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12

Oct

The Big Watercolour 4!

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The Big watercolour Day hosted by Plymouth School of Creative Arts saw families accross the city engage in the wonderful world of watercolour! The day had a steady flow of people and families of all ages coming together to paint. It’s been lovely to see some familiar faces that have come back to the 4th […]

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12

Oct

Phase One Great Learning

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We are excited to share with you some of the fabulous learning that has taken place this term in Phase One. Our overarching theme for the Phase has been ‘Where We Are’ and the children have enjoyed some wonderful learning opportunities.

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12

Oct

Dancing with the professionals

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Last week saw a great week in the dance department with two visits from professionals including Dame Darcey Bussell. 30 students from Year 3 had the opportunity to attend the DDMIX school’s competition during Wednesday morning where they watched students from other Plymouth schools perform for Darcey Bussell in the Theatre. It was a lovely […]

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12

Oct

Barges, Sailing, Paddlesports and Surfing

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Barge Residential Weekends One of the weekends has had to be rearranged in the spring due to the weather but two of the planned residentials resulted in 5 families having the opportunity to sleep (or not to sleep) in a hammock on a restored Barge on the Tamar River. Looking after the Barge, preparing their […]

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10

Oct

Origins Creative Arts Festival Showcases TINT

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PhotoMedia students at Plymouth School of Creative Arts were lucky enough to be invited to exhibit their student made TINT magazine in the Origins Creative Arts Festival. This was held over the summer by University Arts London. PhotoMedia Course lead Cass Bisco says: “We are extremely proud of our students making the selection for Origins […]

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5

Oct

Racing for Cancer Research

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Phase Two students raised a whopping £2560.57 for Cancer Research as part of the their summer sports day! In July the students participated in the Race For Life as part of their sports day, in order to raise money for Cancer Research. The students had to collect and raise their own sponsorship money through their sponsorship forms, in order […]

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5

Oct

Plymouth Art Weekender 2018

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Plymouth School Of Creative Arts played host to another fabulous Plymouth Art Weekender this year. Art works adorning our walls ranged from amazing textiles works by Jonathan Price, abstract paintings by Glenn Littlechild and beautiful illustrations by Abigail Ray. A big thanks to the PTFA for help with the refreshments and to everyone who came […]

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5

Oct

Dame Darcey Bussell Strictly Red House

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Dance lovers from across the city flocked to The Red House on Wednesday evening to sell out show ‘An Audience with Dame Darcey Bussell’. The former prima ballerina and current Strictly Come Dancing Judge very kindly volunteered her time to a group of our students who have been busy raising money for a conservation trip […]

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4

Oct

Phase 2 Explore Settlements

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Within the project based learning department (PBL) within phase 2 they have been learning about settlements and have produced a fantastic table-top display showing linear, dispersed and nucleated settlement types. The children have been busy making cardboard houses, trees, bridges, horses, sheep, people and ponds. Their interest in it has been fascinating to watch and […]

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28

Sep

Tales of Terror

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Phase Two: Tales of Terror Evening Thursday 18th October 3.30 Phase 2 students, their parents/guardians are invited to join us for a spooktacular evening sharing Tales of Terror written by Year 5 and 6 students. Work will be displayed for you to see and some will be reading their own stories – if you’re brave […]

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