Learning Zone

Why not take a look at some of these websites to support your child's learning?

Espresso Education...

In school we use this fantastic online education resource produced by Discovery Education. To access this from home you need to use the following link, Espresso. Login details can be obtained from the school office.

Little Extras...

  • Our current Assembly themes include Our Homes, Our Mothers, Lent, Hope, and Easter. Perhaps you'd like to explore these further at home.
  • Our current PSHE themes this term include self-esteem, relationships, decision-making and team work. Perhaps you'd like to explore these further at home too.
  • Our current food spellings are parsley, thyme, flour, and kale.

lentHalley's comet was discovered on 13th March 1758
lentWorld Water Day is 22nd March in 2018
lentCelebrate Cornwall day on 5th March!

  • Find out what makes the tail of a comet.
  • World Water Day's theme for 2018 is Nature for Water. Find out about 2 of the projects this is supporting in the world.
  • Which Saint's flag is used to represent Cornwall? Which country did he originate from?

Raising Achievement - How you can help at home...

  • Even in the digital age we believe handwriting remains an important skill and key tool in communicating ideas and knowledge. We always focus on good presentation of work to reflect this and to encourage our pupils to take pride in all that they do.
  • We believe that reading is not only a key skill but that it should also be a source of joy, inspiration and knowledge. Children should be reading for pleasure, ideally across a range of genres and should develop reading stamina by regularly reading books of longer length which may be more challengeing.
  • These sentiments are reflected in the findings of Ofsted's recent surveys of schools with successful reading outcomes.

On This Day...

We have created our own "On this Day" Calendar using famous people's birthdays as well as key dates from History. Click below to see what happened on your birthday and then go and research it! If you would like to contribute an entry please speak to Mrs Hurrell.