School Events 2018/19
What an evening it was, showcasing our many talented children and concluding with the Mellor School Community Choir who were fantastic and a real inspiration to our children.
Year 4 Performing at the Lowry Theatre.
Once again our Year 4 children stepped onto the stage of the Lowry Theatre to perform their unique interpretation of the characters and scenes of a Shakespeare play. This year all schools in the Shakespeare Festival communicated their understanding of ‘The Tempest’.
Through language, action, dance and song the inspirational pieces engaged every child in demonstrating their understanding. Truly magical and atmospheric performances captivated the audience. Well done to Year 4 and Miss Withers for such great work. We look forward to next year already.
Mrs Jackson made the most of the warm weather today by taking her violin ensemble onto the decking to practice for the school music concert next week.
Y2 Mushroom Day
Year 2 had a fantastic time completing; ‘The Great Mellor Mushroom Hunt’, spore printing and of course toasting bread on the fire and sampling mushroom soup.
Y5 School Linking with Cale Green School
Year 5 have had a tremendous experience linking with Cale Green School this year. In June, Cale Green paid us a visit and were treated to a series of adventures in Forest School. The children of Mellor School were proud to show off the fantastic facilities we have and enjoyed meeting up with familiar faces. This initiative has given Year 5 wonderful opportunities to meet with children from different backgrounds and cultures, and they have enjoyed comparing many similarities as well as differences. It has been marvellous to see our children shine whilst thoroughly enjoying themselves.
Sports Day 2019
We were very lucky with the weather this year for Sports Day.
Forest Schools 2018/19
Each year group in school, from Nursery to Year 6, enjoy forest school in the beautiful woodlands surrounding Mellor Primary during different seasons of the year.
Forest School is an experiential method of learning in which children can initiate their own learning and continually develop their relationship with the natural world around them. They take managed risks appropriate to themselves and their surroundings and are able to develop their resilience, self-confidence, creativity and independence through these experiences.
Forest school activities include learning to identify the flora and fauna in our surroundings and how we can assist the eco-systems that exist here, managing and conserving our forest, building shelters from natural materials and tarpaulins, creating artwork from natural materials, using tools for projects, lighting and managing fires for campfire cookery and playing lots of fun outdoor games.
We welcome the local community to take part in seasonal events at Forest School such as Wizard School, Shelter and Sparks, Festive Forest and Easter Eggs-travaganza and have a thriving toddler group named Treetots which takes place every Friday morning during term time.
Our Forest School is also available for other schools to utilise and we work with visiting schools to plan and facilitate sessions aimed at the particular needs of their pupils and enable them to make the most of our extensive outdoor setting.
All Forest School sessions are led by our trained forest school practitioner and take place outside in all weathers.
Alfresco Band Practice
Mellor Primary school band members decided to make the most of the warm weather, by having their practice out on the decking tonight.
Pop Lacrosse Nationals
Well done to Mellor Primary Lacrosse team who reached the semi-finals of the National Pop Lacrosse tournnament. We are so proud of these 8, who lost in the quarter final game 11-10!
The community around the One Voice Initiative continues to come together to share a belief that irrespective of faith or culture we can live in harmony ‘under the same sky’. So proud of our school and all the children involved were amazing.
Year 5 Residential in Castleton
We had an amazing time. It has been a pleasure to take the children away on residential. The sun shone (1st!) & memories were made which will last a lifetime!
Supporting World Down Syndrome Day.
Pop Lacrosse North West Finals @ Armitage Centre
Mellor Primary meeting the Mayor of Stockport at the North West Final. Pop Lacrosse team won all but one game today finishing in 3rd place! Well done everybody- great team effort. Looking forward to the national finals in June. Many thanks to coach Lydia.
World Book Day 2019
What a fantastic World Book Day Mellor Primary had! Here are the amazing potato character entries that we’ve received. Winners will be announced in due course…
What a lovely morning with our Treetots toddlers. We went on a nature walk and then made some amazing creations using the treasures that we found. Next week: traditional tales using our fabulous new mud kitchen made by Mr West, to cook up some mud porridge for Goldilocks.
Well done to the Y5 & Y6 children who won the Stockport schools pop lacrosse tournament today. Next round is the North West Finals. Thank you coach Lydia G.
Year 6 & Early Years Christmas Tea Party
Y4 Football Team
A great start to the morning for Y4 winning their first match 2-0
KS1 Christmas Nativity
Mellor Primary School Choir
Singing at Marple train station (despite the rain)once again to bring a bit of Christmas cheer to commuters and raise a little bit of money for Mummy’s Star. Thanks to all our children, staff and parents who took part.
Year 6 Tribute to the Great War
Our Year 6 children have put together a fitting tribute to the men of the Great War for Rememberance Day. Each child made 4 clay petals, fired and glazed them and attached leaves with the names of the 30 Mellor men who perished in the Great War.
Lots of children took part in our recent Wizard School here at Forest School. The children passed potions class with flying colours, making potions to make them turn into dragons, grow wings, turn pink and many more, all with some very imaginative potion names.
They learned about what ancient people believed about the different powers certain trees possess and whittled sticks and tied knots to create magical wands and broomsticks.
To finish we made some tasty toffee apples and spiced apple punch around the campfire cauldron.
Our Pupil Parliament had a Q&A session with a member of parliament. Great testing questions on plastic reduction, school funding, healthy drinks and solving the problem of the homeless, all written and presented by our children. Thank you Mr William Wragg MP.
The Great Fire of London
Year 1 having been learning all about the Great Fire of London and have made houses to recreate the streets of London. Parents, teachers and children watched as they were engulfed with spreading flames. Thanks to everyone who came to the Year 1 celebration.
The children enjoyed a beautiful walk to and from Mellor Church to celebrate our ‘Harvest Festival’. It’s lovely for our school to embrace the local church and enjoy the rich landscape on such a day. Thank you to Rev Tracy Ward at St Thomas’ church in Mellor enabling our Harvest Festival to take place. We celebrated the food we eat, through singing, poetry and movement. Well done children and staff.