Welcome to Nansledan School (Skol Nansledan in Cornish).
We opened on Monday 9th September with five classes and at full capacity we will have 420 pupils. Our school aims to nurture intelligent, employable global citizens who demonstrate social competence, a desire for learning and respect for each other and the world around them.
Our innovative STEAM curriculum is broad and balanced and built around the principles of active discovery and experiential learning, using Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding pupil enquiry, dialogue and critical thinking.
The children of Nansledan School are the innovators, educators, leaders and learners of the 21st century and the school motto “Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders” reflects this vision.
Please contact us if you'd like to arrange a visit, we'd be delighted to show you around our amazing brand new school!
Mrs Vicky Dilnot
Head of School
Last week as part of UK Parliament Week 2019, we received a visit from Steve Double our local MP. Children are neve… https://t.co/WzNXmnC8Cl
Our Key Stage 1 children will be building their Tudor Houses very soon. We have a pile of cardboard boxes at the re… https://t.co/oKegVGuYQB
Our own pot of gold at the end of the rainbow yesterday. Thank you to Kayci (Y6) for sharing this amazing photo wit… https://t.co/aGqbQ9zk8L
Newton Class have been super busy for Outdoor Classroom Day! We went on a Scavenger Hunt too see what we could find… https://t.co/pmlobrE76f
KS2 are loving their 'Wild Wednesdays', which happen come rain or shine (it's been mostly rain!). Today, the childr… https://t.co/IBXb29uWM4
We are gradually moving into all of our fabulous school spaces for phonics groups and other learning activities. He… https://t.co/BPEvklgqVJ
Newton Class have been super busy today. We have been learning all about Guy Fawkes. We have designed our own firew… https://t.co/xFKgPWhHz1
Yay! We are in our amazing new school hall. Yesterday, children enjoyed a drumming assembly and today they learned… https://t.co/72dheWEo5u
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