Community Primary School

Treleigh, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 4AY

01209 216600

Parent Information

Treleigh CP School Admissions Policy 2024 -2025

We are required to hold a consultation on our Admissions policy every seven years. We would like your feedback on the policy below which needs to be published by March 2023. The consultation period will run for six weeks and will close on Friday December 2nd. If you require a paper copy please contact the office. We would be grateful if you would email any feedback to Thank you

    Treleigh School Prospectus

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School Timings

EYFS: 08:30 - 14:50 (31 hours 40 minutes)
Years 1 and 2: 08:35 - 14:55 (31 hours 40 minutes)
Years 3 and 4: 08:40 - 15:05 (32 hours 05 minutes)
Years 5 and 6: 08:45 - 15:15 (32 hours 30 minutes)

Questionnaire for Parents and Carers Autumn 2022


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 Treleigh CP School Admission Arrangements

All our admission arrangements are handled by the local authority. Our admissions number (PAN) is 45 in each year group.

Information regarding applying for a place at Treleigh CP School and the appeals process for any year group can be found at:- 

Cornwall Council School Admissions








Home School Agreement (HSA)

Home School Agreement - Download and Print




Absence Request Forms

Absence Request Form - Download and Print



School Emergency Closures and Procedures

Keep up to date with the schools procedures for closure.

School Emergency Closure - Download and Print

School Emergency Procedures - Download and Print










Lunch Menu

Autumn Term Menu - Starting with week1

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Treleigh School Term Dates and Teacher Training Days:



10th Feb 2023

24th July 2023

25th July 2023








Treleigh School Lunch, Breakfast Club and After School Club Info

School Lunches are £2.50



Free School Meals

Free School Meals Application Form - Download and Print 











Breakfast and After School Club 


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