Bart Gee did a KS1 assembly and then a Year 1 workshop today to promote the idea that disability is possibility. He shared his experiences of living with a disability while learning to play the piano, drive and many other things we might take for granted. He listened to and answered the children's questions really thoughtfully - thank you Bart!
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It was fantastic to be able to celebrate Harvest in St Cleer church - it has been so long since we were able to come together in this way. The children and parents really enjoyed sharing ideas about kindness, beginnings and sharing the gifts that we have with each other.
Well done to our Student Leaders and Anti-bullying Ambassadors who were brave enough to share their own thoughts, ideas and even a rap!
We are very proud of you all!
Thank you to Year 4, Year 5 and Mr Warwick for sharing their singing talents with us. It has brightened up the hallways and my Friday afternoons to hear you rehearsing for this performance together.
Some beautiful and brave solos! Bravo Year 4, Year 5 and Mr Warwick!
The Finn Collinson Band came to join Year 3 and then Year 4/5 this morning to share an immersive folk music experience. This enrichment opportunity was very much enjoyed and in particular this song, which reflects some of the Cornish experience through folk music.
I was so proud of our children, our staff and our community who spread the message we are all different, we are all unique on Friday 18th June.
Thank you so much for supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and our children at St Cleer - raising £500!
There is real strength when we come together!
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Well done to year 6 who have finished off the half term in style with some fundraising fun for their end of year celebrations!
We were wowed by your talents and I have a wonderful piece of bespoke art to hang in my office!
We really are so proud of you all!
I look forward to a future filled with gigs, performances and queueing for tickets to see these talented young people perform!
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School Inset 1st November - school closed to children for staff training. All children to return after half term on 2nd November.
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