St Buryan Newsletter

Friday, 27 February 2015 by

St Buryan Newsletter. Thanks guys! Especially to Henry for such a great news post.

Education starts at home.

Friday, 27 February 2015 by

Spent a very productive morning at Mylor Bridge Primary this morning. We was asked to go in prior to working with there pupils to talk with parents about our work and our workshops. It was great to have reconfirmation by parents that the work we are doing is so beneficial to there children’s development. Plus

St Buryan Academy Primary School

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Had a fantastic day yesterday at St Buryan Primary School. We worked with the whole school in the morning delivering our Anti-Bullying workshop and Y5-Y6 in the afternoon on Stranger Danger. A lovely school with lovely kids. It was also nice to see the members of staff there, taking such a keen interest in our

Feedback always helps

Monday, 23 February 2015 by

Hi Richard, Here is a little bit of feedback from the Y5 teacher: The children loved the stay safe workshops! I think they found them very honest-the children were spoken to in a ‘grown up’ kind of way and didn’t feel like they were being treated like little kids. It was relevant and up to

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Safe! Internet Day

Wednesday, 11 February 2015 by

Special thanks to Adele Shelley and the rest of the team at Heamoor Primary School for asking us to come in to provide some extra input to their Internet Safety Week. It was a pleasure to work with such a great bunch of kids!!! We spent the day working with all KS2 ages, looking at

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