SMART LEARNERS, SMART LEADERS, SMART COMMUNITIES
Welcome to the official website of the South East Cornwall Multi Academy Regional Trust, a MAT comprising three primary schools and three secondary schools serving the needs of learners of all ages across South East Cornwall. This site sets out our vision and values, details of each of the schools, recent news, how the MAT is led and how to contact us.
Have you heard of Looe’s “Banksy”? Do you know who it could be? Just like the renowned artist, the identity of Looe’s “Banksy” has yet to be revealed. Having struck several times last year around the Looe Community Academy site, the students returned from their summer...read more
At the recent Harvest Assembly held at Trewidland Primary School, parents were specifically asked to send in tinned produce, so as we could donate these 'non-perishable' items to the Liskeard & Looe Foodbank for distribution. Class 1 had a lot of fun acting out...read more
Looe Community Academy was proud to receive the fantastic news that their newly appointed Assistant Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator, Charlotte Rose, was to be recognised for all of her efforts and achievements in supporting their students...read more
The first ‘Liskeard Foodbank Fun Run’ took place on Friday 18th October, on the school field at Liskeard School and Community College. Despite a previously wet and miserable day (which may have deterred some potential runners), the rain held off for the entirety of...read more
Saltash Community School students from Year 7, 8 and 9, as well as our friends from Landulph Primary School, recently showed fantastic motivation to complete the Saltash Cross Country course. The Inter House Cross Country competition, which took place on the 10th...read more
What benefits will my child get from participating in Wild Tribe? Wild Tribe supports the holistic development of the pupil: Health and fitness – being active in an outdoor, natural environment Increased emotional wellbeing – there is research available supporting...read more