European Languages Day is a celebration of all the different languages, cultures and ways of life in Europe. It is celebrated in schools with fun activities and games all over the continent. Here in Cwmcarn High School, KS3 learners took part in a European themed group quiz in class on the day and for homework, made French themed masks.
Learners ALL made a fantastic effort, making Madame Bettosi and Madame Howell-Jones so proud! It was such a difficult competition to judge but finally we managed it! Winners received a prize and also a mini photo shoot in the Modern Foreign Languages Dress Up Selfie Booth!
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We are thrilled to announce Cwmcarn High School’s Senior Student Team for this academic year as follows:
Kyle Butcher (Head Boy), Leah-Marie Hill (Head Girl), Alistair Davies (Deputy Head Boy), Katie Russell (Deputy Head Girl) who are leading a Senior Student Team made up of Kelly Astley-Jones, Chelsea Coles, Nerisse Davies, Oliver Hooper, Cailtan Lloyd, Alice Matthews, Megan Mellish, Abi Richards, Alis Stone, Morgan-Rose Young and Nathan Hardaker.
SAVE approx £350 per year!!
Eligibility for free school meals not only gives children access to a nutritious, healthy and / or hot free meal but also to a range of other subsidies (e.g. free uniforms and council discount cards etc.)
Research shows that learners who access a healthy and / or hot meal during their school lunch break are “more attentive in afternoon lessons, and are fit to learn”. Some data suggests that GCSE performance can be raised by two grades when learners access a healthy and / or hot school meal.
I would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new Year 7 intake. The first week Year 7 has encountered has been very positive and enjoyable, including many new experiences. All learners have started their new academic lives with their new Form Class and teaching group. It has been very pleasing to note so many happy and content learners during what has been a daunting experience. I hope the learners continue to embed the school’s culture and ethos into their everyday activities in school to become positive citizens within the wider community.