Welcome to Coverack Primary School
Our small rural school is situated above the picturesque village of Coverack. We aim to provide a secure, happy environment where children's imaginations and potential for learning can be stimulated. Staff and Governors are committed to delivering the highest quality of education whilst ensuring each child is given the opportunity to develop as an individual in a community where everyone's welfare is equally valued. We actively promote the arts and have a strong musical tradition. The wider community abounds with talented artists, crafts people, writers and local experts, and we take every opportunity to enhance learning by making visits or inviting visitors into our school.
The school opened in 1876 and has been modernised over the years to make the most of the available space. In 2000, a major community project, Coverack Space 2000, transformed accommodation in the school, providing an additional upstairs classroom, releasing downstairs space for use as a school hall. We are very fortunate to have our own kitchen, which provides excellent midday meals cooked on the premises. We also have a playing field with playground equipment and school garden, all of which are used by the children daily.
Children are currently taught in two classes:
Mohegan Class - Years 3, 4 5 and 6
Primrose Class - Reception, Years 1 and 2
We work very closesly with St Keverne School, which is only a couple of miles away and also with Grade-Ruan C of E School, St Martin School and Manaccan School, as part of the KESKOWETHYANS Multi-Academy Trust.
Congratulations to Grade Ruan School...Keskowethyans KS2 Hockey winners, now through to the Mullion Cluster qualifier for the School Games
Good Luck to our Year 6, leaving today for a new adventure. Thanks to everyone for your support this year. Have a wonderful Summer holiday.
Information is being sent out today about how to order uniform from our new supplier & when to collect your free sweatshirt & polo shirt.
Good Luck to some of our Year 5 and 6 pupils taking part in the Maths competition at Grade Ruan School this afternoon.
Another peaceful night for our yr 5 & 6 pupils in Exeter. You will be contacted via text & email later, with a time of arrival in Helston.
Our Exeter residents had a great night's sleep, up bright & early for breakfast. Now en route to Go Ape. Very excited children this morning!
Good luck to Grade Ruan & St. Keverne pupils who are taking part in the FeetBeat competition at Mullion School this afternoon.
Rehearsals are underway for our KS2 Dance Extravaganza at Kynance Cove on 7th July. Parents are invited & details will be sent out shortly.
KS2 Keskowethyans Pupils took part in a joint Sports Day this week. See the news section of your school website for results & photographs.
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