“Ofsted inspection finds saltash.net is a good school”
Pupils told inspectors “they feel safe in school” and that the school is a “friendly community”.

Three in a row for Saltash U15 boys’ football team!

May 24, 2019 | No Comments
Three in a row for Saltash U15 boys’ football team!

    Saltash.net Community School u15 boys made it a hat trick of County titles after beating a very strong Penryn side 1-0.  The only goal of the game came in the second half from captain Jensen Bryan. This was the boys’ 4th successive county final and 3rd consecutive win.  They are on an incredible […]

Year 7 Love My Job Morning

Apr 24, 2019 | No Comments
Year 7 Love My Job Morning

Saltash.net were thrilled to be able to invite over 20 employers to talk to our Year 7 students about their jobs. The school welcomed visitors from a wide range of employers including the NHS, Plymouth Argyle, Babcock, Cornwall College, Ministry of Defence, Civil Service, Royal Navy, Plymouth College of Art and South West Highways. Students […]

EPQ Presentation Day

Apr 3, 2019 | No Comments
EPQ Presentation Day

On Tuesday the 19th of March, Year 12 students at saltash.net presented their findings of their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and the challenges they faced throughout the process. Students were asked to set up a stall and they were given the choice of what they would like to present to their supervisor. Lots of students […]

Saltash.net Post 16 evening

Apr 3, 2019 | No Comments
Saltash.net Post 16 evening

Satlash.net was thrilled to host the rescheduled post 16 evening, having postponed once due to a snow day!  Fortunately all of the original stall exhibiters were able to attend: employers, colleges, and universities. In total forty providers came together to showcase a range of employment and educational opportunities for our young people. Students from Years […]

Saltash.net students take part in Compassionate Buddy Friends training

Mar 28, 2019 | No Comments
Saltash.net students take part in Compassionate Buddy Friends training

In conjunction with St Luke’s Hospice, saltash.net are working towards Compassionate School status. We have previously been involved in staff compassionate friend and champion training and the next target was to train some of the students in dealing with bereavement and supporting their peers. Twelve Plymouth University students, along with St Luke’s staff from the […]

National Online Safety guidance

Mar 8, 2019 | No Comments
National Online Safety guidance

Find below posters from National Online Safety regarding a number of issues.    

Sixth Form students show off employability at You’re Hired! event

Mar 7, 2019 | No Comments
Sixth Form students show off employability at You’re Hired! event

Sixth Formers at saltash.net community school have had the chance to show off their employability skills as part of the annual ‘You’re Hired’ competition to find the most employable 17 year olds in the area. Students took part in a business task run by Paul Greening of ATOS, whereby they had to plan, cost and […]

Ski Trip of a lifetime for saltash.net students

Mar 6, 2019 | No Comments
Ski Trip of a lifetime for saltash.net students

Skiers of all abilities took to the snowy slopes of both Austria and Switzerland, as students spent an action-packed February half term putting their skiing abilities to the test. The over 20-hour bus trip (each way!) was certainly worth it, as 38 students and 4 staff of a range of skiing abilities took to the […]

Youth Worker drop in sessions

Mar 1, 2019 | No Comments
Youth Worker drop in sessions

Following some feedback, we have reviewed the timings for the new support service at saltash.net available on Thursdays from 28th February. Sessions will now run as follows: 12-1 Open for parents 1-2 Open for students The service comes from the Early Help Hub, consisting of a team of professionals who work with children and their […]

Momo factsheet

Feb 28, 2019 | No Comments
Momo factsheet

Following on from some concerning information, saltash.net wanted to provide some guidance for parents on the current situation experienced by some young people. Thanks to Leigham Primary School for the factsheet.