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School is open – Friday 1st February 2019

School is open. Main roads are clear but it is icy on some local roads and on our playgrounds so please take extra care. Wrap up warm and travel safely. Thanks again to Mr Broadbent our fantastic caretaker for clearing and gritting the footpaths.


School is open Thursday 31st January 2019

School is open but it is icy on local roads and on our playgrounds so please take extra care. Thanks to Mr Broadbent our fantastic caretaker for clearing and gritting the footpaths.


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Funding comparisons with other schools and appeal for improvement

Dear parent/carer, Further to previous messages regarding the pressures on school finances currently, we have performed some comparisons with similar schools in different areas of the UK to illustrate the large gap in available funds even considering schools with similar profiles. All of the schools used were within the following parameters: Characteristic Mersey Vale Primary School Comparison criteria Finance type Maintained Maintained Number of
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Important public consultation regarding school term dates 2020-2021

We urge all parents to view the document below and submit their views before the deadline on 31st December 2018. The proposed term dates represent a significant shift in term structure and we believe will impact negatively upon pupils, parents/carers and staff. Cluster letter- term dates consultation Dec 2018 Note that although you can vote on all aspects of the consultation, our main concerns
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Wonderful Key Stage Two Results

We are delighted and very proud to announce that the results achieved by last year’s Year Six Class were nothing short of amazing!  The following data summary, extracted from the Fischer Family Trust Aspire Extended School Dashboard, shows that the school achieved progress levels for Reading and Mathematics at a scaled score of +4.7. This is significantly above the National Average set at +0.
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School funding cuts – Crisis Meeting

There is a public meeting on 6th December 2018 to address the issues in Stockport created by funding cuts. Mersey Vale Primary School will have £60,155 less annual funding by 2020, an average of -£281 per-pupil. https://schoolcuts.org.uk/schools/?chosenSchool=3562058


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Our Children in Stockport are Worth More – A Day of Positive Action by Stockport Schools Friday 12th October 2018

Stockport Day of Action – Friday 12th October 2018 Stockport is one of the worst funded education authorities in England. Even with the new funding proposals our children receive less money per pupil than many of the local Greater Manchester authorities and we currently sit in the worst half funded of schools in the country having previously been 136th of 150 authorities. On average
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Mersey Vale’s Got Talent

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