We are a village school, part of a very active and friendly community, and we hope that your child will spend many happy and educationally prosperous years with us. We are committed to the aims of Every Child Matters. In the work of our school we aim to guide and support children to be healthy, stay safe, achieve and enjoy, make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being. Polruan School is federated with Pelynt School, which means we are individual schools but that we share a headteacher and a governing body. Collectively we are known as the ‘West Wivelshire Federation.’

Polruan School is proud to have achieved and maintained Healthy Schools Status. We strive to provide a stimulating and caring learning environment in which your child can grow and mature. We provide a wide range of balanced learning opportunities for all children to help them to develop into knowledgeable, independent, caring and responsible people. We strongly believe that we can only achieve the best for your child by close co-operation between home and school. For this reason, there will always be opportunities for you to share in a variety of aspects of school life. The staff and I will always make ourselves available to you, to discuss any aspects of your child’s development.

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Easter activity

Posted: 02/04/2019
Kelly Edwards

We’re going on a Bunny Hunt!!!!

Volunteers working on the Looe Live Community Zone are raising funds for a new Looe Live Community Chest to help support local groups, organisations and events that improve community life and good causes in Looe. Funds raised would be ring fenced to support the future of the Community Zone as part of the Looe Live Festival, but also provide a fund to support other community events and activities throughout the year, that will enhance the town socially, environmentally and culturally.

Not sure what to do with the children over the Easter holidays??? Let them join in the fun of trying to find the little gold bunnies that have been hidden around Looe in participating shop windows.

There are 20 gold bunnies to find, 5 in shop windows in West Looe, and 15 in East Looe. Each participating business will also have a poster in their window.

Entry forms are on sale at the Looe Tourist Information Centre from April 1st from 10.00 – 15.00 Mon - Fri at £1.00 per sheet. Once the sheet is completed, please return to the TIC with a contact name and phone number on the reverse.

Prizes for three lucky winners returning their correct forms by Friday 19th April. The winner will be announced on Easter Sunday on East Looe Seafront following the Beach Easter Egg Hunt.

We hope you will enjoy the hunt and appreciate your support.

There will be a gold bunny on display in the Tourist Information Centre so that the children will know what they look like!! GOOD LUCK!!!


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Head of School:
Kelly Edwards

St Saviours Hill
PL23 1PS

01726 870402

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