We're now closed for the Easter break; we'll reopen on Monday 19th April. Thank you to all our parents and carers for your unswerving support during this time. Please see the News section for the exciting proposal to relocate the Deaf Provision from Firbeck Primary Academy to Mellers! Don't forget: if your child has a cough, temperature or other COVID-19 symptom, you must not bring them to school, and you must make sure you get a COVID-19 test for your child.
As part of my duties as safeguarding governor in Mellers Primary School, I, Femi Folorunso, attended the monthly safeguarding meeting on 3 March 2021 via Zoom. All safeguarding cases were diligently addressed and rated in order of priority and urgent cases promptly escalated. The team is on top of all safeguarding situations and cases in the school. Also, … Continue reading 12.3.21 Femi Folorunso, safeguarding governor
I, Femi Folorunso, being a safeguarding governor and as part of government guidelines attended a training titled Safeguarding: What Governors Need to Know , on 1 March 2021. I attended similar training on 2 March 2020 just before the lockdown. The trainings were organised by Nottingham City Council Some of the things I learnt at … Continue reading 4.3.21 Femi Folorunso, safeguarding governor
It was an absolute pleasure to join the presentation of the reading project that Mellers has been involved in: ‘Reading for Pleasure’. The session was led by Professor Teresa Cremin and we heard about the work all the schools had developed as part of the project. Some time ago at Mellers, when I was interviewing … Continue reading 9.12.20 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors
On Friday 4th December I was able to join with Mrs Buttress, Miss Dawson and Liz White, our external school improvement advisor, touring the classrooms and watching lessons in phonics, guided reading and also story time. In January last year I had joined a group of external advisors to observe reading across the school. They … Continue reading 4.12.20 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors
On Friday 13th November I met with Joe Nottingham, who is the subject lead for Physical Education (PE) across the school. He shared with me the long-term plan which is drawn up at the beginning of the year. The planning and teaching of PE has been tailored to reflect the sports pupils are interested in … Continue reading 30.11.20 Teeny Reid, Staff Governor
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