Information for Parents



Here you will find a number of forms you can download, print, complete and return to the school office.

  • To download our Change of address form, please click here.
  • To download our Permission to Administer Medicines form, please click here.
  • To download our Request for Leave of Absence form, please click here.

Useful Links

Here are some links to websites that you might find useful:



Pages of fun learning resources from the BBC:


World Book Day - Thursday 5th March
We will be celebrating World Book Day by coming to school dressed as a book character from any story. This is always such a fun day in our school calendar and the children spend the day immersed into stories. This year, World Book Day coincides with St Piran’s Day and, therefore, our English Team are planning a Cornish themed day where the children will learn about Cornish authors, Cornish myths and legends and hear stories that have been set in Cornwall.

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On Wednesday 4 pupils attended the Cornish Schools Maths Olympiad at Nexus. The children attended workshops where they learnt about codes, Pi and magic numbers. In the afternoon they competed against 25 other schools and came a respectable 5th. Miss Sleeman and Mrs Fraser were wowed by their maths skills! Well done! ...

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Coronavirus - Advice for parents/guardians.
We recognise that some families or children may be planning to travel abroad during the half term period. If you are travelling to any of the areas listed below, please speak to Mrs Stevens for advice before returning to school.

China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Macau

At present, the guidance states If you have returned to the UK from any of these areas in the last 14 days and develop symptoms of cough or fever or shortness of breath, you should immediately:
-stay indoors and avoid contact with other people as you would with the flu
-call NHS 111 to inform them of your recent travel to the country

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Reminder - As part of St Francis’s commitment to sustainability we are part of the Sustrans schools project which promotes active travel to school (walking, scooting and cycling) and aims to reduce congestion near to school. As part of this we are holding a Cycle/Scoot to School Day on Friday 14th February.Pupils who cycle/scoot to school will have a free maintenance safety check done on their bike or scooter. Small adjustments will be made and a report attached to outline work done and any further work needed. A typical bike check involves checking/adjusting brakes, handlebars, saddle and pedals, inflating tyres, tightening nuts and bolts and oiling parts. Scooter checks involve checking wheels, deck and fixings, making adjustments where necessary. The school recommends the use of helmets. All bikes need to be roadworthy, and have working brakes and pumped up tyres. These free checks are available to both staff and pupils. To take part simply cycle or scoot to school on Friday 14th February! 🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️ ...

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