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Treyarnon Beach Clean

Wow! On Saturday 94 children and 56 adults joined in for our Treyarnon Bay Beach Clean. We used our new ‘Surfers Against Sewage’ Ocean Plastic Emergency Kit. Thank you to all who turned up and supported this event- we picked up 15kg of plastics, mainly small pieces and lots of nurdles. Beautiful art work from […]

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Library transformation!

Our library has transformed from an empty cold place, to a magical storytelling woodland. We have created something inspired by the books of Eric Carle. All the animals were made out of recycled books and materials to create a more authentic, realistic look. This library was created with the help of Esme Berrington, Mrs Berrington […]

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A royal visit from Henry VIII

What a buzz there was in school today as we had a visit from Henry VIII himself! As part of their topic work, Starlings, Kestrels and Barn Owls all had a workshop with Henry VIII to kick off their Tudor topic. Pupils were treated to a presentation in role, learning about Henry’s 6 wives as […]

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Super Star Shows!

Wow! What talented young people we have in our school, they have blown us away in their performances this Christmas! First up we had Annie Almost starring Years 2-6. They wowed audiences over 4 evening performances with non-stop singing, dancing and action from penguins to chimney sweeps! Stepping into the spotlight next were our fabulous […]

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Festive fun in the village for Nursery!

Our Chicks and Wrens had a great time this morning decorating the village tree! Thank you to all the parents who helped, Barnecutts for supplying mince pies and the Christmas Lights Committee for inviting Nursery to decorate the tree; a great time was had by all despite the hail shower on the walk home!

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We will remember them

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.

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