Key Information

About Our School

St. Agnes School is an nine class primary school for children aged 4 to 11. It is situated in well-cared-for, spacious premises in the heart of the wonderful north Cornish coastal village of St. Agnes.

Purpose-built around 25 years ago, our school has nine attractive classrooms with mobile wireless technology, a spacious hall, several 'break out' learning areas and an abundance of outdoor learning and play space.

Key to the work of our school is our commitment to the environment. You'll notice the PV panels on the roof and the bright green Eco – School flag flying in front of the school. Our children also excel in the visual arts and several sports. These interests are reflected in the awards the school has gained in recent years: Eco-School Gold, Artsmark, Activemark, Healthy School.

The school converted to academy status on 1st September 2015 and we are now part of the Atlantic Centre of Excellence (ACE) Multi-Academy Trust. We are excited to be working within this group of forward-thinking academies with a common goal of collaborative school improvement.

OFSTED Report

St. Agnes School was last visited by OFSTED in January 2010 and was judged to be a good school with outstanding visual arts and care for vulnerable pupils. More recently, OFSTED have written to us to inform us that they consider that the standard of teaching and learning is still good.


Our latest full OFSTED report and recent letter from OFSTED can be downloaded using the links below: 

OFSTED also now publish an overview of attainment and progress at the school, called an Inspection Dashboard. This information can be found below.

You can read a summary of the school's performance over the past few years below.

 You can find the latest DfE performance tables by following the link below:

School Improvement Plan

You can read our School Self-Evaluation and current School Improvement Plan below.

Please follow this link to view the ACE Trust's Annual Report for 2015-16:

T. 01872 552648 E. secretary@st-agnes.cornwall.sch.uk