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Headteacher's Welcome

Hello, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you as Headteacher of Landulph Primary School. We are a small school sitting within the idyllic Cornish countryside with children who attend from the local village and surrounding areas.

We have high expectations of what our children can achieve and strive to inspire all children to develop a love of learning, so they make good progress and attain their very best; becoming confident and successful individuals in our ever-changing world...

Headteacher - Mrs K Ball

Upcoming Events

  • I was reading to my daughter whilst her brother was going to sleep, then she wanted to take over. She read with very little help from me, I was absolutely amazed at how fantastic her reading is. She then asked if a word was a ‘split diagraph’, I replied that I didn’t know what that was. She said that it’s like when you have the sound ‘ee’ but there’s a ‘m’ in the middle so it makes ’eme’ like in ‘theme’. I was gobsmacked!!! I asked how she knew this and she said that when she was supposed to go out to play she stayed in to listen to what the frogs were learning! How amazing!. - Parent

  • To everyone at Landulph School: Thank you for the wonderful grandparents lunch, which we enjoyed so much. Thank you all soooo much for being there for me and looking out for me. You have helped me soooooo very much in the past couple of years. I feel so much more confident in myself and you have all supported me so much! I’m sooo sad I’m leaving you all! I WILL MISS YOU! The best teachers EVER!

  • To all the staff at Landulph School: Well this is the last of the 3rd generation of our family to leave Landulph School – will there be a 4th and how many of you will still be here? Thank you all for making my child’s such a special time.

  • To the Landulph team: Thank you so much for having me for my work experience week, I’ve really enjoyed it! I have loved getting to know the children and building close relationships with them. This week has helped me to decide that primary teaching is what I would love to do.

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