Category: MPJS Whole School Blog

It’s time to meet the next staff member from our Y6 series of blogs. Today we are meeting Miss Smith, one of our Y3 teachers. Why did you want to become a teacher? I spent lots of time as a swimming coach and loved working with children. I decided to make it my full time […]

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What did you learn about our current use of plastic? “Plastic is bad for our environment as it pollutes the air and destroys our planet. The worst part is that it can’t decompose.” – Maimuna “The UK throws at least one truck full of plastic away every minute! Also, that the UK generated 5.2 million […]

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Y5 were very lucky this week. They were invited to King Edward’s school to watch their performance of Matilda. Here is what they thought: “I liked that everyone stood up for Matilda in the show. I liked the work they all put in.” – Taba, 5M “I liked when the actors went on the stairs […]

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Our Y5 children recently went on a trip to the Winchester Science Centre for their topic about space and the moon. Here’s what they thought of their day out: “We went to the planetarium and we explored all the activities. Then we were called by the teacher to learn about the solar system.” – Kareena, […]

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It's time to meet our staff - starting with our new Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Marshall. Our Y6 bloggers took some time to ask Mrs Marshall some questions. Why did you want to become a teacher? I wanted to help children learn and make a difference in their lives, helping them to realise their potential." Why [...]
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As we hop into spring, a very special visitor has arrived at our school! We are lucky enough to have our very own leveret and decoration has begun to prepare it for the Hares of Hampshire trail. Here is a sneak peek- what indigenous plants and wildlife can you spot? Miss Emily Harper – Culture, Heritage and […]

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MPJS is working in partnership with Southampton City Council and the NHS to achieve our Healthy Hi5 Award. The award aims to make it easier for schools to provide healthy and fun activities for all pupils to improve their health and wellbeing. We have been awarded our Bronze award, which means we are working towards […]

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