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Plymouth School of Creative Arts is a 4-16 mainstream, city centre school sponsored by Plymouth College of Art.

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All things Gothic

Year 9 English and Photo Media students have been exploring the Gothic genre. Students have been analysing Gothic literature and films and are now writing their own Gothic stories and making their own Gothic films and photographs.

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Gingerbread biscuits yum yum!

Year 7 students have been getting into the festive spirit this week by making gingerbread biscuits in Culinary Arts!

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Science Roadshow

On Monday morning we were lucky enough to host the BAE Systems Science Roadshow. The 1-hour science show was based around the theme of ‘Waves’ and the team used a range of demonstrations to excite and engage Year 7 and 8…

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Salumi Nights

Year 9 GCSE music students have arranged an evening of 2 hours worth of live music! Including open mic and a headline act, local artist Steve Sampson. We hope that this night will be the first of many to come.…

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Public Art at Saltram

Last term a group of 6 year 7 & 8 students went to Saltram House as part of the Take a Part Project to plan and make a sculpture. We went four times and worked with National Trust staff, volunteers…

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2 FREE Orchestral Music Clubs

Rosemary Babiche will also be leading 2 FREE orchestral music clubs: Orchesterrestrials Phase 3 & 4   Calling all temporarily earth bound instrumentalists in Phases 3 and 4 longing for higher things! In the dark months of the year come together…

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In The News

We are in the News! Check out this interesting article on pages 10 to 13 in My Academy magazine  

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Buddhist Ceremony

On the 12th of November the Thai community celebrated the Loi Krathong festival at Plymouth School of Creative Arts. Loi Krathong is a festival celebrated annually in Thai cultures. The name could be translated as “to float a basket”. Thais…

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