Godrevy Groups

Our children are registered in one of three pastoral ‘Godrevy Groups’. We believe that this mixed-age organisation provides a secure setting that supports both the children’s personal, social and emotional as well as their educational development. Sometimes we work in Godrevy groups for topic based activities.

Porth

We take our house group name from the Cornish word for beach and cove. In Porth, the children wear yellow polo shirts to represent the sand on the beach and our emblem is the Grey Seal. A colony of Grey Seals can be seen down at Godrevy throughout the year. Older children are teamed with younger children in pairs called learning partners. 

Each week a yellow lighthouse is awarded to someone who has been making an extra effort with their behaviour and learning.

Towan

Towan is the Cornish word for dune and we wear green polo shirts to represent the grass. Our emblem is a Grasshopper. We have really enjoyed our trips to the sand dunes at Upton Towans.

Each week a green lighthouse is awarded to someone who has been making an extra effort with their behaviour and learning.

Enys

Our house group is called Enys which means "island" in the Cornish language. We wear blue polo shirts and carry blue book bags to symbolise the sea that surrounds Godrevy island. Our mascot is an Oyster Catcher. 

Each week a blue lighthouse is awarded to someone who has been making an extra effort with their behaviour and learning.