It’s really great to see the Community Shop in Lanlivery thriving at Churchtown. A wonderful local initiative which we are proud to support.
The building is shut off now as the builders start to model the new inside layout. We’re so used to being able to pop in and have a look around that it seems strange – but it’s exciting, too!
This weekend we had a lot of visitors to the Churchtown site and we were very grateful for all the help we received. During the morning the children began to learn just what a wonderful environment it is for children!
At Churchtown there are many wonderful spaces, some large and exciting for learning in, others, like this exciting space, which are made for contemplation. Next week we have to leave for a while, whilst the serious building work takes place. Next time we visit it’s going to look really different!
We were delighted to have the support of so many families as we cleared Churchtown over the last couple of weekends.
Great progress has been made – and we also unearthed some surprising finds!
We’re very excited to be starting the renovations to the Churchtown site. Ben and Lily came with us when the press came to Churchtown and were able to look forward to moving to Churchtown in September 2018. Plenty to achieve but a wonderful opportunity.
We are delighted to have been listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Prep Schools listing. See the news story at http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/pars-roselyon-preparatory-school-features-837537#ICID=sharebar_facebook
Congratulations to all our children and teachers.
We are very proud to announce that Matthew Gale, our fencing coach and mathematics teacher, has received the ‘Coach of the Year’ award at the Cornwall Sports Awards. This is a well-deserved recognition of the time and energy he spends on training and encouraging all the children. Congratulations, Matthew!
Red Class are preparing to plant their seeds and have been learning to use serious tools. Drilling down into the subject?
We love walking to our local Church to lead the Friday morning Harvest celebrations. The children spoke and sang brilliantly.