saltash.net received a visit from anti-bullying singer-songwriter, Lottee Brown, who sang for students from Year 8 to 11. Lottee and her mum travel the country, visiting schools and talking about the impact bullying can have on young people. Lottee, who is just 15 and raises money for charity, sang her own song, ‘Stronger’, and reduced members […]
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The Pathways Project for year 8 students, funded by a grant from the big Lottery Fund, has proved incredibly successful so far this school year. Organised by Head of Year, Mr Matt Oakes, with the support of his pastoral team, students have been able to engage in a whole raft of enrichment opportunities, including forest […]
Year 10 GCSE catering students were treated to an extra special afternoon tea recently, thanks to the generosity and support of St Mellion International Golf and Country Club. Teacher of Design and Technology, Rachel Noble, approached the staff at St Mellion to see if it would be possible for her catering classes to have first-hand […]
In an effort to make this year’s Mother’s Day extra special for some of saltash.net’s year 7 students, Parental Engagement Coordinator and teacher of RE, Miss Lucy Sayer, organised a ‘Cream Tea with a difference’ event after school on Thursday 10th March. Mums came into school to work alongside their children, making a batch of […]
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Saltash.net World Book Day 2016 – what a fun day we had!
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On Wednesday 10th February, the annual celebration recognising the volunteering efforts of young people from across South East Cornwall took place at St Mellion International Resort. The Community Action through Sport (CATS) Award Scheme has been running for eight years now and remains an excellent opportunity to recognise and reward students from both saltash.net community […]
With not one, but four ‘official’ school dogs, saltash.net’s reputation for valuing the role of animals in our society is never really in doubt, so when two Year 11 students, Issy Knight-Foster and Faith Rogers, requested that a day of fundraising be devoted to the Gables Cats and Dogs Home, based in Plymouth, the answer […]