We started our day by visiting the entrance to the moor, where we did a field sketch, a bi-polar analysis and a pedestrian count. We quickly recapped on how tors were formed, then made our sketches and notes on the area. Then we walked along the road up to the prison, whilst doing a street transect (this is when you note which buildings you see along a street). Street transects are a good way to tell what tourists like to see when they come to an area, and also what the locals like to do. We then stopped near a playground and wrote a few notes on the prison and its history. Like in the previous location, we did a bi-polar analysis, field sketch and a pedestrian count. After walking back to the car park, we did the same tasks as we did the previous two times, then had our lunch break.

The Liskeard Proper Cakey Tea was launched on Friday 26th June from Liskeard School and Community College. Where better to launch this commemorative event which is celebrating the re-launch of the Liskeard Bun, which in the 1960s was presented by the Town Mayor to the children of Liskeard.

Liskeard School and Community College’s School Council students recently held a session in the Town Hall in Liskeard. The session was kindly hosted by current Liskeard Mayor Phil Seeva who was on hand to offer advice, thought provoking insights and support. After the session Mr Seeva allowed students to be pictured wearing the Mayor’s own chain whilst sitting at the front of the room.

We went to Newquay Zoo with 7I, 7S and 7L. The reason we went was to learn how other people, like zoo keepers, have to use other languages in their jobs.

Zoo keepers go to other countries to collect and learn about all the various animals. They also have to speak other languages so that they can talk to people from different countries and receive animals for the zoo.


15.04.15 Y7 Football v Callington (cup) Lost 0-2
16.04.15 Y10 Football v Callington (cup) Semi Final (Area) - Won 5-0
21.04.15 U15 County Cup v Penryn—Won 4:1 Champions...
22.04.15 Girls Regional Rugby @ Weston-S-Mare—2nd in group
23.04.15 Caradon Youth Games

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Head Teacher: Mr Alex Lingard

Liskeard School & Community College
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