Community & Collaboration

Prince's Teaching Institute (PTI)

Egloskerry Primary School is a PTI Leadership Mark school.

Mrs Emma Kerr is the South West Primary Hub lead, facilitating high-quality, subject based CPD for teachers in this region - tailed to the needs and requirements of the schools in the Hub. The Hub currently consists of 22 schools across the South West.

Further details about the PTI can be found by clicking the link below.


Egloskerry Nursery

Egloskerry Nursery is run by the Early Years Alliance (ELA) and is situated on the Egloskerry Primary School site.

Egloskerry nursery aims to deliver an early years care and education provision that encompasses Forest School and the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Enhanced by the Reggio Emilia philosophy, which looks to educate the heart and hands as well as the head.

For more information please click on the image above for a link to their website.

The Nursery Manager is Rachel Fasham and you can contact her on: Egloskerry@eyalliance.org.uk

Launceston College

Our main Secondary feeder school is Launceston College.

We have close links to Launceston College to support pupils' transition and teaching and learning, e.g. PE events and competitions, subject teaching collaboration and events, 'gifted and talented' events.


Plymouth University

Student Teacher Placements

We are proud to be part of Plymouth University's Student Teacher training programme.


Greenpower Education (STEM project)

Since 2008 Egloskerry Primary have been keen supporters of Greenpower and their 'Goblin' project. It provides an opportunity for Y5/6 pupils (and 9-11) to take part in a sequence of learning linked to engineering, STEM and a fully cross-curricular experience. Cornwall primaries are fully behind the project and this is shown by the huge uptake at our regional event in June at Newquay airport - one of the biggest events Greenpower run.

The goblin is a battery powered kit car that pupils design, build and race. The project is used as a 'vehicle' (!) for learning and raising aspirations. More often than not, our most disadvantaged and/or vulnerable/SEN pupils flourish when carrying out this learning; enterprising learning in action.

Moreover, Greenpower's 'F24' project which covers KS3 and F24+ for KS4 - is an excellent transitional model for legacy learning, and career development.

At Egloskerry we opt for the approach to fully embed this into the curriculum. Children not only develop, apply and master (breadth and depth) the key skills of numeracy, literacy, technology and science (STEM link) they also develop organisational, character and resilience skills; essential pre-requisites for later life. We take our 2 cars to the 'Gathering of Goblins' at Goodwood with our pupils' families.


Geographical Association

Egloskerry Primary School have close links with the Geographical Association (GA) as Mrs Kerr is a member of the GA's Early Years and Primary Phase Committee. The school benefits from this with keeping up to date with recent subject changes in geography and the wider curriculum. A recent example of this is the school's involvement in the 'Critical Thinking' project and how this can be developed alongside the Connecting Classrooms project. In addition, Mrs Kerr regularly write journal entries for the GA (as well as other organisations) on how geography can effectively be used as a starting point of enquiry base, cross-curricular learning and exploration.


Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH)

Egloskerry Primary are members of the Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH).

CAPH is a Co-operative Community Interest Company dedicated to supporting and improving primary education in Cornwall. Through support for school leaders and member schools, we can be a vehicle for innovation in schools and raise the achievements and aspirations of pupils and staff.


Launceston Rural Learning Trust

Egloskerry was formally part of the Launceston Rural Learning Trust (LRLT) alongside South Petherwin and Trekenner Primary schools. We continue to work positively alongside these schools following Academisation.