As a follow-up to the Internet Safety session on 13 June 2018, the presentation used in the session has been placed on our website links page and can also be accessed below:
Years 5 and 6 have just returned from a fantastic week long residential in Penzance.
Day 1 saw us travel to Penzance. We played on the beach at Marazion, before walking across the causeway to St Michael’s Mount. We then played in the park and also had a game of netball.
On Tuesday, we went to St Ives and visited the Tate Gallery. We had lunch at the beach, and then spent some time at the Barbara Hepworth Memorial Garden.
On Wednesday, we spent the day at the Flambards theme park in Helston, and then had a talent show at the hostel.
On Thursday, we visited Geevor Tin Mine, followed by a walk to Crown Mine.
Finally on Friday, we went the Minack Theatre for a workshop to prepare for the upcoming production of Alice in Wonderland. We finished with lunch on the adjacent Porthcurno beach, before returning at school, tired but happy!
On 24 May 2018, Lewannick Year 6 joined pupils from Boyton School for an activity day at Roadford Lake, taking part in high rope climbing, raft building and kayaking.
On 16 April it was blast off at Lewannick CP School!!
All the children were mixed up into different groups and their challenge was to build a rocket – not just any old rocket, a rocket that would fly the furthest!
The crews had the morning to design and make their rockets and then later in the day, they were launched!
In the afternoon, the children continued working in their groups to make information posters about anything space related. They made posters about Apollo 9, Mars, Neil Armstrong and Saturn amongst others!
Well done to all the crews, mission accomplished!
18 January 2018.
Wow! What an incredible nights stay we had at the Eden Project for our first ever Year 2 and 3 residential. The children had such an amazing time and we are so proud of each and every one of them.
On the Thursday, the children took part in a chocology workshop, explored the biomes and the grounds at Eden and in the evening, they participated in a secret biome! It was such an incredible experience as it was dark and members of the public had gone home! We had the biomes to ourselves! Rosie taught us new songs to sing and we were singing them at the top of our voices!!! We even went on the cloud bridge, played musical instruments and played a variety of games including blindfolding each other!!
We then stayed in the YHA overnight! For many of us, this was the first time we had stayed away from home!!
On Friday, we went ice skating!! It was so much fun!! After lunch, we made our way back to school. We were all extremely tired but we had such an amazing experience. Miss Bowden would like to thank not only the children for being so amazing but also Mr Fugill, Mrs Dinnis, Mrs Maynard, Mr Sparks and Mrs Roseveare for assisting and making this trip possible!
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On Friday 16th March, Trewortha went on their annual trip to London along with Year 6 pupils from Boyton and Harrowbarrow. They went on the London Eye, visited the Houses of Parliament (where they had a workshop), took a boat trip up the Thames and enjoyed a 4D experience. They had a very busy day that was enjoyed by all and the staff were proud of the excellent behaviour shown by the pupils.