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  • School Uniform

    School sweatshirts are available to purchase from the academy office on the Jubilee site. We also stock academy fleece jackets, PE kits, book bags and hats.

    Please ensure that all uniform is clearly labelled with your child’s name.



    • School sweatshirt
    • Red polo shirt
    • Black/Navy trousers
    • Black shoes



    • School sweatshirt
    • Red polo shirt
    • Black/Navy trousers or skirt
    • Black shoes
    • Plain socks/tights


    Summer – girls

    • Red summer dresses


    PE kit

    • Red tshirt
    • Navy shorts
    • Trainers

    * Please note that plimsolls are not required

    Useful Homework Links
    We hope that you find these websites useful when supporting your child at home with their learning:

    Phonics Play website – A fun, useful site for you to use with your child to help improve their phonic skills. KS1 through to KS2.
    RNLI website
    Cornwall Road Safety Website
    Traidcraft – fighting poverty through trade
    The Fairtrade Foundation
    BBC academys has a wide range of resources.
    Primary games has a wide range of games for both mathematics and literacy. The children often use the maths pages in academy. Excellent for support learning number bonds and times tables.
    Topmarks has a wide range of different curriculum areas to explore.
    @thome links learning to the National Curriculum.
    Coxhole academy has a very useful website that supports learning and homework.
    This academy website is used by lots of parents to support homework.
    This year is the year of Communication. Here are some useful websites to support developing language at home.
    Communication websiteI CAN supports chatter at home.
    Talking point
    Road Safety

    Useful lesson resources for teachers

    TES Teaching Resources

    Important Announcements

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    Your child's safety online

    Download our ‘E Safety policy’

    Parent Questionnaire

    “The action we take to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm – is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play.”

    Working together to safeguard children (HM Government 2013)

    Falmouth Primary Academy has a duty of care to ensure that all children are kept safe and feel safe. If we have any concerns regarding a child these will be shared with parents and carers and appropriate professionals.

    We have rigorous systems in place for monitoring children’s wellbeing and have members of staff who have dedicated pastoral care roles across the school.

    We will seek the advice from professionals where we have concerns about the well being of a child.

    If any one has a safeguarding concern regarding a child they should contact the Multi Agency Referral Unit (MARU). They can be contacted on 0300 123 1116.

    Please refer to our policy page to read our Child Protection policy for further information.

    Safeguarding Leads
    Claire Smith (Head teacher), Hannah Bennett (Assistant Head), and Emma Broom (Teacher).

  • What our parents say about our academy

    We pride ourselves on having a very close working relationship with our parents. We have an ‘open door’ policy and our parents know that we will always make time to meet with them.

    100% of parental responses to our recent questionnaire rated our academy at least good and that all members of staff were welcoming and friendly.

    Comments from the questionnaires:

    ‘I am very proud to say that my child comes to Falmouth Primary Academy’

    ‘The children are made to feel very welcome. Thank you for your support.’

    ‘This is a very lovely learning school’

    ‘The school has been fantastic and very supportive. Since starting school my child has become far more social able and grown in confidence’

    ‘Falmouth Primary has exceeded my expectations’

    ‘Thank you for all the encouragement’

    ‘My child loves coming to school’

    ‘Keep doing what you are doing’

    ‘Please don’t stop caring!’