Tuesday 18th December 13:30-14:30 Grandparent/Pensioner's Christmas Lunch - Thursday 20th December - 2 pm finish

Welcome to St Columb Major ACE Academy

A very warm welcome to St Columb Major Academy situated on the outskirts of Newquay. Our school motto is Happy - Hard working - Successful and we live this out everyday.  At St Columb Major we constantly strive to improve our standards. We believe it is important that our children receive a range of experiences through a broad and balanced curriculum. We passionately believe that our children flourish through our close working partnerships with parents - staff are always on hand to support parents. We value the support of the wider community of St Columb Major and seek out ways to keep the school at the heart of the local community.
St Columb Major Academy is recognised as being an outstanding Academy:
"Everyone is valued and encouraged to be the best that they can. Pupils' exceptional achievement starts from the moment they enter in the Reception Year -Teaching is outstanding, consistently challenging pupils to achieve very well" (OfSTED inspection 2012).
We are part of 'The Atlantic Centre of Excellence Multi Academy Trust' and work collaboratively through the trust and with other schools to the benefit of our children. We hope you enjoy looking at our website.
Marie Taylor - Headteacher


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Drum lessons

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Safeguarding Information

"We have a commitment to safeguard our children"  
We all have a responsibility to act if we are worried about a child. All children have a right to be safe no matter who they are or what their circumstance. 

  • The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs Marie Taylor
  • The Officers with responsibility to cover for the Designated Safeguarding Lead are Mrs Tracey Milsom and Mrs Penny Cherry
  • The named Member of the Governing Body for safeguarding is Mrs Sally Attwell
  • The Designated Teacher for Children in Care is Mrs Marie Taylor

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