Children from school gave up their sunday morning to remember war casualties at St Merryn church at the annual Remembrance service. The children took an active part in the service and all helped to lay crosses on the war graves. Thank you to all who took part and their parents for supporting this village event.
We’re all feeling very proud of Miss Smith who has just graduated with a Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning. She has another year of study ahead to convert this into an Honours Degree. Keep going Miss Smith, we know you’ll do it!
Our special school has been bursting with emotion today, as with heavy hearts we say goodbye to Mrs Cudmore after 9 wonderful years in post as Headteacher. The whole school and many families gathered in the marquee this morning for a special ‘This is Your Life’ farewell assembly. All pupils from Nursery to Year 6 […]
Kestrels and Barn Owls enjoyed a great day out at The Eden Project on Tuesday last week, as part of their topic work on rainforests. Both classes enjoyed an exciting workshop in the tropical biome, exploring the unique ecosystem and how to survive in the jungle, and displayed superb independence and behaviour in the Mediterranean […]
Libby organised a sponsored cycle from Wadebridge to Bodmin for friends of her class and their siblings to raise money for Comic Relief. They raised a massive £355. It took them two hours to cycle 15 miles. We are really so proud of the way they organised themselves and did this out of school!
Well done to all our fantastic runners. Everyone did a brilliant job of making it around the course. Our fastest runners included Luke, Marcus, Ebony and Ellie. All the team were supportive and excellent representatives for our school. Great job!
On Saturday Evie and Florrie got all their old books and toys and sold them outside their farm shop. In two hours they managed to raise nearly £50 for Comic Relief. Well done girls!
We had such an amazing time at the final of The Bake Off at Rick Stein’s Cookery School. We were up against 6 other TLAT schools. Head patisserie chef Stuart Pate demonstrated how to make a victoria sponge and we then had to go and make and decorate our own in the Red Nose theme. […]
We are so very grateful to the Friends of Padstow Christmas Festival who have kindly donated £100 to school and £100 to our nursery. We are going to put the money towards new outdoor learning resources. Thank you to Mrs Sole and Amelia who went to collect the cheque for us.
We had an inspection on Tuesday 21st March. Our report will be available in a few weeks. A huge thank you for all the support you gave us. You can see the results from the parent questions on Parent View. Parent View Thank you!