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
We're seeking an Assistant Head of School to join our Senior Leadership Team & lead English across the school. F/T, permanent position, to start Sept 21. before applying, give us a call for more info 👇 https://t.co/XFBIoZYp3Q @AspireAcademies 🙏 #iAspire
The nursery children had a wonderful time at Forest School today with Mr Spriggs, exploring and learning about woodland creatures. We pretended to be squirrels, foxes and rabbits, and experimented with different ways of moving
Year 6 have been studying the Amazon Rainforest here is some wonderful art work that they have created using water colours.
This week, we celebrated World book day. Our story focus, The Barnabus Project, celebrates the fact that we are all different and that we should celebrate those differences. Here is some wonderful art work of our 'Imperfect pets.'
What a wonderful first week back at school. The children have been incredible. We are very proud of how they have settled back into the routine. It is clear that many of our children have been supported wonderfully at home, during the remote learning period, so thank you!
We look forwards to welcoming you all back tomorrow! The school gate opens at 8:40. Please arrive as close to your drop off time as possible (see the image below). Unless exempt, we ask that you wear a mask whilst dropping off and collecting. See you in the morning! 😀
In Reception class our new topic is called ‘How does your garden grow?’ This week, we have been exploring our gardens, enjoying the story of Superworm, creating pictures of our gardens, planting and looking for mini beasts
It is an exciting time today, heavy machinery arrives on site ready for the Nursery build to begin! Thank you to @StAustellVoice for running a lovely article about it!
Learning by including is part of our school moto. Here is a perfect example. The Nursery children have been learning Makaton signs for Yes, No and More.
We continue to be blown away by the wonderful examples of work coming through on our platforms. This from the Nursery is really special. Well done! A Golden Award will be in the post and on its way to you!
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