Our Creativity Collaboratives learning community includes schools across the Penryn Partnership, the University of Exeter, and local businesses and cultural partners. Through working together, we will lead research into innovative and inspirational Teaching and Learning strategies over our three-year programme. We will be working with the University of Exeter to utilise their knowledge and expertise to ensure our research, programme delivery and impact measuring is of the highest quality.
Penryn College is located on the south Cornish coast, and caters for children and young people aged 11-16. The Penryn Partnership is a long-established collaboration between eight primary schools and its partner secondary school. Established almost 20 years ago, it is built on a vision that children from the ages of 4-16 will have a breadth of experiences across curriculums, which will enable them to be creative, resilient, and independent learners with a thirst for knowledge and exploration. Alongside Penryn College, the Partnership includes Penryn Primary Academy, Constantine Primary School, Flushing School, Mabe Primary School, Mawnan Smith Primary School, Mylor Bridge Community Primary School, Perran-ar-worthal School and Kennall Vale School. There are two ARB units for SEND provision, located in Penryn College and Penryn Primary Academy.