Our 'Bring It!' vision requires us to ensure our pupils are excited by and fully engaged in their learning and school experience more widely. We support them to use their talents to create positive school memories with their friends that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.
Our aim is to inspire a lifetime of adventure.
As a Church of England School, we support its vision for education which is deeply Christian, with Jesus' promise of 'life in all its fullness' at its heart.
Safeguarding pupils is our first priority. All our employees and volunteers are vetted and trained to ensure our children are kept safe. Adults and pupils are vigilant and know how to report and record any concerns they may have to senior leaders responsible for safeguarding.
A master gives three servants different amounts of talents and asks them to use them wisely before he goes off travelling. Some use them well and double their original amount. One buries his only talent, thinking he's keeping it safe and doing the right thing - but the master is angry as he's done nothing with it and passed up the chance of making it grow.
We know we are successful in our vision as our pupils are;
happy and confident
eager to learn
extending their learning at home
coming to school and sharing their ideas
working together with their friends
achieving high standards
advocates for our vision extending it to the wider community in Cornwall, England and overseas