Posts for Learning

Lord Lieutenant’s Award for work with Bude’s army cadets

From Wessex RFCA:   Congrats to a full-time PhD student and father of four from Bude, who has been honoured with a Lord Lieutenant’s Certificate of Meritorious Service for his […]

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Incident at Budehaven

There were reports online of two air ambulances and two road ambulances attending Budehaven School today at around 1.15 pm. A spokesperson for South Western Ambulance Service told Cornwall Live: […]

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Being the new head at Budehaven …

It’s always difficult starting a new job. Budehaven’s new headteacher, Dom Wilkes, who replaced Tracey Reynolds in September, moved from a school in the north-west of England, so Bude will […]

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Letter from NSPCC for forthcoming Parents in Sport Week

Dear Editor, The new school term is well and truly underway and many parents are now spending much of their weekends ferrying children to sporting activities. Thousands of children across […]

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Expert Patient Programme, Bude

From Cornwall VSF: The Expert Patient Programme provides training and support for adults who are living with a long-term health condition. By participating in the programme participants will receive help to […]

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Third of children who need glasses aren’t wearing them – and this may be impacting their academic, social and emotional learning

POP-THAILAND/Shutterstock Roisin P. Corcoran, University of Nottingham It’s a problem many teachers are familiar with, a student apparently struggling in class, but in fact just suffering from something that’s easily […]

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Budehaven Careers Fair hits the mark of success

Last night, Budehaven hosted The Careers Fair. It was a well-attended, vibrant and informative event where students received advice and guidance about their next steps. Twenty-two presenters filled the Hall […]

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Struggle going to the barber? Try Just Gentz

Just a quick update on our lovely sponsors, the Just Gentz team, and what they are up to – it’s pretty innovative and inclusive. The barbers at Just Gentz are […]

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Jay’s aim defibrillator at Budehaven Leisure

Budehaven Community School and Leisure Centre are pleased to be the 14th recipient of a Jay’s Aim defibrillator. This PAD was funded by the school and is positioned outside the […]

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Groups at Bude Library- not just books (though they are VERY important)

From Ari Winfield: The Home Educators Group first session held on Monday 9th September. There was an Enthusiastic start to our first Home Educator sessions here at Bude Library this week. […]

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Activities Week at Bude Canal for primary pupils

By Lucille Opie: This year we are celebrating the bicentenary of the canal and there have been many interesting events taking place. We contacted the Bude Junior and Infant Schools […]

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Primary schools – have you signed up for the NSPCC to visit your school?

Primary schools across the UK yet to receive a visit from the NSPCC’s free ‘Speak out. Stay safe.’ Programme are being urged to sign-up as soon as possible. In 2018/19 […]

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A new headteacher for Budehaven

I noticed the signs were being changed yesterday to reflect the arrival of Budehaven’s new headteacher, following the departure of Tracey Reynolds who has moved to take up another educational […]

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Scott Mann comments on monies for schools

The Prime Minister has announced that the government is boosting schools with a record £14 billion, levelling up per-pupil funding across the country. (Headteachers have been campaigning for this for […]

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NSPCC highlights back to shool issues

With the region’s children returning to school after the summer holidays, it’s timely to remember that this can be a difficult time for young people. They may encounter new teachers, […]

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