Church of England Primary School
At St Mabyn school, through God’s love we learn, grow and flourish together.
St Mabyn Church of England Primary School
Our school is one part of a family of well-connected schools. It is a small, nurturing school packed full of love: love for one another; love for learning; love for our neighbours and community and love for God. It comfortably sits in the heart of a picturesque, small rural village being overlooked by St Mabyn Church. In our school, adults and children collaborate to create a safe learning environment where everyone can flourish and achieve greatness, becoming curious imaginative life-long learners. St Mabyn School is the gateway through which the future possibility of the adult emerges.
1 John 3:18
"My little children, let us not love in word or tongue, but in deed and in truth,"
At St Mabyn Primary School we place a great emphasis on the entitlement of all children to access a broad range of learning experiences in a safe and nurturing environment where all subjects are valued. Underpinning our curriculum are the Christian values of Peace, Justice, Trust, Friendship, Love and Fellowship. Our aim is to provide a bold and courageous curriculum that equips our children to live life today and for tomorrow rooted in Christian love.
The drivers for our curriculum are ‘CAN’ -
•Develop a Caring heart- Children will find out who they are, their place within the world and how they fit in and can aspire to make a difference.
•Develop an Active mind and body- Children will have the wisdom to use their knowledge and skills to be the best learners now and for their future.
•Develop a Nurturing character- Children will stand up for themselves and others; respect each other, be prepared for personal challenge and successfully collaborate.
We want staff and pupils to show their love of each other through truth and actions which, reflect hope, wisdom and dignity, to be the best that they can be within every area of the curriculum.
In addition to build cultural capital, the children and staff have selected 50 experiences all children should have before they leave in Year 6. (Covid closures have impacted on this).