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
Well done to all of our year 3s, 4s, 5s and 6s who competed in the 'England Rocks' times table rock stars competition last week! They earned a fantastic number of points! :) @TTRockStars #teampennoweth
Year 3/4 thoroughly enjoyed their trip to King Edward Mine before half term which was kindly sponsored by @CornishMetals. They visited the mill, boiler house and museum and completed a quiz about the mine -gathering information through pictures, models and artefacts. Take a look!
Year 5/6 were so lucky to have Mohammad from the Cornwall Islamic Centre visit us today! We spent the morning showcasing everything that we have learnt about Islam from the last 7 weeks - we are so impressed with the knowledge that everyone has gained!
It was wonderful on Wednesday to take our tribal winners from 2022 to their tribal garden for the day - Heligan! We had a wonderful day and children from Reception to Year 6 enjoyed themselves. Well done Heligan! #TeamPennoweth @HeliganGardens
In year 3/4, as a part of our 'Predator' project, we enjoyed some (live!) visitors from the Screech Owl Sanctuary. We discussed and compared the diet of the owls and pole cat and even watched Gary dissect an owl pellet! Take a look below. :)
In year 3/4, as part of our 'Urban Pioneers' project, we were lucky enough to have an urban art workshop led by Tina from the Redruth Street Art Project. All the children came up with their own graffiti name and created their own tags. What a fantastic end to our project! :)
This week, as part of our 'Urban Pioneers' project, years 3/4 walked into town to look at the street art. We were lucky enough to meet Tina from the Redruth Street Art project to talk to us about the art and the artists. We enjoyed talking about the art and our favourite pieces!
Our amazing Nursery is having an open day for new parents. Come along on Saturday 16th at 10:00 and have a look and meet the team.
Year 3/4 enjoyed their Hinduism workshop from Daya last week! They first looked at a puja tray and how Hindu’s use this for worship and prayer. Daya then wrote all of the children’s name in Hindi, and they drew around their hands and created a Rangoli pattern. Take a look. :)
Year 3/4 had a brilliant time visiting the Minack Theatre this week where they enjoyed watching the performance, Calvino Nights. We are so proud of the children's resilient and positive attitude (considering the weather) and for embracing the day! :)
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