Kennall Vale School
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Welcome to Kennall Vale School – a small village Primary school serving Ponsanooth near Truro. We are on the A393 Redruth – Falmouth road, close to the Kennall Vale Nature reserve, a picturesque river valley containing the remains of Kennall Vale Gunpowder Works. Kennall Vale School opened in new, purpose built premises in 1993 and, since then, has been extended and completely refurbished. The school has 4 classrooms, and at present 120 pupils on roll organised into mixed-age classes.
Kennall Vale is a warm and friendly school which is well supported by parents and carers. At Kennall Vale School we place great emphasis on relationships both within school and between school and home. We have an active PTA – The Friends of Kennall Vale. The group works tirelessly to ensure our children benefit from fun and enjoyable activities and events.
The staff regularly review the curriculum to ensure breadth and challenge. We have a highly skilled governing body which works closely with the school to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all our children.
At Kennall Vale we are committed to ensuring a healthy ethos. We encourage healthy eating and exercise, in the firm belief that physical well-being leads to emotional well-being, resilience and self-confidence. We therefore offer a range of clubs which both teachers and teaching assistants lead and the school is involved in the Forest Schools scheme which offers a wealth of interesting outdoor activities including shelter building and exploring the natural environment. We include additional physical education for pupils we believe will benefit from this and we have two fully trained THRIVE practitioners on the staff with more undertaking training.
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Kennall Vale School
- TR3 7HY
Parents are asked to use the school car park for dropping off and collecting pupils and then to see them safely onto the school grounds. Pupils walking to school can enter at any of the pedestrian gates.
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