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Mission statement

By working together, we ensure every child can achieve their potential in a safe and supportive environment. As a school we will lay the foundations for a lifelong love of learning in all our children. Help all members of Cornholme to persevere and believe in their abilities. Be involved in the wider community of Cornholme, Todmorden and beyond.

Summer Fayre

Our Summer Fayre held on Saturday the 1st July was a huge success.

We raised around £300 and everybody enjoyed the day.  A huge thanks to everybody who came and to the staff who pitched in to help. The PFA made this a day to remember! 

Thanks again.

Mini Bus Drivers

If there are any of you who have some spare time (Possibly Grandparents) we need some help. As people retire or move on we are becoming very short of volunteer drivers for the school minibuses. To be eligible to help us you need to have a Category D1 on your licence (Passed your test before 1997). If you may be interested in helping out with the occasional trip, please contact the office and speak to Mrs Sutcliffe.

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23 Jul Enjoy your Holidays and stay safe! See you all in 6 weeks.

20 Jul Tomorrow Fri 21st July is now NON-UNIFORM day. Children are allowed to come to school in non-uniform. Don't forget we finish at 2pm. Thanks

17 Jul RT @goodisonkerr: @cornholmeschool Fantastic school play tonight, all the kids were brilliant, great singing and acting, great gags and a b…

6 Jul What you can do to keep children safe using Snapchat. https://t.co/6Q5t0jDMLl

6 Jul Schools issue Snapchat Map warning https://t.co/B9IwKPl6oQ

5 Jul Our Summer Fayre held on Saturday the 1st July was a huge success. We raised around £300. Thnks to the PFA, the sta… https://t.co/8t3ZUX88pS

20 Jun Class 6 have been dissecting lamb's hearts while learning about the circulatory system in their science topic. https://t.co/K1VuCKkvhG

20 Jun Class 4 visited Hardcastle Crags as part of their science topic, "Where the Wild Things Are." https://t.co/5FQx0r8rim