Students and staff at Callington Community College have been rewarded for all their hard work, dedication and commitment over the past two years by securing excellent A level and Level 3 results.
Callington Community College Sixth Form welcomed the new intake of students for a two day induction at the end of June, to help them make the transition into Post 16 life. Over 65 students attended, with a number of external students who have made the decision to continue their education by studying level 3 qualifications.
On Friday 28 June the Year 13 students said their final goodbye to the College. After a tremendous amount of work the students put into their exams, they finally celebrated coming to the end of their school life.
Monday 8th July
While the Year 6 children had a day out today, the rest of the school had an outdoor learning day. The children worked together on a project based on 'The Lost Words' by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris. It is a stunning book of art work and poetry with words that have been 'lost' and taken out of dictionary use. They are all nature words, which our children found horrifying. They went on a trail around the school grounds to find words and pictures, wrote group poems and used watercolours to re-create images from the book. It was fantastic to see such team work, respect and co-operation from children across the school. Please click here to see more photos.
KS2 linked their History to Beach School once again this week. The children made Viking longboats in groups in their classroom. Once down at the beach, we talked about Viking burials and how they were sent off with their possessions on longboats and were set alight. They believed that the smoke would speed up their journey to the afterlife. The children practised lighting small fires in teams first, then we set their boats alight! Finally we tested them in the sea to check that they would float. Please click here for more photos.
Wonwell class linked Beach School to our topic about holidays today. The children were tasked with the job of working in a team to make the best and most creative sandcastles they could! They came up with moats, bridges, defence systems, mountains and much more. What a fantastic example of team work, creativity and communication. Please click here to see more photos.
Ivybridge Community College students are celebrating having received another year of superb GCSE results.
Congratulations to our A Level students in another set of superb results and continued success for Ivybridge Sixth Form!
Examinations results day information for GCSE results and Post GCSE Results Sixth Form Admissions information.
Our first ever residential at Dewerstone!
Stowford are very proud of all our Year 6 pupils. Here is a list of pupils who won awards.
Stowford children in Year 2 have enjoyed taking part in a Young Writers Competition earlier this year and the winners were able to see their poems published.
Stowford children, staff, parents and families have just had the privilege of watching an amazing Year 6 production of ‘The Greatest Showman’.
Fundraising in the Sun!!!
The Greatest Show!!!!
32 do well in the rain!
We had an amazing time at the Yealmpton Show yesterday. We enjoyed creating scallop shells with all of the visitors to our stand and sharing information about our wonderful school. We are so proud of winning second place out of all of the trade stands. Thank you to everyone who helped and visited. Here’s to next year!
Chloe in Pine class talked to her class about her bee-keeping.
Gemma Dunn from RSPB revisited our school to lead Pine, Oak, Sycamore and Beech classes in a Bioblitz in the school grounds.