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Liskeard is a friendly, caring, supportive school in Cornwall with people and relationships at its heart. It is a unique school of extraordinary staff and students and enjoys exceptional support from parents and the local community. We are proud of our school and we are relentless in our approach to make it even better. We take the education of our students very seriously. Providing students with the attitudes, knowledge and skills to lead happy, fulfilling lives is at the heart of what we do.

We treat all our students as individuals and challenge them to be the best they can be no matter who they are. We have an ethos based on high expectations; we expect high standards of behaviour, excellent attendance and positive attitudes. We have an effective approach to discipline with zero tolerance of bullying. We believe in the traditional values of courtesy, respect, consideration for others, punctuality and taking pride in the uniform of the school.

We provide a happy, safe, secure school and a caring environment for all pupils, especially the vulnerable. We encourage all our pupils to contribute to the local community through our Community Awards scheme and to remember those less fortunate. We have a rich tradition of charity fundraising at the school and we believe you get the best out of children through praise, encouragement and reward.

Someone once said, “It takes a whole village to educate a child.” At Liskeard, we take this to heart and became a co-operative trust school in January 2012. Our aim is that by building our work on the principles and values of co-operation, the improvements we have secured in recent years in both aspiration and achievement will continue to rise and our community as a whole will thrive.

We hope that this website will give you the information you need. If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Alex Lingard, Head Teacher

Liskeard School and Community College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants for posts at Liskeard School and Community College are required to complete an enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.

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Early Closure Details

Tuesday 25th July Early Closure Details:
8.45-10.45am - Period 1 & 2 as normal
10.45-11.15am - Extended Break
11.15-11.45am - Assembly for Year 7 (Old Hall) & Year 8 (New Hall), Tutor Time for Year 9 & Year 10
11.45am-12.15pm - Assembly for Year 9 (Old Hall) & Year 10 (New Hall), Tutor Time for Year 7 & Year 8
12.15-12.30pm - Tutor time/registration
Students catching the 73 bus need to be outside reception for 12.20pm pick up.
Students catching the 74 bus won't be picked up until 1.15pm from the Post Office bus stop in Liskeard town.
Monday 24th & Tuesday 25th are non-uniform days in aid of the NSPCC, Bradley Lowery Foundation and Heartswell South West.

Upcoming Events

End of Summer Term
Notional INSET Day
A-Level Results Day
GCSE Results Day

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