It is my pleasure and privilege to be the Head of School at such a very happy school. Grampound Road Village Church of England School is a co-educational provision with approximately 103 children on roll. The pupils range in age from 4 -11 years. We also provide a nursery provision for pupils from 3 years old. Our pupils are well-behaved. They work hard, and try their best to thoroughly enjoy their learning experience. They are, quite simply a pleasure to teach.
Our committed staff make learning exciting and interesting, whilst embedding our Christian ethos. We provide a stimulating curriculum with organised visits and visitors linked to learning. There are plenty of opportunities to develop personal interests through the many sports and after school clubs. These range from cooking to running club.
There is a very real sense of community within our school. We are a family school, which is part of the Celtic Cross Education. Together, we are part of a larger Christian community, and through charitable work our dedicated teachers and teaching assistants endorse humility and thankfulness.
All that we do at Grampound Road Primary School is underpinned by our Christian foundation. We are a Church of England Primary School, and believe each pupil to be special and unique. They will grow in the love of God, through the quality of relationships our children experience whilst at Grampound Road Primary School. The nurture, care, guidance, support and encouragement they are given enables them to leave us confident individuals, ready to embrace the next phase of their education.
I am very proud of all the achievements of our pupils, both academically and personally.
‘Together with love we can inspire, discover and thrive.’
Our school and trust values are: Compassion, wisdom, forgiveness, perseverance, trust and respect
Head of School
Exploring the caves of Great Western Beach!
5:35pm - 5th June, 2019
Our final trip to the beach for some ice lollies and exploring, before heading back to school.
1:57pm - 5th June, 2019
We got to explore the amazing creatures at Newquay Aquarium today! Check out the awesome octopus!
1:55pm - 5th June, 2019
The children had a very interesting shark workshop with Lara this morning at Newquay Aquarium.
1:54pm - 5th June, 2019
And the sunshine has finally joined us in Newquay. The campers are enjoying the waves before a delicious beach BBQ!
5:08pm - 4th June, 2019
We are braving the weather today ready for a surfing session!
11:55am - 4th June, 2019
Our Happy Campers have been honing their surfing skills this morning with @nqysurfinschool (The rain hasn't stop us catching some waves!)
11:54am - 4th June, 2019
Searching through a section of sand, sorting the natural objects from the man made. We found cigarette butts (made from micro plastics), plastic wrappers and even a sock (made from plastic fibers).
6:39am - 4th June, 2019
Getting ready for a body board session!
6:37am - 4th June, 2019
Our Happy Campers met Don from Surfers Against Sewage yesterday, who taught us all about looking after our oceans.
6:35am - 4th June, 2019
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