Meridian Campus Stories – July

We have come to the end of the school year, and what a year it has been! In spite of  exceptional circumstances our pupils have once again blown us away in the progress they have made through; determination, commitment and hard work. We are so proud of them. We look forward to welcoming our new pupils and their families to the school in September. But before we go please do check out what we have been up to his month.

A little tribute for Miss Paver. That’s a lot of Miss Pavers. Does anyone know which one is the real one?

Today at Dysons Road, as well as saying goodbye to our Y6s, we are also saying goodbye to our Head of School, Miss Paver. Rainbows, strips, dogs and converse is the theme for the day.

We have a group of Y6 children leaving Dysons at the end of the week. Most are going to @HaselburyCampus however a couple of moving to different schools. We had a week of fun activities planned for them and their friends they are leaving behind.

Ms Begum organised a fantastic day to celebrated World Book Day today as we didn’t get chance to celebrate it earlier in the year. Look at all the amazing costumes.



At Springfield, we were learning about travel and transport. We are exploring ways of travelling on the ground, in water and in the sky. We are also practising our road safety skills.

Murray Class made mini Victoria sponges today. The children weighed ingredients and tidied up after themselves! Brilliant baking!


At Springfield, we have been developing our gross motor skills by jumping over a big rope and climbing under it. We also learnt to wait for our turn and to cheer on our friends.


A very resourceful Murray Class have been learning about the Olympics. This week they made some hurdles. 


Storey Class enjoyed the sensory story of ‘The Little Princess’ today. The activity helped the students use descriptive language and make predictions. #bagbooks #EYFS


Fairchild Class have started their recycling project at Dysons Road. Their weekly home learning project was also based on the importance of recycling. Here are some mini recycling bins they created.

Storey Class have enjoyed re-enacting the story ‘Night Monkey, Day Monkey’.

Fairchild Class have finally started to collect recycling from the other classes today. We are proud to say that they all did fantastic. Let’s see which class will win the WestCo voucher for recycling the most.


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