This term will end on Friday 17th July at 12:40 PM. Pupils will be expected to have vacated the school premises by 1 pm at the latest. Pupils entitled to a free school lunch should collect this at break time from the school canteen.
The new school term will begin on Thursday 3rd September 2015. All pupils are expected to attend on this day in full uniform. We respectfully request that parents and carers please ensure that their child(ren) is wearing the correct uniform and that they do not arrive at school in breach of our expectations in terms of hairstyle and jewellery. Thank you.
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Year 8 had the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills on Monday 13th July as they formed mini enterprises and developed a business idea and a pitch for the Dragons in Cwmcarn High’s own version of Dragons’ den.
Eve Williams recently competed in the Welsh Schools Athletics Championships and claimed gold in the 200m, 300m and 4x100m relay. As a result of her exceptional performances on the track she was awarded The JDB Williams Memorial Cup, an award for the best performance by a female athlete.
Eve has now been selected to compete for the Welsh Schools Athletics Team in the SIAB International in Grangemouth, Scotland. The Welsh team will compete against the best school aged athletes from England, Ireland and Scotland. Last year Eve finished 3rd in the 300m in a new Welsh Record time and this year she hopes to improve on that.
February 2015 Allana won the welsh acrobatic championship held in Neath. The day consisted of over 300 competitors from all over Wales. The competition is the NDP which is a qualifier to compete with the best from Britain. The British was held in Fenton Manor in Stoke on Trent in May.
Allana had to perform a balance routine containing elite technical moves which gained them a terrific score of 26.55 but was a nail biting moment as the dynamic routine was double somersaults twists etc. they blew the judges away and scored one of the highest scores of the day 27.20.
Amy is a talented athlete in Year 7 who specialises in the discus and javelin. Inspired by her older brother Alex, himself a County level athlete, she took up athletics at a young age.
This Year Amy has won medals at County and National Championships with two golds in the East Wales Championships and a bronze medal in the Welsh Championships. Amy has also been recently crowned the South East Wales Schools Javelin Champion.
I have been riding for 4 years and competing at BSJA for the last 18 months. I am very fortunate as have very hard working parents who sacrifice their hard earned money and time to allow me to own two ponies, a super 8 year old gelding called Tazmanian Devil IV (or Sonic as he is fondly known due to his spikey cropped main) and a new Irish Sports Horse called Kyla.