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17

May

Playground Crowdfunder Update!

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DONATE HERE We want to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us so far. We are now up to £3,976 with nearly 89 supporters! Will you be the person that helps us tip the £4,000 mark? Week 3 of the Crowdfunder has definitely seen a slump in the number and amount […]

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17

May

Ten Tors Success!

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Over the weekend of May 10th-12th the 1st ever PSCA Ten Tors team, undertook the Ten Tors Challenge on Dartmoor – finishing their 35 mile route just after midday on the Sunday. Ethan, Rowan, Oscar, Finn, Sachin and their Team Leader Alicia left school at 9.20 on Friday – cheered off by the reception class […]

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10

May

Mufti Playground Crowdfunder!

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Dear Parents On Friday the 24th May, we are having a whole school mufti day for a £1 donation to support the playground crowdfunder. Please check out our page at: www.crowdfunder.co.uk/PSCAplayground We will also be having an after-school ‘Playground Party’ in the small playground on the same day. There will be Hotdogs and Veggie hotdogs, […]

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10

May

Support us: New playground!

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DONATE HERE We are nearly 2 weeks into our crowdfunder and have raised £3,315 with just 77 supporters which is still a small portion of our school community. We are asking our whole school community to support us – with 1015 pupils in our school – we are confident that with everybody’s support we can […]

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10

May

Surfs up

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16 hardy people, over 7 families braved the water temperature and had a cracking day surfing at Bigbury on Sunday afternoon. 2 hours in the water, followed by a hot chocolate was the perfect end to a wonderful afternoon.For more information contact Tors  Tors FroudProject ManagerMaking Waves Together Project Twitter- @waves_making Instagram- makingwavestogetherprojectFacebook- makingwavestogetherTelephone- 07521 502996

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10

May

Watersports Taster Days

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On Saturday at the Mount Batten Centre 48 people attended our taster day, trying sailing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding with our instructors. It was chilly but it was an incredible day for all involved. There was a lot of laughing and some splashing but heaps of smiles. Followed by a hot chocolate at the […]

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8

May

The Silence 2!

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Students from across the city gather to experience ‘The Silence 2’ a PSCA student organised performance event, which saw live music combine with a Silent Disco. A dedicated team of Phase Four students and UAL music students were responsible for organising the whole event ranging from promotions, A&R, budgeting, performing and managing the event itself. […]

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29

Apr

Our New Playground

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Our Crowdfund page is now live!!! Check out www.crowdfunder.co.uk/PSCAplayground for further details and to pledge! The faster we hit our target, the sooner we can instruct Pentagon Play to come and complete the work! Please share the flyers, video, crowdfund page with friends, family and associates to encourage them to support us! This is stage 2 of our project – […]

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26

Apr

Welsh National Opera

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This week the music department was visited by the Welsh National Opera. Students had a 45 minute workshop introducing them to a world of opera! We were then invited to the Theatre Royal to watch one of their Schools Concerts. These are aimed at Key Stages 2-4, providing the opportunity for young people to experience […]

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26

Apr

Mini Bike Race Night!

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During the Easter break, the PSCA MTB Club held a fundraising event, with a difference! The evening kicked off with entrants making timed laps of the first floor, using the club’s smallest kids mountain bikes. Having paid their £5 entry fee, racers had to follow the taped course and complete it in the shortest time […]

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