SCHOOL CLOSED FROM MONDAY 23RD MARCH 2020, except for children of key workers.

If you are a key worker and need your child to attend school please email secretary@st-neot.cornwall.sch.uk at least 24 hours in advance, thank you.

Good Morning to you all,

I would like to say a huge thank you to you all for your support and understanding through this very difficult time. As you are aware the school is now closed, except for looking after the children of keyworkers and vulnerable children.

The government advice changes on a daily basis, we will endeavour to keep you updated through the website.  On a Friday the information previously posted on the home page will be moved to the tab headed ‘Covid19’. The up-to-date information will then be displayed on the front page. From Friday 10th April 2020, activities will be posted weekly for each class under the heading ‘Home Learning’. I hope you are enjoying this week’s activities. Please let us know how you are getting on with a short note that you don’t mind us posting on the website, to secretary@st-neot.cornwall.sch.  For any queries with activities enquire at info@st-neot.cornwall.sch.uk.

Walking to school this morning I could hear the birds singing, saw a squirrel scurrying across the moors and the cows happily chewing the grass. Then to my delight I saw a rainbow picture in the Saunders window, a note and picture from Harry and also one from Seb on the notice board outside school wishing everyone well, this really did make me smile, thank you. 

Keep safe and take care,

Sam Bowden

 

There is now a link on the Home Learning tab to online resources. 

Parents please ensure you check these websites under the guidance from the NSPCC.

These are for parents use.

None of these websites are endorsed by St Neot School.

 

 The latest DfE Coronavirus guidance and information

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

 

For information and queries about home learning please email

info@st-neot.cornwall.sch.uk

For all other queries please email

secretary@st-neot.cornwall.sch.uk

 

A link to NSPCC online safety advice

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

 

Handy website Devon and Cornwall Police – General FAQ

https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/covid-19-coronavirus/covid-19-faqs

 

Action for Children

Action for Children online digital support for parents is up and running for parents of 0-19 year olds. (previously was under 5s) Parents can speak either online or via phone about anything really from finances to behaviour to worry and anxiety.

https://talk.actionforchildren.org.uk/   

 

MARCH'S WINNING 100 CLUB NUMBER IS 40.

 

Message from St Neot Church

Dear all,

 We pray that you are well and safe with support around you at these times.

 A moment of calm

 A little before 6.00pm each day, consider accessing our church website and using the video on our front page to take a moment to be still.

 On the website you find a short video which includes the Church clock striking 6.00pm followed by familiar images and a prayer for you to share.

 You can find this on the St Neot Church Website from Sunday:

 http://www.saintneot.church/index.php

 

 

 

We have a long history-the school began in the 1870s and the new school was opened by HRH the Princess Royal in 2003.  We have excellent accommodation comprising classrooms, hall and reception area grouped around a spacious library.  Outside there are extensive grounds including garden areas, hard play, verandas, play equipment and sports facilities. Children attend from the village and a wide area beyond.  We also offer wraparound care including Breakfast and After School Clubs.

You and your child are very important to us.  Each child is provided with work to suit their age and ability, and proceeds at an appropriate pace.  Children are under the particular care of their class teacher who builds up a supportive relationship with them.  We endeavour to ensure all children have a happy and purposeful education at all times.  We aim to equip them with the necessary social and academic skills to enable them to achieve their full potential in today’s ever changing and technological society.

We are always happy to discuss any matters individually with parents.  A visit can always be arranged and you will be most welcome.

At St Neot School we promote British values:

  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty
  • mutual respect
  • tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.
 
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Sheryll Murray, MP for South East Cornwall said: 'St Neot is a superb school and it was a real pleasure to be able to visit'.