Cornish theme

Cornish theme

Since June the pupils at Illogan have all had a Cornish theme to their learning ranging from a seaside study to Richard Trevithick, Cornish saints, the Packet Ships and tin mining. This learning has included learning traditional Cornish tales in English and writing their own version and a food technology focus in DT.On Wednesday 14th July the whole school joined together to celebrate their learning – initially on screen and then in real life on the field where a hearty rendition of Trelawney was sung before tucking into a pasty picnic.To have the opportunity to celebrate our learning together and…
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One Hundred and Eleven before Eleven

One Hundred and Eleven before Eleven

To encourage children to read for pleasure at Pennoweth, we have created a list (with the help of The Book Trust) of some of the best picture and story books that there are, and we are very keen that all Pennoweth children enjoy reading them as much as we did! We have challenged the children to read all 111 books before they leave Pennoweth School aged 11 (‘One Hundred and Eleven before Eleven’). To keep a record of all the books the children have read from the list, each child has received a 111b411 passport. When they have read a…
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School Council

School Council

Well done to the Rosemellin school council and Emma Jones.  It was a challenging year for the school council, meetings were undertaken virtually with agendas and meeting notes sent out via their Class Dojo group for the first time. Despite these challenges they have had a great year, supporting the children through the difficulties of the Covid pandemic, raising £220 for the Coastline homeless charity, winning the CAPH “Think Big” competition and earning the Bronze Learner Participation award, being just a few of the highlights.
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Maria Kerslake

Maria Kerslake

Congratulations to Maria Kerslake who has just qualified as a TIS practitioner at Portreath School.  This means that as well as all staff being trained in TIS, the school now has 3 fully qualified practitioners.  She has completed 10 days of training over the last 6 months online.  Then to pass the course she had to give a presentation on her learning and the actions she has taken as a result.   She was inspired to create a new special private place for children to have 1 to 1 sessions in.  She created ‘The Glade’ which children use when they…
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School Corridors to Become an Art Gallery

School Corridors to Become an Art Gallery

School Corridors to Become an Art Gallery After sending out requests for donations and loans of pieces of art, Portreath School have received an array of stunning artwork by local artists.  Some of these have already been put on display in the corridors and the rest will added in the coming weeks. The school is keen to expose the children to a range of art to inspire them with their own artwork.  Children’s artwork is often put on display and the school thought that this could be extended further with art from the local area.  Please contact the school if…
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