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Students presented their original ideas for saving water to this week. Their ITP Project involved research, original data collection, team work, creative thinking, and presentation skills. A selection of their ideas are attached.


Well done Mrs Cole 👏🎉 MPS are very proud of you 😊


Thank you for teaching us such fun skills.


Lots of fun taking place today as part of our Arts at MPS.


Amazed... the quality of work in the Art department at MPS in brilliant. 👏👏👏 to our students and their fab teacher Mrs Harkness


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Retweeted From Martin Beard

I am so proud of the fantastic work of our students within the Arts! Keep up the great work Mrs Harkness in helping all of our children reach beyond what they thought was possible.


The Arts are truly valued at Merstham Park - these images just show a small element of the skill development of our wonderful Year 7 students.


Have a wonderful 104th birthday Sir!


Interesting comments about the success of project based learning at School 21 - sounds like our ITP!


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Well that's a set-bacc: Ministers face renewed calls to review the EBacc after three of their claims about it are debunked


Hi Frank - these would be great. Perhaps you could send us contact details?


Great to see so many wonderful entries from our Year 7s. 👍


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KS2 teacher required in Redhill for September 2019. This is a great opportunity to join a vibrant and caring two form entry school, currently on an exciting journey of improvement. Full time, permanent and MPR.


Lovely for our students to be providing a love and joy for the Arts with the local elderly home.


We look forward to showing you around our school and seeing our excellent relationships, care and guidance for our children.


Looking forward to our third term tomorrow- don’t be late!


We hope that all our wonderful students have had a great break and are looking forward to starting school tomorrow? Just remember to park and stride or you helmet with the bike of a scooter! !


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Teacher of Technology required for brand new six-form entry secondary school in Mersham - The successful candidate will ensure that Technology has a high profile across the School through offering vibrant and exciting learning opportunities


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If the BBC2 Documentary "School" proved anything, I believe it's that as a profession, it's time we start better supporting those that lead our schools...

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SEND at Merstham Park School aims to identify and overcome potential barriers to learning and to meet the needs of all  students with SEND within and beyond the school setting.

Merstham Park School’s SEND provision takes into account the full scope of student support.  First and foremost this is the delivery of high quality, whole class teaching, guided with group work and individual interventions.

Students with SEND are supported in a range of different ways, including:

· In-class support and out of class monitoring for students with EHCPs and students on the SEND register provided by all teaching and support staff.

· Targeted withdrawal groups run aimed at supporting learners with literacy, numeracy and social skills needs.

· After school support groups each day of the week to support students with SEND with completion of Home Learning.

· A supportive and peaceful place within school available throughout break, lunch and after school.

· Student support team consisting of Learning Mentors to further support students pastorally.

· For advice and support on how to request that a student be assessed for SEND, please contact the student’s Learning Mentor in the first instance who will work with you to complete a SEND referral form so that we can correctly assess and identify and SEND issues.

If your son or daughter is interested in a place at Merstham Park School and has an EHCP, please liaise with Surrey County Council in the first instance :

Mrs L Strachan

Assistant Headteacher, SENCo