The Atlantic Centre of Excellence Trust will open a 420 place primary school and 60 place nursery to serve the families of Penwithick and St Austell as well as the emerging new community within the West Carclaze Garden Village. The intended date of opening is September 2020.
"Thank you for your interest in the proposed new school and nursery. We will put our heart and soul into providing an outstanding education for the children of this new school which, due to its location, will have unrivalled outdoor based learning." Jennie Walker, ACE Trust CEO
"We will provide the resources and learning opportunities for all pupils attending Sky ACE Academy and Eden Project Nursery to become global citizens and be aware of how they can all make a difference to the way in which we live. These pupils will have access to an exciting and enriched curriculum that will extend well beyond their classroom giving them hands-on real life experiences. Please contact us with your questions and sign-up to our newsletters to keep up-to-date as the project develops." Gill Harper, ACE Business Director and Project Lead
When can we apply to enrol children for the nursery and the school
Parents and carers will be able to apply for places at the school during the normal application window (September 2019 – January 2020) for places to start Reception class in September 2020.
Applications for places at the Nursery for September 2020 will also open from October 2019 and will be made directly with the Academy Trust.
What will the class sizes be
Class sizes throughout the school will be set at 30 pupils per class. The school can be required to go over this number in exceptional circumstances. It is not anticipated that the school will be required to take pupils over this number due to pupil number forecasts for the St Austell area.
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