At Liskeard School and Community College we are committed to working in partnership with you. You are the first teacher your child ever had and we want to build on the foundations you laid. Research shows that when the school and parents work together the outcomes for children are better.

There are many ways in which this can be done:

  • Support your child in their studies – encourage them to work hard, to do their homework and to adhere to the behaviour codes that help to keep school running smoothly so that we can concentrate on the learning
  • Attend parents evenings and information evenings – these focus on progress revision; how to support your child; e-safety; options; celebration and performances as well as other aspects of school life
  • Keep in touch and keep us up to date – with contact details; changes in your circumstances that might affect your child in school
  • Give us your feedback – at coffee mornings; through parent surveys; by writing to us. We welcome your views.
  • Volunteer – be an adult helper on school visits or collapsed curriculum days; help in the Library listening to children read;
  • Join the Liskeard Friends Co-operative and help raise funds to enrich the children’s education
  • Become a school governor

Liskeard School and Community College is an 11-18 academy and part of the South East Cornwall Multi Academy Regional Trust (SMART). Our partners in SMART are Dobwalls Community Primary School, Landulph Community Primary School, Looe Community Academy, Community School and Trewidland Primary School. The vision of all SMART schools is based around learners, leaders and communities:


  •  Every child and adult constantly striving for excellence in all areas of learning.
    •    Positive recognition of achievement in all its forms and at all levels ensuring every learner feels both supported and challenged.
    •    Creating strong partnerships with peers and parents to maximise the progress of all learners.


  •  Every child and adult having opportunities to demonstrate and develop their leadership.
    •    Schools, governors, staff and children being empowered to be active in developing their own character and owning their own futures.
    •    Headteachers and Governors earning autonomy for their school and actively engaging in system leadership regionally, nationally and internationally.


  •  One Trust, working together to focus on the needs of all learners at all phases across South East Cornwall.
    •    Inclusive local schools with all children and adults making positive contributions as good citizens to strengthen local communities
    •    All children and adults feeling safe within a caring and nurturing community in which mutual respect and kindness are non-negotiables.

Please click on the link below to see our key aims and priorities for development over the next year.

Liskeard School and Community College Development Plan 2017-18




Notice (18th March): We are keeping a close eye on the weather. As it stands, we believe we will be able to open tomorrow, but will update you if the situation changes.

Please note: We now take card payments over the phone on 01579  325718. 

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Head Teacher: Mr Alex Lingard

Liskeard School & Community College
PL14 3EA

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Tel: +44(0)1579 342344

School Attendance Line (24 hours): +44(0)1579 325730

Fax: +44(0)1579 343350




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