These last few weeks of term have a host of wonderful activities and exhibitions ahead for you to attend. We have listed them here together for you so you can see them at a glance!
Winter Craft Fair – Saturday 8th December- 1pm-5pm
A Night In New York : Phase 3 & 4 Performing Arts Show – Monday 10th December 6pm
Phase 1 Winter Concert Tuesday 11th December
Morning Performance – 11am – 12pm
Afternoon Performance – 2pm – 3pm
Phase 2 Winter Exhibition – Wednesday 12th December 2pm – 6pm
Phase 2 Winter Exhibition – Wednesday 12th December
It’s with great pleasure and anticipation we invite you to our phase 2 exhibition next Wednesday the 12th of December.
The exhibition explores the question ‘How are places and people different?’ and is a redraft of our exhibition currently in London. It will feature work from all 240 students in Phase 2.
From PBL, we’ll be sharing our 10m x 3m scale model of the Tamar river which explores natural and human geographical features. From English, there’ll be an array of monologues and other works exploring life across the ages on the Tamar and Shackleton’s voyages. Maths will be displaying their learning on settlements through cooking their very own ginger bread settlements for your enjoyment. In addition, Sally will be leading the phase 2 children in singing some wonderful, winter inspired music for your enjoyment.
We’ll also be joined by Devon & Cornwall Refugee Support. We’ll be sharing the history of Devon and Cornwall and sharing stories of life from other parts of the world, to further understand our driving question ‘How are places and people different?”
The exhibition starts at 2pm and runs until 6pm (for those who may be working). The children and staff will be there until 3.15pm to share their learning. We’ll then hand students over to parents/after school care. You’re more than welcome to then stay on longer to continue exploring the learning. We’ll be keeping the river displayed in the atrium until the end of the term for those who can’t make it.
If you have any questions or queries, please contact your child’s Basecamp teacher in the first instance.
The Phase 2 team.
FRAMED- Phase 3 & 4 Winter Exhibition – Wednesday 12th December 4.00 – 5.30pm
Dear Parents and Carers,
Our students would love to have the pleasure of your company on Wednesday 12th December from 4.00 – 5.30 for our Phase Three and Four winter showcase, Framed. Please note that this date is different to the one publicised in the newsletter, which has been amended.
PTFA AGM- Thursday 13th December 7.30pm
We would like to invite all parents/guardians to join us for the PTFA AGM next Thursday 13th December at 7.30pm in PSCA’s office in the Cargo building (around the corner from the Red House, on Hobart Street, opposite the VW garage – there is a PSCA sign on the door).
Friends of PSCA, the Parents Teachers & Friends Association (PTFA) for Plymouth School of Creative Arts has been going since December 2013 and has raised over £30,000 for the school community. As a parent, guardian or staff member of PSCA you are automatically a member of your PTFA!
Our primary focus is fundraising to pay for equipment and experiences to enhance our children’s time at school. We are a charity, registered with the Charity Commission (Charity Number 1169628). We also work in partnership with the school to build a strong community in and around PSCA.
We would love it if you could join us to look back over another successful year, celebrate our achievements as a community and help to shape the organisation in 2019.
We are also looking for parents/guardians, family or staff members to stand for the positions of Co-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary. If you are interested in any of these roles, becoming a committee member or trustee of the charity, or would just like to find out more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Christmas Disco – Phase 3 & 4 – Monday 17th December 6pm-8pm
Phase 3/4 Christmas Disco tickets are now on sale from Tonia Gonzalez and Stephanie Trachet. Students who would like to come along will need to get a permission letter signed by their parent/guardian before a ticket can be bought. These have handed out during a briefing and they will also be some available from Tonia in the lab office. There are only 250 tickets available and they will be allocated on a first come first served basis. All proceeds go to the Borneo Fundraising students to pay for their trip to Borneo next summer.