Posts for Learning

Why can’t Harvey go to school?

This is the tale of a young boy who is not in school.  Lizzie, the grandmother of Harley, contacted us. She says I am writing on behalf of my 6-year-old […]

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A Hi-5 for the Bude charity celebrating a lottery grant

A fabulous celebration party was held today at Hi-5 Talktime which has now become a charity. Along with lottery funding, this new-found status opens the doors for major fundraising initiatives […]

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Dragonfly Wood craft workshops

Met up with the lovely Louise at Bude’s Earth Festival this weekend and discovered a little about her Dragonfly Wood craft workshops out at lower Tamar. The lampshades looked particularly […]

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NSPCC schools service volunteers required in Cornwall

This Volunteers Week, the NSPCC is appealing for more volunteers in Cornwall, to help teach primary school children about the different types of abuse. The children’s charity funds a Schools […]

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Budehaven students explore chemistry at the highest level

The Royal Society of Chemistry says: The world needs more chemical scientists, and chemistry skills can lead our young people into a vast range of fulfilling careers. We help people […]

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Earth Festival weekend

From Bude Castle: The Bude Earth Festival is a free, two-day eco-friendly festival celebrating our beautiful green town of Bude and our fabulous Planet Earth. The weekend incorporates lots of […]

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RNLI working with teachers to keep children safe at sea

A new RNLI video has been produced to help teachers keep children safe at sea. Their education page is here.      

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Bude students in climate protests today at The Triangle

By Indigo Haynes: Students in Bude are striking and protesting at Bude Triangle as part of today’s UK Youth Climate Strike in support of their key demands for the government […]

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Matt receives Budehaven Jon Coney Award

Each year, tutors at Budehaven Community School propose the names of Year 13 students they think are eligible for The Jon Coney Memorial Award. This award is named after a […]

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Exam stresses increase calls to Childline

What sad reading this makes. Exams have always been stressful, for some people more than others, yet it is horrific to think that they are causing such severe problems among […]

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Local Pony Club celebrates busy year at their Presentation Evening

By Michelle Skipp: Tetcott & South Tetcott Pony Club recently celebrated their Presentation Evening with members applauded for a very successful year, competing for the Club or individually, and accomplishing […]

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Economics students from Budehaven reach National Final

A team of Economics students from Budehaven Community School has made it to the National final of the ICAEW BASE competition. The competition run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants […]

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Budehaven’s Helping Hands Project launches today

We are excited to announce the launch of our ‘Helping Hands’ Project today. As part of our School Activity Days, which are held on the last Monday and Tuesday of […]

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Bude RNA Fun Quiz Night

  By Binzy Reynolds: The Bude branch of the Royal Naval Association held its third annual ‘Fun Quiz’ at the Falcon Hotel on Monday 8th April. The event was extremely […]

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Employer initiative unites students and businesses in Bude

Last week the Hospitality Table Cornwall project travelled to Bude to host their second forum for local hospitality businesses. The forum, held at Budehaven School on 28 March, was a […]

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