Stronger together . . . every child in a great school Welcome to Ivybridge Academy Trust (IAT). The IAT is made up of a family of schools including primary schools and community colleges. Initially formed as a small Multi Academy Trust (MAT) of two schools in 2011, We were delighted when a further five schools joined in 2016. The IAT holds a firm belief in giving each child every opportunity to learn and succeed in all that they do. Whilst we ...
A culmination of a year's worth of composing, rehearsing and developing musical skills meant the 'Band Night' was a huge success.
Year 10 student, Darcey Jones, played as part of BBC Introducing in Cornwall
Fabulous results once again for Callington in Bristish Showjumping Just for Schools Competition on 14 May!
Stowford School was a sea of red as children and staff dressed in something red to raise money for Comic Relief.
Stowford School’s swimmers performed exceptionally well at Devonport Royal Swimming Association Gala held at Plymouth Life Centre on Monday 6th March. The school took four teams to the gala (girls’ A and B, boys’ team and a mixed team of 2 boys and 2 girls) with all of them reaching the finals.
Starting in 2017, the government has introduced new, tougher GCSEs. The new GCSEs will be graded on a scale from 9-1: Grade 9 being the highest, Grade 1 being the lowest. This is the same for all schools in the country.
On Tuesday,23 May, all of our Year 9 students started the Living Life To The Full (LLTTF) course.
Year 7 Parents joined the Maths Department for an evening of mathematical hints and tips.
Our amazing school grounds will be a brilliant space for exploring, playing games and sports.
Ivybridge Academy Trust Primary Choir helped to ‘deck the halls’ of the first Sherford show homes this week
The archaelogists have been exploring Sherford valley and what was here in the past. This shoe was just one of the artefacts that helps us learn more about the past.
Many thanks to all parents, grandparents, family friends and children who donated plants and gave their time on Friday to help weed and plant the flowerbeds around the school.
We had a very special visitor from Derriford Hospital who came and trained us in resuscitation today. Sarah explained the steps to all of us so that we could help an adult to resuscitate somebody that needed help. She also showed us how to use a defribrilatior.
We all learned something new! Thank you.
In Willow, Sycamore and Beech we have been going on ‘Muddy Monday’ Welly Walks, to promote outdoor learning and encourage parental involvement. We have been on chilly winter walks on cold and frosty mornings and now we are enjoying the better weather. We love finding signs of the different seasons. As a special treat, Willow even visited the park on their way back! They enjoyed exploring all of the equipment there. A big thank you to all the parents and grandparents who have walked with us.