Mellers is closed due to coronavirus., but running childcare for the children of key workers for as long as we need to be; this includes all school holidays and bank holidays. All pupils have a login for Purple Mash; teachers are uploading and marking work each day, and contacting their families each week. All updates will be on this website, our FB page and via text. Stay safe!
Dear parents and carers I feel it is appropriate for me to write to you at this very distressing time on behalf of the full governing body of Mellers. Although it is officially the Easter break I expect you all feel that it is such a long time since Mellers closed for the majority of … Continue reading 10.4.20 Lesley Lyon, Chair of Governors
I spent the morning in school working with Miss Dermody and the wider staff to look at the teaching and learning in mathematics across the whole school. It is evident that there has been a lot of investment into the development of the mathematics curriculum and staff have worked hard to improve their skills and … Continue reading 9.3.20 Sue Blakeway
We met with small groups of boys to gain their insights into learning and reading at Mellers. Our key findings were that they were enthusiastic about the themes at Mellers and their learning. All children recognised that everyone learns differently and that could have different work at different times. They were respectful of others' abilities, … Continue reading 16.1.20 Laura Patel
It was great to visit Mellers Primary School recently to discuss the opportunity as an Associate Science governor, which I humbly accepted. I am excited to further develop the link between Mellers and the University of Nottingham's science department. For the last 10 years our department has been offering work experience to students in secondary … Continue reading 12.12.19 Waheed Ashraf
On the 11th December, 2019, I met Mellers safeguarding team for updates. The meeting started at about 1.30 pm. The session was chaired by the head teacher, Ms Dawson. Eight persons including myself were present. Cases were discussed starting from the most urgent to the least urgent. I can confirm that safety and well being … Continue reading 11.12.19 Femi Folorunso
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