Pennoweth School is part of the Crofty Multi Academy Trust and located at the heart of the community.
If you need to get in touch, please contact the school office or use one of the email addresses below:
For Nursery and Reception: EYFS@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 1 and 2: KS1@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 3 and 4: LowerKS2@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
For Years 5 and 6: UpperKS2@pennoweth.cornwall.sch.uk
This week, in phonics the children in 1/ 2 are continuing to develop their reading skills. Special friends, Fred Talk, Read the word.
This week as part of out 'Street Detective' project the children in 1/2 went to Geever Tin Mine. The children enjoyed exploring 'The Dry', walking through the Mine, sieving for treasure and learning about what life was like for the miners.
This week in 3/4, the children drafted, edited and wrote up the final copy of their fantastic, adventure narratives. They all worked really hard to include the relevant features and demonstrated their creative and imaginative skills. Here are two brilliant examples. Well done! :)
As part of our 'Tribal Tales' history project, 3/4 have been learning how past civilisations and lives of people in Britain have developed during the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. They have also created timelines in chronological order from the Stone Age to present day.
As a part of our music learning in 3/4, we learned how to play along to the Native American lullaby, 'Ho, Ho Watanay' using xylophones and shakers. The children did a fantastic job by carefully listening to the pulse and melody. :)
So lovely to see children in our new #TeamPennoweth hoodies at school today! Remember, we are in this together!
This morning, the children in year 3/4 each made a Christingle and discussed what each part of the Christingle represents. They then partook in an online Christingle service with our local Church where they learned why a Christingle service and advent is important to Christians.
Today in DT the 1/2s have been using a design criteria to design their own Tudor house linked to our ‘Bright, Light, Big City’ topic.
This week, the 3/4s walked into Redruth as part of their project. They located the school on a map, decided their route and then identified human and physical features, comparing them to Jackson, California. They all behaved amazingly and were a credit to the school. Well done!:)
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