Callington Community College invites you to our annual Community Carol Service at St Mary's Church, Callington on Tuesday 17 December from 7.00 pm.
Students who took examinations in May/June 2019
On Friday 20 September, many young people and adults across the world were involved in raising awareness to try and ensure we start dealing with the climate crisis we are currently living through.
Ever wondered how technology is used within the school to enhance and transform learning? Read on to find out more.
We couldn't go down to the woods for Forest School on Tuesday so we did at school instead! We are so lucky with our amazing School grounds and outdoor space. The children learnt how to use a drill and with adult supervision made a hole in a piece of wood. Then they decorated them to make decorations for their Christmas trees at home. The older children in KS2 made additional holes in the wood to create a more detailed result. We also whittled sticks and toasted bread on the fire. Please click here to see more pictures.
This week Wonwell class took their Science learning outside. Our focus this half term is on sound, which links to our project 'Beat Band Boogie'. The children had to fold a piece of paper into 4 and draw themselves in the middle. They found a space outside and listened carefully. When they heard a sound they had to draw it to show whether it was in front, behind , left or right of them. We linked this learning to points on a compass and compared the sounds we heard with other people. Science in action in the real world! Please click here to see more photos.
Ivybridge Community College Year 8 Student, Maia Phippen, shares her experiences and dreams of becoming an actress, and the news that she has a part in Enid Blyton's classic book series Malory Towers which is currently being adapted into a 13-part drama for CBBC.
On Saturday, 30 November a number of College staff, students from Years 7 to 12, their parents and the Chair of the Governing Board, Mike Saltern, attended the ‘Tree and Wild Bulb’ planting ceremony.
Ivybridge Community College was honoured to be one of a number of schools who supported the fund-raising for the statue of the first woman MP, Nancy Astor.
Our text and email service for parents went 'live' today, please let us know if you did not receive any communication, we may need to update your number and email address if this has changed!
The Stowford Community created a stunning wall of poppies for Remembrance Day, 11.11.2019.
The wall was created from poppies with special dedications in the centre from children, families and staff to remember loved ones.
Stowford School has been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark at 'Gilt' level.
Stowford School celebrate Harvest Festival.
Helping our Peers......
58 boxes of wonderful things....
Please find attached the online safety newsletter for December.
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Open Morning - September 2020 starters
Please find attached the online safety newsletter for October.