Monthly Archive: April 2017

From Plymouth School of Creative Arts

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Apr

Through the eyes of a refugee!

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Looking ahead to Refugee Week on 19th-25th June, students from phase Three and Four across the school today attended some refugee awareness workshops lead by Imogen from The British Red Cross, Suvi from Plymouth Hope and Maria, Aleks and Hanna from the Amber Initiatives, also supported by Graeme Kirkup. Students were encouraged to explore the […]

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25

Apr

Tennis Coaching

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The year 2’s were lucky enough to receive Tennis coaching from local Plymouth City Council coaches on Monday afternoon. The students experienced fun and challenging activities in preparation for their term of Tennis in their PE lessons. All Phase 1 students will be experiencing Tennis this term for PE. Tennis flyers were given to the […]

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21

Apr

Chris made team Captain for Superhero Tri

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Chris Jones has recently joined the PSCA team as our Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Manager. Chris is a para-athlete who has represented the country twice at major events last year, winning a bronze medal at the World Adaptive Surfing Championships. Chris would like to share some awesome news with you: “Earlier this year I […]

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21

Apr

Computational Geometry

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The Maths and Computing department have just started working on an exciting joint project with Martin Stoelen from the Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS) at University of Plymouth and Beatriz Rodriguez Lopez, to become the first school in the world to develop a robotic arm known as ‘GummiArm’. Currently a PhD level project, […]

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19

Apr

Psychogeography and the Traces App

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Phase 3 Psychogeography and the Traces App Over the past term Year 7 and 8 Geographers have been considering their own thoughts and feelings about their local area as well as what they notice through careful observation (key skills in all people developing a sense of place). This is often known as Psychogeography, not a […]

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