Healthy Schools

Healthy School

In November, Trevisker was awarded the healthy Schools plaque. We have achieved the first phase of all the necessary objectives. A group of lucky children went with Miss Stephens to collect the award and had a day of workshops in the Truro Learning Spa. We are very proud of this achievment in PHSE, PE, healthy eating and the emotional health of our pupils.

Walk to School

As a healthy school, we encourage all pupils to walk to participate in National walk to school week.  This campaign asks parents, pupils and teachers to think about their journey to and from school, and many benefits of making it on foot.  Those pupils who live too far to walk are encouraged to cycle or park at the old post office carpark and walk the remaining distance.

We also conduct a travel survey and the results are shared with the school council. We are always striving to raise awareness and promote a healthier lifestyle by encouraging pupils and parents to walk to school wherever possible.

Wheelie Wednesday

Get your wheels out for wheelie Wednesday! Bring your bike, scooter or skateboard to school on Wednesdays and enjoy them at lunchtimes. Alternating weeks for KS1 & KS2.


At Trevisker children’s safety is at the centre of everything we do. This includes helping children to stay safe when using the ever changing, electronic devices they come across.  Children are made aware, in PHSE and ICT lessons, about how to use ICT responsibly and safely.

Below are links to some excellent websites dealing with e-safety, and for more information about our policies regarding e-safety please see Policy & Documents page: