Read for 20 minutes a day for 20 days before the end of term and earn 200 House points for your team.


You can read a book, a magazine, a newspaper, a blog, a website – it doesn’t matter, as long as you’re reading.


…before 2020, read 2020!


Download and print the grid below and stick it in your planner. Get a parent of gurdian to sign the grid each day you read for 20 minutes (or more). When the grid is full up, show it to your tutor.

Deadline: 16th December

Year 12 Arts students from Liskeard presented their research on artefacts from Liskeard Museum to Dr. Jayne Buchanan. Students are preparing for their trip to the Eden project on November 22nd where they will work with students from other schools and colleges in Cornwall to present research based on new artefacts. Dr Buchanan gave Liskeard students useful feedback on their oracy including body language, use of voice, timing and engaging an audience.

Students were asked to create a poster using French, Spanish or another language (other than English) which they are familiar with. They responded to an image which represents current environmental issues. Their work covered a range of designs including single words, short sentences and paragraphs.


Overall Winner:

Abbie Jones, 9E - Phoenix


Runners Up:

Marnie Williams, 7R - Griffin

George Wood, 7S - Phoenix

Francesca Harding, 7K - Phoenix

Amy Crabb, 9R - Centaur

The first ‘Liskeard Foodbank Fun Run’ took place on Friday 18th October, on the school field at Liskeard School and Community College. Despite a previously wet and miserable day (which may have deterred some potential runners), the rain held off for the entirety of the event making it a slightly muddy, but comfortable run for those who took part. All ages were encouraged to get involved, participants were given the option to choose the distance that they individually wished to run, jog or walk (anything from 300m right up to 5k). The run was started by Councilor Rachel Brooks the Mayor for Liskeard.

What do a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang child's car, The Daleks, an eighteenth century silhouettes, Victorian water colours, a gold Bronze Age cup, pre-war cigarette advertising, seventeenth century smoking pipes and a rotary beam engine made from Meccano all have in common?

They are all subjects chosen by Liskeard sixth form students in preparation for their trip to the Eden project in November, where they will work with other students from Cornwall to present selected artifacts.

The year 12 and 13 Arts students from Liskeard explored Liskeard museum and demonstrated their oracy skills by presenting a piece of art work or an artifact to an audience. 


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