This Week’s News!
There’s a lot going on at CBC this week – Spring has definitely sprung even if the weather doesn’t know it yet! Assemblies this week are really positive – rewarding our successful students and looking at Fairtrade (which we’re also making a big deal of in the canteen, staffroom and sixth form area). There are also some well-deserved reward trips going out for selected students in Y8 and Y10. A bigger trip, as part of the Comenius Project, has also gone to Belgium this week with Miss. Stone and Mr. Hafesji – I’m sure they’ll write to you all when they get back.
Another, more sombre, trip went today with four Y12 students spending the day in Poland. The trip has been funded by the Holocaust Educational Trust/UK government and involves our students visiting;
A pre-WW2 Jewish village
A multi faith remembrance ceremony in Auschwitz.
Linked to this, students have also been carrying out their roles as Anne Frank Ambassadors by guiding international visitors during the exhibition being held at Kala Sangam.
The final session of the Tales from the Road art project will have taken place this week. However, as one exciting opportunity ends, another begins with the In Communities Interbuild Skills Competition – 9th and 11th March 2015.
Meanwhile, Miss. Henstock is still searching for toys and baby equipment to support the year 11 Child Development course. Any equipment, toys or books for children aged 0 to 5 would be entirely appreciated. Please pass these to Miss Henstock if you can help.