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.
Over 80 children enjoyed a fun packed afternoon of cricket skills in a World Cup festival. Ten groups of children each representing one of the world cup countries, had to parade with their flag and then participate in skill based activities. Some of these involved,...read more
The culmination of a 6 month project and hundreds of students’ work will be on display in the Heritage Centre at the Old Sardine Factory on Friday 21st June from 6:00pm. The Marine Art Exhibition project, coordinated by the Looe Marine Conservation Group, has worked with local secondary and primary schools to encourage young people to think about the threats that face our oceans on a global scale. The pieces range from different styles of printing work with recycled materials to a life size kelp forest using ghost fishing gear.read more
Year 6 children at Dobwalls Primary School have been working hard to earn a SMART Leadership badge. At the beginning of the term they were challenged by their headteacher to run clubs for younger children during the lunch hour and they have certainly succeeded. Every...read more
Congratulations to Joshua Pierce from Year 7 at Liskeard School and Community College, who has qualified to compete for Great Britain at the Martial Arts ICO World Championships in October after winning gold and silver medals at the recent British Open. Joshua trains...read more
On Tuesday 4th June a 'Primary Masterclass' took place for Y6 students at Liskeard School and Community College, this was run by Dr Shilling and Mrs Crawshaw (English and Drama) and was based on "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare. We were exploring the relationship...read more
In the morning on Wednesday 1st May 2019, Mrs Gillbard came in to tell the school about the eggs and chicks. She got us to sit in a circle and she passed an egg around and put it to our ear so we could tweet to the chick inside. Eventually we all heard it. Then she...read more