At Treloweth we believe that a child's primary education should be a happy and active time and we endeavour to offer a broad and balanced curriculum ensuring that all children reach their full potential. Within the school there is a shared vision for improving pupil life chances and an ethos of high expectations. We want all our children to achieve their very best!
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Karen Brokenshire, Headteacher
We had an amazing response to the poetry challenge - write a poem around the theme
“Dream, Believe, Achieve.”
Thank you and well done to all those who entered.
If you click on the link below you will be taken to see a list of winners and their poems.
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We have been approached by a student at Truro college studying BSc Archaeology. As part of her dissertation she is collecting survey results of how many children are associated with the local tin mining history through a past relative etc. and also how many people believe that the industry history is of importance to their child's learning. Her dissertation is focusing on East Pool Mine and how it compares to other mines such as Geevor and Heartlands. The purpose of her survey is based on the 'sense of place' theory by Hilary Orange.
If you could take five minutes to help her gain a good percentage of responses it would be greatly appreciated.
A link to the survey can be found below: