Collaborative Church Events

Pendower Class went to the Wild Tribe field and re-enacted the tale of the Good Samaritan. There were some budding actors in the group with a fantastic understanding of how others may feel and how we can help each other.
Remembrance Service
We were very proud of the respectful behaviour of all our children during the Remembrance Service. Please have a look at Kiberick leading the service with readings and prayer on our Kiberick class pages.
Comic Relief
 WOW! We raised an incredible £84.00 through donations in lieu of dressing in red non-uniform and taking part in lots of fun activities on Friday. A fantastic total - thank you and well done!

I have been thrilled to hear all about science week this week and am eagerly anticipating the report and results from the buggy testing day!  Thanks again to Mr Hall and Mrs Cartwright for organising and well done for the  incredible amount raised by our families to show gratitude for this. I have  been extremely proud and humbled by the Veryan school community and your generosity in supporting local, national and indeed international charities through donations to World Book Day, the FoodBank and Comic Relief tomorrow. I’m aware that times are hard and uncertain for many families and it’s heart-warming to see so many thinking of others and doing what they can.

Towards the end of term we are also hoping to raise funds for Autism Awareness Week—I recognise that this is a lot of donations all close together, please do not feel pressured into giving more than you are able; charities have struggled to hold their usual fundraising events throughout the pandemic and so any help we can give in supporting their work will be greatly appreciated and we feel it is important for us—especially in our week of ‘Compassion’ as our topic, to offer our help to those in need, but equally important is for us to recognise and learn about these charities; what they do and who they help. So just taking part and finding out a little about the charities and those they support is a great thing even without donations!

 Caroline Jarrett - excerpt from Newsletter March 2021

Harvest Festival
We would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who donated food produce and financial assistance to our local FoodBank in thanks to Mr Hall for our science week buggy resources and workshop.

Together we raised an amazing £106.40 and collected a lovely collection of tins and packet goods to be given to the Foodbank for distribution.


Macmillan World Biggest Coffee Morning 2020
We raised an amazing £108.00 for Macmillan Cancer Support. We held tea parties in our own class bubbles and shared them virtually. Thank you to all the parents and carers for sending in individual cakes for us to enjoy and to the children for wearing their non-uniform for a donation, which helped us raise such a fabulous amount for this cause.