Welcome to Indian Queens School website. Our friendly, welcoming school, full of polite, hard-working, kind children is set in a village in the heart of Cornwall close to the A30, with easy access to all the surrounding towns of Truro, Newquay, Wadebridge, Bodmin and St Austell. The school is situated in a pleasant, quiet location, with extensive grounds providing plenty of space for sports, play and outdoor learning, whilst inside the buildings there are stimulating, well-resourced classrooms, with current technology and a wealth of art work reflecting an aspirational and creative curriculum. This is a school which prides itself on its friendly, highly skilled and dedicated staff and governors, all of whom place a high priority on the welfare and social development of all the children, regardless of age, ability or background, and on providing a rich and challenging learning environment. The children always come first and are consistently encouraged to develop their imagination, their ability to communicate and their capacity to learn. Most important of all children are encouraged to flourish as individuals in a strong and caring community. The school has recently undergone a significant expansion, with 5 new classrooms and associated facilities and rooms being built on 3 separate locations on the site. This has enabled the school to increase its planned admission number to 60 in all year groups, ensuring that the school can still meet the increase in applications for places within a growing and thriving local community.
The ‘Quick Access’ section links to a number of key areas within the website such as our nursery provision, Minpins, and the most recent weekly newsletter. Throughout the website you will see different animations created by the children. If the animations aren't playing correctly you may need to enable your browser to play Flash animations or you may need to download the latest 'Flash' update HERE. And don’t forget to click the OFSTED logo below to read about our latest OFSTED inspection which took place in May 2014. The school continues to work hard to maintain this standard of provision throughout all aspects of school life, providing a rich, stimulating and challenging curriculum for all its children.