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Sport Relief - Thursday 22nd March

posted Mar 20, 2018, 11:24 AM by N Sirett   [ updated Mar 23, 2018, 3:28 AM ]

Congratulations everyone! We raised £692.54 for Sport Relief.

WWII Memorial Assembly

posted Feb 25, 2018, 11:40 AM by N Sirett   [ updated Feb 25, 2018, 11:40 AM ]

WWII Plaque Unveiling Assembly

On Friday the 23rd February, 2018 children from Mersea Island School (Year 5 and Year 6) and visitors came to the unveiling of the memorial plaque. The plaque showed the names of all

 the people from Mersea Island Primary School who died in WWII. The brave soldiers were:

Alfred Butler

Ronald Chatters

Herbet Cudmore

Douglas Cutts

Eric Head

 George Hillaby

Owen Hewes

George Stoker

George Sampson

All these brave men helped Britain win the war by giving up their lives, this is why every one of them is named on the plaque. Elisha Gale (Alfred Butler’s great granddaughter) felt very emotional like many of us there. The plaque will remain in Mersea Island Primary School to remind students of the soldiers, many of who were not much older than they are now. We were honoured to be joined by the Mayor of Mersea who read us a famous poem about the war.

By Tilly Weber

Year 5

SOS Day - Friday 26th January

posted Jan 23, 2018, 2:13 AM by N Sirett

Please send in your donations of tins of tomato or chicken soup. See the letter below for further details.

FOMISA News

posted Jan 23, 2018, 2:06 AM by N Sirett

Please see our latest newsletter

School Term Dates 2017-18

posted Feb 6, 2017, 2:47 AM by N Sirett

School term dates have been finalised for 2017-18.

OFSTED report grades school as good

posted Sep 5, 2016, 10:26 AM by N Sirett

The school has been graded as good in all areas following the recent OFSTED inspection. The report is very positive and reflects the hard work and commitment of all the staff and children and the support of parents and governors.

 

The report is very positive about many aspects of the school’s work and particularly highlights:

  • The quality of teaching and assessment
  • The good progress made by all pupils, including disadvantaged pupils and those with additional needs
  • The good behaviour of the pupils and how they respect their teachers and enjoy learning
  • The well-planned curriculum which allows children to learn about and appreciate their unique island location
  • The good start to school that children make in early years
  • The highly effective work of teaching assistants
  • The encouragement and support that the school gives to all pupils
  • The leadership and commitment of the governors in holding the school to account

 

There are two areas identified for the school to work on:

  • Ensuring a small number of the older children apply their knowledge to achieve the highest standards in written work
  • Occasionally moving children on to higher level work in maths more quickly

These areas will be reflected in the school development plan.

Round 2 of Lexden Cup Year 3/4 Junior Squash

posted Mar 11, 2016, 8:01 AM by S Meanley   [ updated May 8, 2017, 5:10 AM ]

With a slightly jigged team Mersea again won every match against all three schools in round two. 


Stanway A       44-15
Tiptree             44-10
Langenhoe B   44-7

They scored points as  follows:

George   11-6 11-2 11-4
Henry         11-5 11-0 11-2
Amelie          11-1 11-2 11-1
Matilda         11-3 11-6 11-0

The children all played in really good spirit.
These results leave Mersea in the lead going into the final round next week.

The current standings are :

Mersea          220
Chappel         206
Stanway A     169
Stanway B     156
Langenhoe A 135
Langenhoe B 132
Fordham        121
Tiptree           121

Well done to you all.




Year 3/4 Squash team start strongly

posted Mar 4, 2016, 8:15 AM by S Meanley   [ updated May 8, 2017, 5:11 AM ]

March 4th

Mersea School fielded a year 3/4 team of George , Henry , Amelie  and Charlotte  in round 1 of the Lexden Inter schools competition.
The children were all really well behaved, and they won all their matches, to leave Mersea in a really strong position for round 2 of 3 next Friday.

Mersea won against Fordham Heath 44-9 and Stanway B team 44-8.

George won both matches 11-0 11-2
Henry won both matches 11-0 11-5
Amelie won both matches 11-2 11-1
Charlotte won both matches 11-7 11-0

A great demonstration of Mersea's developing strength in junior squash, reflected in the scores.
Well done to you all.

'Storm Puppy' - 500 Words (Radio 2) Entry

posted Feb 11, 2016, 2:07 AM by A Dix   [ updated Feb 11, 2016, 2:08 AM ]

Do we have a future J K Rowling or Jacqueline Wilson in Year 2?
Molly in Year 2 has submitted her entry for the Radio 2's competition - 500 Words and Molly has agreed to share it with you.
You can download 'Storm Puppy' below.

Essex Libraries - WM Library

posted Nov 16, 2015, 1:45 AM by S Jay

Throughout the month of November (until the 21st), Essex Libraries are celebrating 150 years of Alice in Wonderland. At West Mersea Library, they currently have a trail set up in the Children’s Library and are encouraging as many children to take part and find all of the Alice in Wonderland pictures. When they have successfully found all of them, they will be entered into a draw for the chance to win some Alice in Wonderland related prizes courtesy of Macmillan Publishing House.

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