Take holidays when school is closed!

Research shows that children with good attendance do well-not surprising really! What is good attendance though? Last year our average was nearly 97%, so if your child is hitting or exceeding that then they have every chance of being successful in their learning. Any child can pick up a bug at some point in the […]

Earth and Beyond!

Parents of our Y5/6 class! Just a quick note to tell you about our class assembly on Friday 26th October! It is all about our Earth and Beyond topic…we promise you that it will be out of this world..! In the meantime, here are few examples of the range of stunning Science projects sent in from […]

Hi, Could you bring the E safety forms back to school as soon as possible please. Also we are trying very hard to promote the children’s indpendence so please can you let your child come into school by themselves. Thank you Reception Staff

October 2012 Newsletter is out

The October editoin of the Marus Bridge Primary School Newsletter is now available for download. Please click the link below: October 2012 Newsletter If you want to catch up on past newsletters, please visit our archive page here

Conker Cup 2012

In other news, I am hoping to hold the Marus Bridge Conker Cup again next Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th October. It has been a bad year for conkers. In fact, on my walks with Snoop I haven’t seen any this year at all! However, we’ll give it a go. The competition is for KS2 children […]

‘A wonderful school,’ says Chief Inspector

‘Marus Bridge is a wonderful school’. Those were the words of Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector Of Schools, when he visited us on Friday, 12th, October. The pupils did us proud, with Head Boy Adam and Head Girl Caitlyn presenting Mr. Wilshaw with a bound booklet of letters written by several children, telling the boss […]

International Walk to School Week 22nd October 2012

As an Eco School we are suppporting International Walk to School Month. Your child can walk, cycle, scoot or bus to school to support this event. All children at Marus Bridge will receive a Walk To School Passport ready for next week. The children will get their passport signed by their teacher each day as […]

‘Outstanding Achievement’ Ofsted 2012

As you will all know we had a visit  from the OFSTED Inspectors a couple of weeks ago. We are very pleased to announce that the official report is now published on the web site and ready for you to view. There have been significant improvements over the last two years since we were last […]

Year 3 weekly update

It’s been another brilliant week in Y3!  We’ve enjoyed some Oliver Twist activities and everybody has written a fantastic letter to Sir Michael Wilshaw, who visited school on Friday 12th October.  Well done to Leah P for having her letter chosen to be part of the book presented to Sir Michael during his visit.  Leah […]

Oliver Twist activity

This week Year 3 have spent more time reading and investigating the story of Oliver Twist.  As well as preparing a re-telling of part of the story, which will be performed next week, we have looked at the character of Fagin in detail.  After picking out words from the text that describe his appearance we […]

Bonfire Events on 6th & 7th November

Bonfire Craft Night EYFS, Y1 & Y2 FOMBA will be hosting a Bonfire Craft night for EYFS & KS1 children. We will be happy to welcome pupils from Reception, Y1 and Y2 to come along and join in the craft activities. There will also be a chance for Tattoos, Biscuit Decorating, Lucky Dip, Fun & […]

October half term update

So far this calendar year we have raised £3,143. FOMBA would like to say a big thank you to all the parents, friends and local businesses that have supported our fund raising activities for the year. All the money raised directly benefits all the children at Marus Bridge Primary School. Also we would like to give a […]