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Rights Respecting School

We are working towards becoming a Rights Respecting School (RRSA). What is a Rights Respecting School? The Award recognises a school’s achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into practice within the school and beyond. There are three stages to the Rights Respecting Schools Award. Bronze –Wow we have [...]

Code Breaking!

Year 3 have been code-breaking Egyptian hieroglyphics!

Help MPJS win £5,000 in National Book Tokens!

Our school needs you! Help us win £5,000 of National Book Tokens for the school library – and get £100 for yourself! Just enter the competition online, it only takes a minute: https://www.nationalbooktokens.com/schools

Restock at MPJS

This afternoon a small team of staff enabled parents to visit the school to restock essential school supplies. This enabled us to see many of our children who we very much miss! It was incredibility positive and uplifting for all! Thank you to our team at MPJS who facilitated the event –  a small crew […]

Bear Hunt

Your rainbows are amazing – We have seen so many of them! Your next challenge is to put a bear in your window and see how many you can spot on your daily exercise walk, or from your own window if you have to stay indoors. Don’t forget, you can draw a picture of a […]

Rainbow support

As you know, a lot of work is being done by many, many people who are doing their best to tackle Covid19. Doctors, Nurses, Shop workers and many more – it is an unbelievable effort and we want to thank you for what you are all doing. Get creative and put a rainbow in your […]

Yr 3 Walk to St Mary’s Church

Year 3 had a wonderful time walking to St Mary’s Church as part of our Geography learning. We planned our route before leaving using a printout from google maps. When planning, we ensured we followed the safest and most sensible route. This meant we could avoid busy roads. We also learnt about residential, commercial and […]

Year 4 trip to the Hawthorn Centre

On Tuesday 10th September, Year 4 explored their learning question “What lives in and around our school grounds?” at Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre on Southampton Common. It was a beautiful, sunshine-filled day and we made the most of it by exploring the Common and the wildlife that live there. We took part in lots of […]

Last Day of Term

On Tuesday 23rd July, 2019 we had to say goodbye to our Year 6 pupils and a few of our teachers. We had an assembly to celebrate the teachers and pupils hard work throughout their time at Mount Pleasant, with an emotional goodbye at the end. We wish all our Year 6 pupils and departing […]

Open Afternoon

On Friday 19th July 2019, we welcomed parents to come into the school for Open Afternoon. The parents had the opportunity to discuss their children’s reports and progress throughout the year with their teachers. They also had the opportunity to walk through the school and see their children’s work displayed all around the school.