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Headteacher
Chris Coyle-Chislett

Email the Office
secretary@penpol.cornwall.sch.uk

Telephone Number
01736 753472

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@PenpolSchool

Our Address
2 St George’s Road, Hayle,
Cornwall, TR27 4AH

“Penpol pupils are curious, creative and courageous learners. Our school community believes in authenticity as the foundations of deep-rooted learning. Through our rich and relevant curriculum, we nurture community-minded, forward-facing international citizens of the future.”

Welcome to Penpol School

Welcome to our school. I hope that you enjoy this website as an introduction to our very special learning community.

At Penpol, we know that every child is different. We celebrate this in our engaging creative curriculum, in personalised challenge at each stage of every lesson and in the way that we proudly serve all, with inclusivity at our core.

We embed learning in rich and vibrant contexts, giving real purpose to children’s lessons and making meaningful connections between subject disciplines. Outdoor and active learning is highly valued and we are committed to supporting our children to be outward facing: locally, nationally and internationally.

Children learn best when they are confident, understood and believed in and our pupils know that they are respected by each member of our fantastic staff team. Penpol is a place where pupils explore how best to work alongside others, developing skills and values which allow them to become community-minded citizens of the future.

As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher and our success as a school owes much to our partnership with families. We hope to work closely with you in the years ahead and would love to hear from you if you have any questions or would like to visit us.

The world we are preparing our pupils for never stands still. Exponential technological advances leave the future impossible to predict and the COVID-19 pandemic has provided huge challenges for children and their families. We embrace the need to continually evolve as a school. An ambitious cycle of research, evaluation, planning and development ensures that we remain true to our motto: War-rag War-barth – Forward Together.

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Chris Chislett

Headteacher

What's happening in your Year Group?

NEWS FROM PENPOL SCHOOL:

Penpol Panthers

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Making Magic in Year 4!

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by Jack Emery

The Dragons and the Six Super Stars both come back from Culdrose with Trophies!

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by Jacob Woolcock

Year 4’s Term of Magic Extends to St Michael’s Mount!

posted 3 months ago

by Jack Emery

Recent Letters Home

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2023-2024 Academic Year

Autumn Term: 6th September - 19th December 2023

Half Term: 21st - 29th October
Inset Days: 4th + 5th September, 20th October

Spring Term: 4th January - 28th March 2024

Half Term: 10th - 18th February
Inset Day: 15th January

Summer Term: 15th April - 23rd July 2024

Half Term: 25th May - 2nd June
Inset Days: 24th July

Useful Links

Our Core Priorities for 2023/2024 are Nursery, Science, SEND and Curriculum.

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