Book Creator

March 2024

by Aspire / St Keverne


Newsletter - March 2024
Thank you and a very Happy Easter
Dear Parents

Many thanks for another exciting and fun-packed term. Please use the holiday time to rest up and have quality family time. We will look forward to seeing you all again after the Easter break on Monday 15th April.

Lisa Woodhouse - Head of School

Stars of the Week

Carleon - Kaya for her enthusiasm for writing
Godrevy - Charlie for great improvement in independent writing
Leggan - Lauryn for working very hard in maths
Diary Dates
28th - Last day of the Spring Term
6th FOSKS Bingo
8th - DT Coaching Easter sports club (must be pre-booked) 9.00-3.00
15th - First day of Summer Term
18th - Change of school dinner menu, please book on ParentPay
Leggan class sailing/watersports. later arrival back to school approx 4.00pm
6th - Bank holiday school closed
Week beginning 13th May SATS week
27th-31st May - Half term holiday

For more dates cllick on the link below
Carleon Class
Spring term in Carleon Class

What a busy half term it has been. We have been out and
about to enrich our History work on Henry Trengrouse. We went to the Maritime Museum first to get some real hands-on practical experiences; it was a fantastic day. This was followed with a trip to Helston where we were able to see some artefacts and the house that Henry Trengrouse lived in. Our learning did not end there though. We are still building, creating and writing things about this important historical figure whenever we get the chance.

Godrevy Class
This has been another busy term, for Godrevy class. In science, we have learnt about forces and magnets, developing our scientific skills including recording data. In history, we have been learning about the Vikings and why they raided Britain. We have been busy designing and creating signs to label the various sections of our school wildlife garden and designing and building bird boxes for the school grounds. We have visited CAST for our Adventurous Rhododendron workshop where we were immersed in the hills of the Himalayas as plant hunters and had a visit from The Minack Theatre, where we immersed ourselves into a drama workshop.