Bugle School & Nursery is set in the heart of the Cornish clay area and close to the town of St Austell. We provide a happy, safe and caring environment for all. Parents and staff together work to provide our children with the best opportunities possible to develop independent skills required for everything that their future holds.
Our logo is ‘learning together by including’ which celebrates the diverse cultures of our community. Our aim is to promote a fully inclusive partnership where there is true equality of opportunity in all aspects of life-long learning.
While we are unable to invite you in and show you around currently, as soon as it is safe to do so please contact the school office and make an appointment. We're looking forward to seeing you.
We hope you enjoy our website.
Mr Luke Rees
Head of School
Reception Class had a great morning at the Aspire Academy Trust EYFS games . The pupils showed great behaviour and team work. We were delighted to return home with medals too!
7:47pm - 1st July, 2022
Today, Year 5 and 6 had a visit from Network Rail all about Safety on the Railway. We learnt all about the safety signals, such as the purpose of the yellow lines on the platform and also were surprised just how fast the train travels and how it takes 20 football pitches to stop
12:14pm - 22nd June, 2022
The Year 4 children who represented Bugle at Cricket today were a credit to our school. They played hard, concentrated well & equally gracious & sporting in victory & defeat. They won 3 of their 5 games and came back enthused and ready to join cricket club. Well done to all!
6:45pm - 21st June, 2022
What a fantastic day at our @EnglandFootball @YouthSportTrust @AspireAcademies Girls Football in Schools festival. 157 girls KS1 and KS2 playing mixing with children from different schools to form #euro2022 teams.Every girl walked away with a football for participating. 1/2 https://t.co/iB3HcnapzA
7:09pm - 20th June, 2022
@AspireCPD Will this be our finest hour? Join us for the final primary history network of the year. We will be talking about teaching Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong in KS1 and the Battle of Britain in KS2. The date for your diary is Thurs 30th June, 1.00 to 3.00 pm. https://t.co/XssNHzdU8P
8:17am - 18th June, 2022
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