Our children have certainly done us proud this week. Our World War 1 learning across the school cumulated in a heart-felt and respectful 2 minutes silence, led by Rev’d Jeremy, with British Legion flags being lowered, and a wreath being placed to focus our thoughts. The meaning behind the ‘Remembrance’ has been at the heart of all our learning this week. Y6 visited to St.Agnes Museum, where stories were put to names, and the realisation that ‘the fallen’ belonged to families and were loved, swept over our children with a feeling of disbelief and respect for their wartime efforts. Thank you to all who contributed towards our poppy themed cake sale, with all funds raised going towards the British Legion. We can’t wait to further our understanding by visiting the cathedral, Truro war memorial… and the much awaited ‘Sergeant Stubby’ at the cinema.
Echoing the post made by Mrs Douce, our Chair of Governors, thank you to all who took the time to complete the Parentview Ofsted survey. It was fantastic to see so much positive feedback. We will share the outcome with you as soon as it is published. Thank you.
Suzannah Teagle, HeadteacherRead More