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Mersey Park Primary School

'Be Nice', 'Work Hard' and 'Never Give Up'

Mersey Park Primary School

Mrs Thomas

Headteacher
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My name is Mrs Thomas and I have the privilege of being the Head Teacher of Mersey Park Primary School. We are very proud of our school and its community. We promote a friendly family atmosphere where everyone is encouraged to show care for each other. We aim to ensure that everyone in our school feels safe and secure in their learning environment. We also promote high standards of achievement for all, encouraging pupils to work hard and persevere at tasks they may find difficult.

Our three main values ‘Be Nice’, ‘Work Hard’ and ‘Never Give Up’ are central to everything we do and all children have been involved in deciding what these values mean to them. We offer an exciting curriculum which has been designed to engage all our children and help them develop a love of learning. We hope this website will give you more insight into our school and provide you with important information. If you require a paper copy of any of the information, please contact the school office to arrange a supply free of charge.

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What's On
  • Year 6 Oaklands Week June 18, 2018 June 22, 2018 .
  • Year 5 Royden Park Visit June 21, 2018 9:15 am 11:45 am

     

    The pupils in Year 5 are planning a visit to Royden Park on Thursday 21st June.  We will be departing at 9.15am and will return to school at approximately 11.40am.

    The purpose of this visit is to experience some Forest School activities on the theme of Symmetry in Nature.  These activities will encourage the children to make decisions, solve problems and work as a team.

    The activities will be led by trained, experienced Rangers from Royden Park in areas of the park especially designed for these activities.

    The children will need to wear casual trousers or jogging bottoms, long sleeved tops, a waterproof coat and wellies or old trainers.  All clothes should preferably be old as they may get dirty!

    If the weather is good please ensure that your child has a sun hat/cap and sun screen should be applied before they arrive at school.

     

    We would appreciate a voluntary contribution of £4.50 per child to help cover the cost of this trip.  Please could you arrange for payment to be made via ParentPay and return your completed permission slip by Friday 15th June.

  • Whole School Vocabulary Parade June 22, 2018 ..

    Mersey Park Vocabulary Parade 2018

    We are very pleased to announce that Mersey Park Primary School will be hosting our very first ever

    ‘Vibrant Vocabulary Parade’ on Friday 22nd June. 

    This exciting event is a fun way to celebrate our love of wonderful words and varied vocabulary. We are inviting children to come to school dressed as their chosen word with the word clearly displayed on their outfit. During the day we will have a parade where every child will have the chance to show off their costume and we will also take lots of photographs to display around our school. Please note that the costume and footwear must be suitable to wear in both the classroom and playground.

    Please choose a word from the attached list. You will notice that most of the words are very challenging. This event will be great fun but it is also a chance for our pupils to hear and learn new vocabulary. We have included some pictures on the back of this letter but many ideas can also be found online. Please don’t hesitate to ask your child’s teacher if you are unsure.

    There will be some small prizes for the most original ideas. With thanks in advance for your support and help with costumes.

  • Year 4 Barnstondale Centre Visit June 26, 2018 June 27, 2018 ...

    We are delighted to be able to offer your child the opportunity to take part in a residential trip from Tuesday 26th June to Wednesday 27th June at the Barnstondale Centre, Barnston.

     

    The centre is set in 15 acres of countryside in the heart of the Wirral Peninsula, the site includes an ancient woodland dale, stream and pond for an authentic countryside experience.  The centre offers great facilities, routine and activities to suit all abilities.

     

  • Year 5 & Year 6 Sports Day June 26, 2018 11:00 am

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