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1. The School
The school is classified as a Community Primary School. It is co-educational and has a nursery unit, Minpins, attached.
Please find our address and contact numbers in the Contacts section.
School performance tables:
OUR LATEST SATS RESULTS:
Cornwall County Council
Telephone No: 01872 322000
Fax No: 01872 323816
2. School Hours
Morning session - All - 8.55 am - 12.00/12:30 p.m.
Afternoon session - All - 1.00/1:30 p.m. - 3.15 p.m.
The Local Authority does not accept responsibility for children on the school premises before 8.40 a.m. and after 3.30 p.m. unless they are participating in an authorised activity (e.g. a school club). It is very important, therefore, that children do not to arrive before 8.40 a.m. All teaching staff meet at 8.30 a.m. for a short meeting – doors are open immediately afterwards. Parents and children are asked to be patient if there is a short delay in opening the doors.
It is important that all children are in class by 8.55 a.m. The bell rung at 8.55 a.m. signifies the start of the school day and all parents are requested to have left classrooms by this time. Late arrivals are registered at Reception, and not in their class, so that repeated occurrences can be followed up. Similarly repeated incidents of children not being collected promptly after school will also be followed up and support offered. Late departures at the end of the day are similarly followed up.
3. School Council
The school has an active School Council and regular meetings are held where everyone can share ideas.
4. Home-School Agreement
The school has a set of expectations in place in the form of a whole school home agreement. Which all participants are expected to work to. Please check the attached link. It is helpful for parents to discuss this at home and reinforce the same messgaes from school. Should you wish to discuss this further, do not hesitate to let us know.
Open/download Home-School Agreement here
Visits to the school are always welcome and we would look forward to meeting you and your child prior to you making an application. Admission procedures are set by the Local Authority. For details, please contact the school or go to
Admissions to Minpins are managed directly by the school, please contact the school to see if there is a place available. You are encouraged to come and visit to discuss your interest in applying for a place. Please see the attached link for a Minpins application form. We accept children from the age of 3 and should there be no available place, your child’s name will be placed on the waiting list.
Open/download Minpins Admissions Procedures
6. School Profile
7. OFSTED Report
Open/download the latest Indian Queens OFSTED Inspection Report here