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Some of our latest news. For further information about what our children have been doing, please find our newsletters or our Facebook page using the quick links in the top right hand corner of the homepage of this website. Thank you for looking!

  • Eco-Code Competition

    Wed 03 May 2023 Miss Carroll

    Our School Council has been on a special mission this year to achieve the Eco-Schools Green Flag for our school, but to achieve this we need your help.


    We would like to create an ‘Eco-code’ for Bodriggy Academy. An Eco-code is our school’s mission statement. It outlines the ways we, as a school, are aiming to become a greener, more environmentally-friendly place.


    It is up to you to present your code for our school, however, we have one specification, we would like you to write your code as an acrostic poem using the word ‘Bodriggy’.


    Some examples of ways Bodriggy is aiming to become greener is:

    • look after nature
    • turn of lights and switches when you’re not using them
    • reduce, reuse, recycle

    If you need any more ideas, check out the ‘School Council’ section of the website!


    Entries need to be in by Friday 19th May and can be handed in to Miss Carroll or Miss Champion. The winner will be announced in assembly. The winning entry will have their poster displayed on the school website, around the school and shared as part of our ‘Green Flag Award’.

  • Reading Tea Parties: Our Reading Teapot is filling up...

    Fri 28 Apr 2023

    As a part of celebrating children’s commitment to reading for pleasure, we continue with our reading tea parties. Last week, our Reading Karate Black Band children had the chance to sign our special teapot that was made for us by our good friend Michelle and her team at Create and Paint near Portreath. There are many names already; can we add some more by the end of the year?

  • Moonlit walk raises over £1000 for Young Lives vs Cancer!

    Wed 19 Apr 2023

    We were humbled to received a letter from Young Lives vs Cancer over the Easter break. They confirmed that the total donation for our EYFS charity night walk totalled £1,135! We are so proud of everyone who took park and supported this incredible cause. Thank you.

  • Safeguarding during the Easter holiday

    Fri 31 Mar 2023

    If you are concerned about a child’s safety during the school half term break, please contact the Multi Agency Referral Unit (MARU) on 0300 123 1116.

  • School Council open up a can of worms!

    Fri 24 Mar 2023 Miss Carroll

    Thanks to the brilliant litter picking efforts of our children and then generous donations, amounting to £280, School Council have built the first of FIVE wormeries for the school.


    We can't wait to see how it progress and the impact it has on food waste within our school. 

  • Sponsored Litter Pick Success

    Fri 03 Mar 2023 Miss Carroll

    The children of Bodriggy have worked ever so hard this week, cleaning up the school site and the local areas outside the school gates. This is all in aid of funding new equipment for wormeries, as part of a longer term plan to reduce food waste and create our own 'Bodriggy Compost'. Well done everyone!


    If you are able to donate, please follow the link on our Facebook or under the 'School Council' section of our website.

  • EYFS Moonlit Walk for Charity

    Thu 09 Feb 2023

    Wow! We made it past £1000 raised for young lives vs cancer! Thank you so much to the children, parents/guardians and members of the community who helped support this incredible charity. It is truly humbling.
    If you still want to donate then the link is as follows:
    Have a wonderful half term!
    Mr Wood & Ms Bragg

  • The Inaugural Bodriggy Speaks competition.

    Wed 08 Feb 2023 Mrs. Richings

    Our inaugural 'Bodriggy Speaks' competition took place on Wednesday. We were all so impressed by the children's bravery and composure when delivering their speeches to the whole school. They also did brilliantly when answering questions based on a passage they had read to them. Huge congratulations to Nevaeh for winning and well done to everyone for taking part; the buzz created by all of the speakers was proof enough that we have started a tradition that will continue to grow.

  • Reading Tea Party

    Wed 08 Feb 2023 Mr Simons

    On Wednesday, we held our first Reading Tea Party, where we invited all of our red and brown karate band children to join us for a juice, biscuit and chat about their favourite books. It was a real joy to hear 23 children speak with such enthusiasm about reading, and mention books that I had never heard of: thanks to Kelly in year 1, 'Granny Got a Sprout Stuck Up Her Sneezer' is my new favourite Christmas book! 

    Thanks to Mrs Richings for organising and to Mrs Hughes for the refreshments!

  • Whole School Litter Pick - Wormery Fundraiser

    Mon 06 Feb 2023 T.Carroll

    The Whole School are working super hard to gain their 'Green Flag' Eco-School accreditation and this half term they are taking on the challenge of a sponsored litter pick to raise money to build wormeries in order to reduce food waste and recycle it into something useful. 


    Please help us by donating via this link:

    Or by scanning the QR code.

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