Mellers and all schools in England are staying open during the current lockdown, but if any pupils feel unwell with Covid-19 symptoms, they must stay at home for 14 days and we would urge parents to register online for a test. Thank you to all our parents and carers for your unswerving support during this time.
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
During monitoring week, I met with Kiran Dhanjal, PSHE lead. Kiran has worked really hard to lead her subject and a wellbeing team. Part of this year's school development plan is focussing on the wellbeing of the Mellers community. Kiran and the team have a focus to make sure that PSHE is being taught consistently … Continue reading 25.11.20 Jo Kervick, Staff Governor
Meeting with Joy Buttress – English Lead During monitoring week, Teeny Reid (staff governor) and I met with Joy Buttress, English Lead. The discussion focussed upon the progress made since the Deep Dive into reading in January 2019, the gaps the school needs to close since the partial closure of the school in the Spring … Continue reading 23.11.20 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors
During Monitoring Week I met with Mrs Albone who was appointed last term to lead developments in KS2 and work alongside Miss Dickens and Ms Atherton who lead KS1 and Early Years. Mrs Albone is new to post and she gave me a very thorough plan showing how she is going to work with the … Continue reading 23.11.20 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors
Due to the Covid crisis, Governors at Mellers have undertaken the current round of monitoring via virtual meetings. It has been my pleasure to meet with a range of staff and look at five subjects across the curriculum; mathematics, design technology, art, modern foreign languages and religious education. I can report that the development work … Continue reading 20.11.20 Sue Blakeway, Vice Chair of Governors
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