Every country in the UK has its own patron saint who in times of great peril is called upon to help save the country from its enemies. St. George is the patron saint of England. His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is the flag of England, and part of the British flag. […]
What a brilliant effort by all our pupils for the 2018 MBPS Easter egg competition. It was a very hard job judging the entries this year as only two winners per class are chosen. Congratulations this years winners! Check out the video of all this years entries here https://www.facebook.com/MarusBridge/
Year 3 had an enriching French lesson learning the French names for different foods then enjoying ‘le petit dejeuner’ at Madame Hampson’s cafe. A good time was had by all!
You should have received a collecting bag and letter from your child’s class. (See below) bags2school letter Please support the Eco children with their first challenge – to raise £250 for Eco and wildlife projects. Give your wardrobes a spring clean and fill your collecting bag with unwanted clothes and send the bag in on […]
Wow, what a morning at Marus Bridge! The Key Stage Two children have had a fun-filled morning with the Pop Project team dancing, singing and even meditating. They learned about how to always feel good about themselves in their mind, body and spirit; how to be creative, respectful and kind to everyone. Such a positive […]
Due to the significant changes to free school meal eligibility following the roll out of Universal Credit we are encouraging our parents to apply for free school meals. Please follow the link below for further information. FSM Information 26.3.18
A reminder that Friday 23rd March is non-uniform day to support the FOMBA Easter bingo event on Wednesday 28th March. Reception, Y1 & Y2 please bring an Easter egg Y3 & Y4 please bring in a tombola gift. Y5 & Y6 Please bring in a bottle of something. Many thanks for all your support.
Please note, we have been in contact with Longendale Environmental Centre and the course leader has advised that tomorrow’s trip is safe to go ahead. Although there has been some snow around that area, the course leader has confirmed that it is melting now and does not appear to be returning on the forecast. The […]
In our music lessons this term, we have been learning all about the famous composer, Mozart. The tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star is said to have been composed by Mozart and therefore we have been learning to play the tune. Once we mastered this, we created group variations using a range of percussion instruments. […]
We are fortunate enough to have secured a date for the Pop Project to return to school and entertain the children whilst learning about Wellbeing. The show will take place on the last day of term, Thursday 29th March. On the day the Pop Project will perform two shows, one for Reception & KS1 and […]
A quick reminder that we will have the photographer in school on Tuesday 6th March 2018 to take the annual school pictures. Children will photographed throughout the day individually, in year groups and as a school. If you are wanting sibling (attending Marus Bridge or not) poses, the photographer will be able to this from […]