Fourlanesend will open for the first week after half term (week beginning 1st June) just to the children of key workers, please inform me if you require this childcare. During this week, the staff team will together write the necessary risk assessments and procedures based on the most up to date government guidelines. These will be submitted to county to be checked. Once we have these in place we will share with you our detailed plans for opening to Y6, Y1 and FS. Please do not send in your child until you have heard from us as we will not be able to admit them.
Please see the Home Learning tab for links to online resources.
URGENT Here is the link to the list of key workers. Please contact the school by lunchtime if you fall into these categories so that we can organise staff cover.
Please watch our end of term film which celebrates how the children are connected to each other in answer to our question 'How far and wide are we connected'. They have had a really interesting term exploring connections, for example: connecting body shapes to form art; connecting our countryside to sculpture; how we are connected to our ancestors in the Stone age; how our area is connected to America; how we are connected through our features and how music can connect all us through our end of term shows.
For Children in Need 2019 we all wore sports clothes to school and took part in a Joe Wick's work out. We also made a coin trail on the playground which measured 1.2km and held a Bring and Buy Sale in the afternoon. We have raised over £364.99
For our stand on single use Comic Relief Red Noses we were the Regional Champions of the Better Energy Schools Awards in the 'Totally Clued Up' catergory. We won £1000 and our school council had an all expense paid trip to London Zoo to receive the award. Yes, that is Dermot O'Leary in the picture with us and other celebrities we met.
We are making a stand against plastic red noses!
Join us raising money in a more sustainable way.
Go to the ‘News’ section to see our letters, photos and videos.
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A very warm welcome from all the pupils and staff at Fourlanesend Primary School. We are a small rural primary school located in a beautiful corner of South East Cornwall.
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Fourlanesend Community Primary School
Summer 2020 Assembly 2
This week's assembly question is: Are video games the next best thing to our real lives?
Please look through the powerpoint below and discuss.
Our Summer 2019 topic question was 'How do we express ourselves?' We ended our topic by holding our Fourlanesend Festival. Unfortunately, the weather was bad so it was held in the hall. One of our parents arranged stage lighting, the impact was spectacular! This was also professionally filmed by a parent and we are currently awaiting the edited film to post here. Watch this space.
Our Spring term topic was 'how does the weather affect us?' At the end of term, we invited parents to our museum to show them everything we had been learning about.
In the Autumn term we answered the question ‘Why do we need rules?’
Our Summer term topic was ‘Do we need plastic?’
Watch out video to find out what we discovered.
Our Spring term topic was ‘What could I be?’. Aspiration and Inspiration. Challenging stereotypes.
Watch the video of what we’ve been upto:
Our topic for the Spring Term is ‘What could I be?’
This is the video of the outcome of our 'Arts' week.
Our Autumn term topic is 'What does Kernow mean to me?'
This topic will allow us to celebrate and focus on Cornwall.