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Carbeile Junior School
Trevol Road, PL11 2NH, UK Torpoint
Tel. 01752 812474

The school has adopted the LA’s Admissions Policy. Children transfer to Carbeile from Torpoint Infants at the age of 7. Every effort is made to make the transfer process enjoyable and exciting. The school admits all eligible children who live in Torpoint and Wilcove and beyond provided the admission level is not exceeded.
Prospective parents should telephone the school office to arrange a look around the school and meet appropriate staff.

Carbeile School is organised as far as possible into mixed ability academic year groups. Each year group has a teacher who is a Year Group Leader. There are currently 3 x Y6, 3 x Y5, 3 x Y4 and  3 x Y3 classes.
Every teacher has a class and depending on the activity will teach the whole class, divide it into groups or set the children individual tasks. Each class has at least one Teaching Assistant.
Children are put into a house when they are admitted to school. The House System operates to reward children for achieving excellence and for endeavour. They can be awarded Team Points which are recorded in class or a Merit where they collect a badge from the Headteacher.
The initial pastoral care of the child is the responsibility of the class teacher during school sessions. There would be occasions when concerns over health or behaviour would be referred to the Year Group Leader, Deputy Headteacher or Headteacher.

Children — the focus of our thinking and effort.


Our Vision:

We aim to enable every child to fulfil their learning potential, with education that meets the need of each child, and to help every child to develop the skills, knowledge and personal qualities needed for life and work..


Our Values:

  • To provide a stimulating learning environment where children receive their entitlement to the National Curriculum.

  • To provide a broad and balanced curriculum taking into account all aspects of child development.

  • To promote good personal relationships where individuals and their achievements are valued.

  • To encourage pride in our school, valuing its environment and observing its rules which are understood and agreed.

  • To achieve our highest personal standard, recognise our strengths and foster a positive attitude to overcoming weaknesses.

  • To give opportunities to take responsibility, to develop self-esteem and a sense of purpose.

  • To adapt to changing circumstances and to reflect that we live in a fast changing world.

  • To be good listeners.

  • To be kind, considerate and fair to all.

  • To promote a partnership with parents in the education of their child.

  • To foster an awareness and understanding of our community so we develop respect for other people, and customs and beliefs in the wider world.

Special Education Needs

 Many children experience a learning difficulty during their school life. Such children are recorded on a Special Education Needs Register. Children are both added and removed from this register as and when appropriate.
External agencies including an Educational Psychologist may be needed to be involved to assess and give advice about the support that certain children require.
At such times we rely on close co-operation of parents, who are kept informed at all stages.

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