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
As historians in 3/4, we have been sequencing the achievements and influences of the Ancient Greeks! The children enjoyed researching their interesting lives and ordering the events in chronological order on a timeline. Take a look below. :)
This week in Reception we completed out Superhero Training Day to celebrate the end of our topic Heroes and Villains. The children took part in a variety of challenges to earn their Superhero certificates. Well done everyone!
As geographers in 3/4 this week, the children went on a field trip to visit the river at Kresen Kernow. They investigated which part of the river flows the fastest and discussed the source, tributaries and mouth of the river. They applied their geographical knowledge brilliantly!
As scientists in 3/4 this week, the children observed, drew and labelled the similarities and differences between aquatic and non-aquatic plants! They noted differences in the stem and leaves in particular. Have a look below. :)
As geographers and as part of our 'Flow' project in 3/4, the children carried out some research into some famous rivers. They located them in an atlas, looking at the country, continent, latitude and longitude. They then created some fantastic fact files. Take a look below! :)
This week,in year 5/6 we have been incredibly lucky to look through some WWII military artefacts loaned to us through @BodminKeep. The children loved comparing military equipment in WWII to equipment in the modern day! #TeamPennoweth
This morning, the children listened to the local Cornish Celtic group, ‘Davey and Dyer’. We heard a number of their songs (and instruments) and even joined in in Cornish for one of them! All the children enjoyed clapping along to the beat and listening to a new genre of music. :)
As scientists and historians, year 3/4 had a fantastic time visiting Heartlands yesterday where they enjoyed exploring the museum and learning about the Cornish astronomer, Dunkin. We'd like to give a special thanks to our parent helpers and Cornish Metals Ltd. for sponsoring us.
As part of our music-based 'Beat Band Boogie' project, in KS1 this week, we have been learning about different types of percussion instruments. We used the instruments to help us to change the volume, pitch and tempo of 'Hot Cross Buns'.
Twitter - History As scientists in 3/4, we have been learning about plants and their requirements for life. The children formed predictions and shared their knowledge. This week, our seeds have begun to germinate, and we were able to determine the accuracy of our predictions.
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