St Neot School students have been very busy this term, getting stuck in to a number of activities.

Children have been getting out of the classroom and learning while out and about.

The whole school took a trip to Fowey Zoo and got the opportunity to learn all about animals from across the world.

Year 2 students took a trip to Looe on the train to visit the local RNLI.

A spokesperson for the school said: “The children had a brilliant time on Monday where they visited the RNLI, identified the features of the coast, built sand sculptures, walked along the harbour and were treated to an ice cream.”

As well as exploring outside of the classroom, students have also done their bit to raise money for those in need. At their annual harvest festival, children performed to parents, students, and teachers in an effort to help raise funds for the foodbank.

The spokesperson added: “Thank you every donation to the foodbank and all who attended and supported the children.

“The children are looking forward to next term’s activities including an autumn disco and Christmas festivities including Christmas Fayre, and surprise treats from the PTA!”