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The artist Keith Sparrow joined us this week and will continue to work with Year 5 and Year 6 in the coming weeks to create a digital magazine for the school. The children started with their initial ideas today and we are looking forward to seeing how the project develops. Keith has been able to work with us as part of the Creative Kernow initiative and the children thoroughly enjoyed meeting and working with him today.
Well done to all of our Cross Country Runners this season who have shown such determination, stamina and resilience. A special thank you to all of the parents who have supported them along the way - rain or shine. 3 of the cross country runners made it through to the county final which is an incredible achievement. I hope that all who attended the presentation event this week enjoyed it. Your parents and school community are very proud of you.
As one of our pupils demonstrated - if life gives you mud, just pick up your shoe and keep on running!
Congratulations to 8 of our wonderful Year 6 students who sang at the Plymouth Pavilions on the 16th March. Songs included Hope, Try Everything and Don't Stop Me Now which reflected their exuberant energy. It was a fantastic feeling to be part of this live performance after 3 years of being unable to do it in this way. The audience loved it and what a great way to showcase the singing talent we have here at St Cleer! A special thank you to Mr Warwick for preparing the children so well and to the families that encouraged their children to go for it and have fun! We are incredibly proud of you!
...and not just our school but our whole community - be kind at St Cleer!
In a World where kindness is needed increasingly urgently, thank you to your children for sharing thier love of singing and infectious enthusiasm on a sunny Friday!
Learning that our individual contributions are part of a bigger community is so important - thank you year 6 for making your part count!
This year we have been inspired by the theme heroes - on site today we have Sir Thomas Moore, Marie Curie, Superwoman, Harry Potter, doctors, paramedics and many more. Heroes come in all forms and even better when in a book!
The children have also been busy rehearsing the school song which we will share with parents in the playground tomorrow - see you there!
Sometimes we need to take a little more care of ourselves to keep our determination going - what sustains you and your determination to drive forwards?
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
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