Developing academic and life skills, fulfilling each child’s potential by encouraging and expecting excellence.
St Cleer Primary Academy aims to provide an inspirational, exciting education which gives every child equal opportunity and access to a broad, balanced and creative curriculum.
The school aims to achieve the highest standards possible and to develop:
•Qualities of spirit, feeling and imagination, and a sense of beauty;
•The ability to work hard and to succeed at tasks, to work independently and with other people, encouraging an appreciation of human endeavour;
•Positive relationships and an awareness of, and a sensitivity to, the needs of others;
•Self-esteem and self-confidence both in school and the wider community;
•A thirst for knowledge, open mindedness and individual talent within a broad curriculum;
•A reasoned set of personal attitudes, values and beliefs and a respect for the religious and moral values of others.
We will endeavour:
•To bring the world to our children which will in turn prepare them to go into the world
•To provide exciting and stimulating experiences which will inspire an ethos of enquiry and creativity.
Childrens University Present National Awards to St Cleer School Pupils
St Cleer Primary School belongs to the Children’s University, a national project which recognises the achievements of young people who take part in learning activities in their free time.
Lisa Neville, Manager of Children's University in Cornwall, visited the school to present the children with Awards. She said,
I was very pleased to be invited to St Cleer Primary School to present the children with their awards. They have taken part in 65 and 100 hours of extra learning activities which shows real commitment. They told me how much they enjoy taking part in Children's University and how they enjoy using their learning passports to record all that they do. The 'graduates' dressed in the official Children's University caps and gowns to receive their certificates, adding to the sense of occasion. Their parents and family members were invited in to share the celebration during the whole school assembly.
Lisa Neville added,
By being part of Childrens University, St Cleer Primary School is demonstrating that they value all the learning that their pupils are involved in. Children's University helps to reward and recognise the extra learning they do - at school and in the community.
The scheme is open to all children aged 5-14 years through validated schools and community clubs. Children can then attend a range of activities and other approved venues such as museums, libraries and visitor attractions, to collect stamps in a Children's University 'Passport'. It is designed to encourage children to take an interest in what is on offer in their community and to seek out new opportunities to learn outside of school. The aim is to raise aspirations and strong links with the local universities opens up the possibility of one day attending university.
Catherine Stoate, Headteacher at St Cleer Primary School, spoke to the whole school during the presentation about 'aspiration' and offered encouragement to the children to work hard at school, continue to take part in other learning opportunities and eventually they could attend a real university one day. She said,
We work hard at St Cleer School to enable each and every child to realise their amazing potential. Extra-curricular activities are so important for childrens self-esteem and the development of interests and aspirations for their lives ahead. The Childrens University helps the children to see that -the world is their oyster.
The Childrens University has been a great success at St Cleer School, encouraging the children to take part in so many after school activities. It has raised the aspirations of our children; those participating in the Childrens University are all inspired to apply to grown-up universities later on in their careers.
Oli Jones is an Advanced Skills Teacher for P.E. He has taught across many schools in the South East of Cornwall. Oli's passion is running and regularly competes in marathons, ultra marathons (over 26 miles), and triathlons. This year he competed in the London Marathon for the 12th time in a personal best of 2hrs and 49 minutes.
Oli will be teaching the children every Monday, introducing more sport to the school and he runs an after school Sports Club every Monday afternoon.
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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.
From June 2nd 2020, St Cleer Primary is open only for children of key workers, vulnerable groups and Year 6 children. We will update parents and carers regularly as the situation changes.
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