Christmas Performances - All week beginning December 10th

EYFS & KS1- Wear costumes for the plays

KS2- Wear smart school uniform  

Christmas School Dinners

Christmas jumpers welcome

Wednesday 5th December

Reception Classes Christmas Shows Tuesday 11th December 2.00pm

Thursday 13th December 9.30am

Key Stage 1 Play

Tuesday 11th December 9.30am

Wednesday 12th December  2.00pm

Key Stage 2 Christmas Play

Wear smart school uniform please


Wednesday December 12th 9.30am

Thursday December 13th 2.00pm

Friday December 14th 2.00pm


The Polar Express Movie Night


Thursday December 13th 5:30-7:15

Class Christmas Parties

Change of clothes for parties welcome


EYFS - Monday 17th 

KS1 - Tuesday 18th 

KS2 - Wednesday 19th 

Last Day of Term 

Christmas Jumpers welcome

December 20th 2:00 pm


Summerleaze Makes Twitter

Summerleaze class have been on a trip out of this world! After a message from Tim Peake via Curved House Kids publishers we set off on our mission to Mars, using our inspiring Mars Diaries to guide us. The children have wrote letters to Tim Peake, designed their Mars towns, thought carefully about the qualities and skills they have that would be useful on the  red planet and created some amazing art work during our lunch and learn.

Camelford  Wins CAPH Primary School of the Year at PE and School Sports Conference

Welcome by Two of Our Pupils

Welcome to the Camelford School website.  On this website you can learn all about our amazing school.

Our school is very welcoming.  Staff and pupils are kind, helpful and friendly. 

Our classrooms are named after Cornish beaches; Daymer, Harlyn, Summerleaze, Trevone, Crackington, Lundy, Watergate and Port Isaac.  We display our learning on the walls, making them bright, colourful and helpful.

Our cook is friendly and makes delicious lunches.  The food choices are vegetarian, meat or jacket potato.  The desserts are scrumptious and fruit salad is always available.

Playtimes are filled with fun.  Each class has a sheltered area of their own, which has a bench for quiet time. There is a wide variety of equipment that we can use at lunchtimes.  Markings on the playground floor includes alphabet and number caterpillars, chess and draught squares and a number square.

Classes take it in turns to play football. If it is dry, children get to play on the field.  In wet weather, we have indoor activities in the classrooms.

We have a number of different assemblies; praise, singing and class.

We hope you love our school as much as we do!

Maisie and Raphaella

Year 6 


99 Times Tables' Club

Go for Green Behaviour Posters

Our pupils shared their understanding of 'Positive Behaviours for Learning' during last month's Poster Competition.  Pupils are really getting good at recognizing the key elements to a successful learners and a happy school - kindness, helpfulness, focus, attention, resilience and determination.  Check out class' pages for more entries.  We are proud of our learners.