A School of Creativity
An adventure for the mind, and a home for the heart.
At Duloe School we have a vibrant, happy environment where we provide a stimulating, enriching education for every child.
We work closely with each family and our local community to extend opportunities for creative learning and cater for individual needs, interests and enthusiasms.
Together we ensure every child flourishes in an ethos that promotes learning with excitement and challenge, underpinned by our Christian values.
Enjoy 'meeting us' through this website but please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Mrs Ann Carter
We are in a book!
Teaching Creative Thinking
Developing learners who generate ideas and can think critically.
By Professor Bill Lucas and Dr Ellen Spencer.
We are very pleased that Duloe School has been used as one of the case studies in a book about creative thinking and learning. Our focus on creative teaching and learning and cross curricular approach has been acknowledged as 'expanding educational horizons of the children'. The book looks at the necessity of children having ' more than subject knowledge in order to thrive - they need capabilities'.
Ed Buckingham the first Cornish man to climb Mount Everest
Source to Sea exploration
It was a very wet trek to find the river source.
Assembly in St Cuby's Church
Beach Safety for the whole school
Joshua kitted out with all the lifeguard equipment!
Glazed pottery made with a local potter.
Mosaic designed and made by the children.
School Church flowers October
Class 3 performing a play called Stone Soup at Harvest Festival.
Food bank Donations at Harvest festival
Packing up the Food Bank donations to take to Liskeard.
In the Food Bank - the food weighed 56.4kg - this will provide at least 3 days of food for 5 people.
Year 3/4 Girls Cross-country Team
Our Year 3/4 team has won the South East Cornwall School Team Shield.
Congratulations on your 1st place girls - you showed great commitment, perseverance and courage - well done.