Letters from the Headteacher

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  • Update - 30 April 2021

    30th April 2021
    This week all students have begun work in tutor times on the theme of peer on peer abuse, as I mentioned in last week’s newsletter. We will be addressing this issue several times over the next few weeks. Today many students will have watched a video and discussed this in their registration time. Some of the focus will take place in Character Education lessons as well as in tutor times for this half term.

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  • Update - 23 April 2021

    23rd April 2021
    During the dry and settled weather this week, following the Easter holiday, students have clearly enjoyed being back in school and spending break times outside meeting with their friends.

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  • Update - 1 April 2021

    1st April 2021
    It has only been 4 weeks since children have been back in school, but it has certainly been a busy time! Mass testing of students has come and gone (thank goodness!), face masks are being worn and we are enjoying being back. We have been blessed with good weather recently and it has been great to see students enjoy being outside together and each other’s company.

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  • Update - 26 March 2021, Dr Fox

    26th March 2021
    Over the last two days we have undergone a robust and thorough recruitment process for a permanent headteacher of Falmouth School. The Trust Board and I are very pleased to announce that as of 1 September 2021 Mrs Brenda De Sousa will start at Falmouth School as Headteacher.

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  • Update - 19 March 2021, Mr Wallis

    19th March 2021
    The return to school from lockdown has been a great relief for everyone and it’s been heartening to see the school full of smiling students again. We’ve had a very busy first two weeks back with all students needing to take their three tests alongside the full return to lessons and by Thursday, our amazing testing team had managed to complete the task.

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  • Update - 12 March 2021

    12th March 2021
    It has been great to see students back in school this week. We have had very high attendance rates with over 90% giving consent to Covid testing. I am pleased to be able to let you know that in the first round of tests we have had no positive tests at all. We have now started on the next round of tests for students

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  • Update - 5 March 2021

    5th March 2021
    Happy St Piran’s Day! I am sure you know the legend that St Piran rolled a millstone off a cliff in Ireland and floated on it across to Cornwall. I am sure he was happy to arrive in the county, as we are to be welcoming students back from Monday!

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  • Update - 26 February 2021

    26th February 2021
    A lot of information has been sent out by the government in the past week that affects schools as well as students in examination years. We look forward to having children back in school and we want to make their return to school as positive as possible.

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  • Update - 12 February 2021

    12th February 2021
    I would like to echo the words of Chris Challis, CEO of TRMAT, in thanking all of you for the support you have given to our students this half term. Remote learning is not easy for anyone and we all are looking forward to being back in school. I am sure that very many of us will be watching the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22 February when the roadmap forward is to be explained, to hear when students can be back in school safely.

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  • Update - 5 February 2021

    5th February 2021
    It is great to hear that the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine is moving ahead so successfully. This means that the possibility that children may be able to return to school from 8 March is looking more likely. We still have not heard how this will happen, whether it will be certain year groups first, or on a rota

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