High Peak Federation

Mersey Class


School Day

Start:                                                   08:40

End:                                                     15:25

Staff will still meet children on a morning at the far entrance to school.  Children should line up and wait so that the front of the line is opposite the gate, and the line forms beyond.  Please make sure children stand by the fence/wall, so the pavement doesn’t become ‘clogged’ and blocked for other pedestrians. 

At the end of the day parents collecting children should wait the same way.  Please do not wait on the school direction of the gate, but the far direction, so that the pavement doesn’t become blocked. 

Children will be dismissed in groups at 15:30.  Starting with the children walking home independently, please allow these children to pass first.  Children being collected by parents will then be released.  Please be considerate of others when manoeuvring around the pavements. 

We will send timetable and learning arrangements out with children at the start of the year.


Class Teacher:                                     Mr Senior

High Level Teaching Assistant:         Mrs Schofield

Teaching Assistants:                           Mrs Shandley and Mrs Turner

We are very fortunate to have some highly talented and dedicated support for children in Mersey Class this year. 


Swimming and PE

PE sessions for Mersey Class will be on Wednesdays. Children should make sure their PE kits are always in school for these sessions. 

Swimming will take place on Monday mornings.  Mersey Class will swim until Feb Half-Term. Please meet at 08:45 at the Leisure Centre on Monday morning for these sessions (More information regarding this will be sent separately). 

Young Voices

We will be learning songs ready for our concert in the New Year.

 Fun Stuff

A new year brings new freedoms and now opportunities to have fun in our learning.  Firstly, on Monday 13th September we will be celebrating ‘Roald Dahl Day’ in Mersey Class. The day will include lots of fun, interactive and engaging activities to celebrate one of the UK’s favourite authors. 

Mersey staff are looking into the possibility of a number of trips and engagement activities to enhance learning in every subject.  Please look out for more communication regarding these as it becomes available. 



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Designing and constructing bridges.

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Year Four Clarinet Lessons.

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Leading Assembly to celebrate diversity.