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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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Europe and beyond…

We are lucky to have such a diversity of cultures and languages within the school. At the end of the Spring term we wanted to explore them more closely. The Spanish GCSE students learnt that Spanish language reaches far beyond…

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Big pedal 2018

The school is partaking in the Big pedal from the 23rd April – 4th May. Sustran’s Big Pedal is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting challenge inspiring pupils, staff and parents to choose two wheels for their journey to school.…

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Extra-curricular sports clubs

Please see attached the extra-curricular sports clubs that are on offer next term for all phases. If students would like to join a club, please can parents or guardians email rmartin@schoolofcreativearts.co.uk or let the front desk know.

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Red House Bee Project

We are please to confirm that the colony are already flying at the opportunity of a sunny day out on the blooms. It has been a really tough spring for bees nationwide, with such a delayed spring. What is great…

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Phase 3 and 4 School Production is finally here! Students have been working tirelessly since September on our School’s production of ‘We Will Rock You’; a musical based on the music of Queen. We hope you are able to join…

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Cricket News

Children from Phase Two participated in a local primary school Cricket Festival at Devonport High School for Boys on Wednesday, hosted by Devon County Cricket. The children have been developing their skills within PE lessons and some were selected to…

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Owl Mail

Artist in residence Jeff Stratton has created this wonderful Owl currently watching over and delivering words of wisdom and notices to the small atrium. Here Jeff gives us an insight into how he made it by sharing some pages from…

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Inspired by war time artists

Within Phase Two as part of their project based learning students are currently looking at World War Two and artists from that period. Aglaia in year 5 was inspired by Henri Matisse’ work ‘Girl in Yellow and Blue with Guitar’…

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