Following our latest inspection, we are pleased to announce our school is ‘outstanding in all areas’. Our Ofsted Report is available for you to read here Ofsted Report March 2019.Thank you for all your support.
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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Year 4 Visit to Liverpool World Museum
As part of our topic work on Ancient Greek we will be taking the children on an educational visit to the Liverpool World Museum on Tuesday 17th December 2019.
Whilst we are at the Museum we will be taking part in two Ancient Greek Workshops:
The children will also have the opportunity to visit other areas of the museum.
The children will be going by coach and will be leaving school at 9.30am prompt. We will be having lunch whilst we are out and returning to school at approximately 3.00pm. Your child will need a packed lunch in a labelled plastic bag. Please ensure all contents are disposable. If your child is entitled to a free school meal and you would like the kitchen to prepare a packed lunch for them, please let your child's class teacher or the school office know.
Your child should come into school in their school uniform to include sensible shoes and a coat please.
As several school trips are planned throughout this year, the cost of this visit trip will be subsidised by school on this occasion, but we would request a voluntary contribution of £8.50 to help towards the cost. All payments should be made via ParentPay. If you require any assistance with ParentPay please contact the school office.
Thank you for your continued support.
Key Stage One
Parent and Child Workshops
Tuesday 17th December
We have an exciting opportunity for you and your child to attend a Parent and Child Christmas Craft Workshop. The workshop will start at 1:15pm and finish at 3:00pm.
Children can come to school wearing their Christmas jumper in place of their school sweatshirt or cardigan.