As schools we work with a range of charities to support and advocate for others and the environment. In this way our pupils develop their sense of responsibility and take on their own projects with causes that are important to them. In this way they reflect our Bring It! vision more widely.

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”- Mahatma Gandhi


International Charity - Autumn 1

Royal British Legion

National Charity  - Autumn 2

International Rescue Committee 

International Charity - Spring 1

Cornwall Wildlife Trust 

Local Charity  - Spring 2


National Charity - Summer 1

Cornwall Air Ambulance 

Local Charity  - Summer 2

“Speak up for people who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless” Proverbs 31:8


At St Petroc’s CE Primary School, we are courageous advocates for the common good, locally in Bodmin and Cornwall, nationally and globally. We recognise that life can be challenging and that we need to work together to overcome them.

We ensure that there are opportunities to discuss current world issues, to challenge injustice and to engage in activities that can bring about change are always present. Examples include:

To ensure that we and our community care, share and grow together we have been and are supportive of a range of charities in our local area, nationally and globally. Some of these include:


This is how the school encourages its pupils to think globally, as appropriate to context, exploring the companion links that exist between the local diocese/world Church and schools internationally.


Pupils are articulate advocates of change, challenging injustice and inequality. They have regular opportunities to engage in social action projects which pupils themselves have identified to address issues of disadvantage, deprivation and the exploitation of the natural world.

Litter survey for action project 

Sponsored haircut for Little Princess Trust