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  • 24/05/24

    This week in Willow Class...........

    For Science in Willow class we have been looking at different materials using all our senses, and this week we focused on rubber.  We smelt some rubber based items, checked our own shoes and then played with water balloons. We were waiting for them to fill, watching them get bigger and heavier...
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  • 22/05/24

    Doubletrees 'New Style' Newsletter!

    We have redesigned our school newsletter!  We now include a section for each class, so parents can keep up to date on all of our class learning and events, and we now incorporate our star learners into our 'Core Values - our A,B,C's' so you can follow our achievements thro...
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  • 21/05/24

    This week in Maple class.........

    This week during work related learning, Maple class experienced a range of plants that have specific properties e.g. spiky holly, long grass...  Everyone was amazed by the large purple plant growing in the poly tunnel which had huge soft leaves! We finished off by ensuring all plants had a good...
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  • 21/05/24

    Cornwall 'Space' Holiday Activities

    Services that support disabled young people to access their local community and have fun can make a real difference to them Fun Holiday Activity Days for disabled children and young people Action for Children Cornwall SPACE is a Cornwall Council funded service providing Holiday Activities...
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  • 21/05/24

    NHS 'Chat Health' Cornwall

    A quick and easy way for young people and parents / carers to contact Health Visitors and School Nurses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.  Advice lines Young people 11-19 Young people aged 11-19 poster Text 07312 263 096 Parents / carers of children 0-5 Parents / car...
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  • 21/05/24

    'The Skies We Are Under' - Free Parent Podcast

    The Skies We're Under - A podcast by parents of disabled children for parents of disabled children 'It's completely free, and provides weekly moments of reflection, humour, solace and practical tips. We're currently halfway through our third season so there are...
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  • 20/05/24

    Time 2 Move Holiday Programme

    The Time2Move Holiday Programme will offer fun physical activities, games and wider activities plus a meal for all children.  Activities will be taking place across the Easter, Summer and Christmas holidays. All children aged 5 to 16 are welcome to attend and it is completely funded...
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  • 16/05/24

    Learning 2 Learn Lunchtime Sensory Club

    Our Learning to Learn classes have created a Lunchtime Sensory Club!  This term we are concentrating on all things summer related, different sensory items to feast our senses. Students have been exploring different items you would associate with the summer.
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  • 26/04/24

    Singing Hands Show - 14 & 15.06.2024

    Keay Theatre St Austell
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  • 23/04/24

    Free Wellbeing Resources with Headstart Kernow

    MY BRILLIANT place to be ME! is a wellbeing resource for children in KS2 (8 - 11) in Cornwall. It has been created by Headstart Kernow to be a part of a Whole School approach to wellbeing; complement the Cornwall Belonging Strategy and; as a contribution to the Cornwall Council strategic priority...
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  • 22/04/24

    Doubletrees Forest School

    The learners in Cedar class have enjoyed being outside in their Forest school sessions with our HLTA Lisa, discussing the different creatures they can find and how we can make sure their habitats are kept safe.   We even found a slow worm in the poly tunnel!
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  • 17/04/24

    A Song for Autism Awareness Month

    A learner in our Maple class has recently appeared on the ITV news to promote a song that his Step-Dad and his colleague have collaborated, in support of Autism Awareness Month!  We are so very proud of our learner for helping to raise the profile of Autism in the community.  The...
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