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Photographs

Posted 6.10.14

The photographers are at school on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 October for Individual and sibling photographs

Merryhills in the community

Posted 30.09.14

On Friday 26 September Merryhills took part in the world's biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. We also held a non uniform day with children wearing green to highlight this wonderful charity.

Parents and families were invited in to have coffee and a cake and our pupils donated £1.The support we received was amazing thank you all so much for taking part.

Our school is brilliant we raised £934.57

See our pictures under the 'Community' section

Clubs

Posted 29.09.14

Merryhills have a selection of lunchtime and after school activity clubs available for pupils from Years 1 – 6, including dance, choir, music, homework etc. Our Autumn Term programme is now available on the website or you can call in to the school office.

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Headteacher's Welcome

Headteacher Welcome to Merryhills Primary School. Our website is designed to introduce you to the school and provide helpful information.

We hope that your child will enjoy learning at Merryhills, be a happy member of our school community, and that during their time here they will acquire the relevant skills, knowledge and attitudes to face their future challenges.

Children learn best when they feel safe and secure and we believe that your child’s school life is enhanced when there is a shared responsibility between the school and parents for the child’s development as a learner. We hope to work in partnership with you and encourage your involvement in the life of the school.

 Our Vision:
All children receive quality first education where staff and parents work together so that all children can achieve their full potential.

If you would like to arrange a visit to the school please contact us, our details are below.

Michelle Motley
Headteacher