Godolphin - Year 1/2, Miss McClennon

Welcome to Godolphin Class!
Have a look below at all the amazing things we have been getting up to.
Scroll down to the bottom to find information about our curriculum. These documents can also be found on the Curriculum page.
December - End of Topic Celebration of Learning
Click the picture below to see our Flip Book celebrating our learning about The Voyage of the Mystery.
December - Multiskills Event at CSIA
Year 1 attended Camborne Science and International Academy for a Christmas Multi-Skills Event. It was sports-based and the children had a lot of Christmas fun. They were also excited to travel in a mini-bus.
December - Advent Service and Christingle
We had a wonderful advent service in the hall and decorated our school Christmas tree with our homemade decorations. We learnt about Advent and Christingle too.

November - ‘Window Wanderland’

Camborne Town Council sent Penponds School a lovely message of thanks for our contribution to Camborne’s first ‘Window Wanderland’.  They said our art work was fantastic and made the JoJangles shop glow with beautiful colours for the event.  Well done all classes for taking part.

November - BBC Children in Need

Today we celebrated Children in Need.  This year’s theme was “Together We Can”.  To mark this Penponds School children came to school dressed in certain colours of the rainbow.  Each Year group was allocated a colour.

Year 6 Red

Year 5 Orange

Year 4 Yellow

Year 3 Green

Year 2 Blue

Year 1 Indigo

Reception Violet/Pink

We created a whole school rainbow to share - “Together We Can”.  Thank you for all your donations to Children in need.  We have raised £52 today.  If you would like to donate please pay £1 on Parentpay.


Godolphin Class – ‘Window Wanderland’ and Aboriginal Art.
Godolphin Class went to Falmouth to visit the National Maritime Museum in support of their class topic and the story of “The Voyage of the Mystery” They discovered the reasons why the fishermen decided to leave Cornwall, what life was like onboard the Mystery, the places they visited and how they survived some very exciting storms!
Godolphin class have started to explore seascapes and are using old photographs to find out about the past in History as part of their topic work on the Voyage of the Mystery. 
We are very proud of two of our children for their super homework and winning a medal for cricket!