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Treloweth School

At Treloweth, we have been incredibly enthusiastic about supporting ‘Go Cornish’ in trying to revive the Cornish language in primary schools.

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Portreath School

Oak Class created their own films linked to their work on Anglo Saxons. They then had an award ceremony (The Oakscars!) After walking down the red carpet, they premiered their films and received awards. Writing scripts for the films was a wonderful tool to motivate the children with their writing.   The films showed the models […]

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Pennoweth School

The hoodies are now part of their PE uniform and the children absolutely love wearing them. They feature the slogan ‘In This Together’ along with our logo and #TeamPennoweth.

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Weeth School

This half term, pupils from years 3 and 5 at Weeth school went out into the community with Coastline to plant bulbs.

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Illogan School

For our World Book Day, we have used Peter H. Reynolds book of ‘The Word Collector’ as our theme.

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Rosemellin School

📚 School Librarians  📚

Please welcome our new Rosemellin School Librarians.Their roles include: keeping our amazing library well organised, being ambassadors for reading across the school and (as we move back towards more normal times) taking the lead in the lending and borrowing of books by our children.

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Roskear School

Staff at Roskear, all received Talk for Writing training from Maria Richards, T4W consultant for the South West.

This half term, staff across the school have been following the T4W framework to plan and deliver the teaching of writing. It has been wonderful to see the engagement of both staff and children in this process –

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Pencoys School

This half term we had the wonderful opportunity to shine a light on children’s mental health.

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Pencoys School

Year 4 enjoyed starting their learning about the Mayans. They made Maya hot chocolate, headdresses and played the ancient ball game Pok-aTok. Year 1 had a super time in their learning launch. Dinosaurs had been frozen in ice and caused much excitement. They used charts to identify them and drew sketches of their dinosaurs.

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