given below:

  • to promote equal opportunities for all
  • to enable every student to develop his or her aesthetic, cultural, social and physical talents
  • to help students consider carefully key moral, religious and spiritual aspects of life
  • to help students become considerate and responsible citizens able to make well-informed choices about their future
  • to respect the variety and diversity of the backgrounds, cultures and faiths represented in the school community while at the same time valuing the common culture and heritage of which all are part.