Warbstow Primary Academy is a village school nestling on the hillside below Warbstow Bury, an ancient fort dating back 5,000 years. Warbstow lies between Launceston, Bude and Camelford and is part of a thriving farming community.
We are very proud of our school and are committed to providing the best possible education for our pupils. The staff and governors work extremely hard to ensure that this happens. Our mission statement “working learning and achieving together” is at the foundation of everything we do. Warbstow Primary Academy is a happy place where all feel valued for who they are.
We make the most of our local area and outstanding outdoor spaces to develop a love for the environment and a healthy lifestyle; we provide regular forest school activities for all the children.
We are firmly embedded in our community and hold regular community events. We have a close relationship with St. Werburgh’s Church which we use as a learning environment as well as for our annual Carol Service.
Despite being a rural school we are committed to providing experiences for our children that connect them with the wider world. We provide regular trips to enhance their learning such as The Eden Project, The Theatre Royal Plymouth, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Launceston Castle, Royal Cornwall Museum and Truro Cathedral.
We have a range of visitors into school, including Budehaven Leisure Centre staff who organise special sports sessions including Mini Olympics and visits from a variety of drama and art-based groups to run special workshops with the children.
At present we have 57 children arranged in three classes – Class 1 (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2), Class 2 (Years 3 & 4), Class 3 (Years 5 and 6) and our Nursery, who work closely with our Foundation stage children.