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From Plymouth School of Creative Arts

17

Jun

Vernon Flying in Physics

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Vernon from Year 8 has been accepted onto the accelerated Physics Student Community programme at Exeter Maths School!Vernon has been selected from a huge pool of students across the South West, and will be taking part in workshops over the next academic year to become the best version of himself.Well done Vernon!

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14

Jun

Calling all Year 8 and 9 students!

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Are you involved with any school teams or clubs? Do you like trying new things? Would you like an Award to go on your CV, before you’ve even taken any exams?The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme can make use of the activities you are already involved in, as well as introducing you to new ideas, whilst helping you […]

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13

Jun

Tavi Trails and Bike Tales

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The latest Mountain Bike Club trip saw our riders head to Tavi Woods, a Downhill Trail Centre run by Gawton Gravity Hub. We owe them a huge thanks, as they have allowed us to ride here for free, in the hope of fostering a good relationship between themselves, us, and a potential group of future members (and based on […]

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13

Jun

Bake Off Judge

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We are delighted to announce the judge of our Bake Off Contest 2019 is our very own PSCA parent David Nottage! David is definitely well qualified for the role as an award winning Executive Producer making TV food shows for more than 20 years.He is currently making James Martin’s Saturday Morning for ITV, and has […]

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13

Jun

Diving For Success

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Year 6 student Harlie competed in the South West Regional Diving Competition recently. Out of a field of 22 competitors, Harlie bagged the title of South West Champion in the age 12-13 years category, winning a Gold medal and beating her own personal best in the process.This was a qualifying event to compete for the National Skills competition taking […]

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13

Jun

School Production 2020

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Our School production in 2020 will be Beauty and the Beast Jr.!! We are going to be beginning rehearsals towards our next school production (Feb 2020) this term! Every Monday 3.30-4.30pm – starting from Monday 17th June. Open to current Year 7s to Year 10s at the moment. If a student is in Phase 2 or moving into year […]

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13

Jun

Dance Teacher Nominated

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PSCA dance teacher, Chris Gilchrist has been nominated for the Teacher of the Year award at this year’s Plymouth Community Honours. The recognition comes for his amazing work in the community with Rhythm City Dance Studio, which is run from the Red House. Rhythm City reaches, develops and brings about positive change for those hardest to reach within the disadvantaged communities […]

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7

Jun

Phase 2 Poetry Evening

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Dear Parents and Carers,Thank you so much for attending the Phase 2 Poetry Evening yesterday! There was a great buzz around the English studio, with plenty of students eager to get onstage and read both poems they had written, and poems they had heard over the course of the term. They have put so much […]

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7

Jun

Year 4 Residential

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In the last week of last half term year 4 engaged with the countryside at Colehayes Manor House.  We stayed in the beautiful manor house for three days and two nights. whilst we were there we took part in a huge range of activities including a disco, fishing for leeches, exploring by the pond, interacting […]

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6

Jun

Summer Reading Challenge 2019

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Phase One and then Phase Two had a special guest from the library in their assemblies this week. The children listened politely and were excited to hear about the Summer Reading Challenge ’Space Chase’. It runs from 13th July – 14th September but do go along to the library and get signed up – there are so many […]

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