At St Teath, we have the most awesome discos, led by DJ Procter.
Let it snow... let it snow...
Oh yes we did...
For a Christmas treat, the whole school watched a pantomime of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
That's the way to do it...
We were so lucky to have the marvellous Professor Goodvibes in to teach us about puppets and give us an amazing Punch and Judy show.
Oak class had a marvellous residential in London. They visited the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Houses of Parliament, went on the London Eye, watched Matilda and even went to Number 10!
King Charles's Coronation
To celebrate the King's Coronation, we came to school dressed in our finery. We had a competition to see who could create the best crown which was judged by some very special visitors...
To end the day, we had a marvellous feast and sang some coronation songs. Wonderous fun was had!
St Piran's Day
To celebrate St Piran's Day, we all dressed in the Cornish colours of black white and gold. As well as different Cornish themed activities, Mr Howard taught us some Cornish in assembly. After a traditional pasty and scone lunch, we ended the day with a whole school North Cornwall Furry dance. Hurrah!
World Book Day
We had lots of fun celebrating World Book Day. The whole school dressed up and came together to share some of their favourite books.
Father Christmas came to visit each class and brought everyone a present. What joy!
All classes had a marvellous time having snowball fights in the hall as an end of term treat.
Children in Need
Everyone dressed up in spotty outfits and Pudsey colours! We learnt about the importance of Children in Need. We had fun putting pennies on Pudsey and Blush. The cake stall was a big success. A big thank you to everyone for your kind donations.
The whole school enjoyed working with Daya, a local Sikh lady. Daya taught Elm Class and Willow Class about Hinduism. Sycamore Class learnt about Sikhism and Oak Class learnt about Islam. We all dressed up, danced, prepared food and ate. Lots of fun was had and learning was done by all.
Flower Tent Exhibits at the Royal Cornwall Show
We had great success with our exhibits for the Flower Tent at the Royal Cornwall Show. Elm class came 1st in the wheelbarrow category, Millie came 4th for her beautiful clay flower and some Commonwealth flags by Sycamore came 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the bunting category. Well done, everyone!
Whole School Jubilee Party
What a fabulous party we had, celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Both children and staff looked amazing in their smart outfits and a marvellous feast was enjoyed by all. The school looked wonderful, festooned in flags, bunting and some decorations made by the children at art club. We were lucky enough to have a visit from 'Her Majesty'...
Crazy Hair and Hats Day!
The whole school looked amazing with their crazy hair and wonderful array of hats, in order to raise money for the PTA. Well done everyone!
Ooh la la! The whole school looked 'magnifique' in their blue, white and red outfits and enjoyed a day of French-themed activities.
World Book Day
What fun we had on World Book Day! Children and adults dressed up as characters from stories and everyone looked fabulous! We listened to stories and each class studied an author. The children got together with their Book Buddies and did a hunt around the school for book characters.
St Piran's Day
We had lots of fun celebrating St Piran's Day. The whole school wore Cornish colours and learnt about different aspects of Cornwall in class. We started the day with singing 'Cornwall My Home' and ended it with dancing the 'North Cornwall Furry Dance'.
STEM - Aerodynamics
Key Stage 2 enjoyed learning about Aerodynamics with Sergeant Gilly. They designed and created their own paper aeroplanes and experimented with features and accessories to increase flying distance.
Key Stage 2 learnt all about coding, through creating marvellous machines and structures from Lego.
We took the whole school on a trip to the Hall for Cornwall, to see Cinderella. Key Stage 2 then put on a pantomime of their own!
The whole school enjoyed learning circus skills with Steve. Key Stage 2 also had more sessions with Steve, as part of a well-being initiative.