Today, learners started the day with a special World Book Day assembly where many costumed staff discussed their favourite children’s books, including James and the Giant Peach and Danny the Champion of the World.
The most performed short play to the late teens age group in the UK is coming to Cwmcarn for one night only courtesy of Year 12 Performing Arts.
Our production of Mark Wheeller's award winning drink drive documentary drama pulls no punches as it tells the harrowing tale of a young woman who kills her sister in an alcohol-related road accident.
7pm Thursday 13th March in the Performing Arts Centre. Refreshments on arrival. Play running time approx. 45 minutes.
Could the parents of all Year 10 and 11 learners please be aware that the trip to Blackwood to see Of Mice and Men will take place next Monday 10th March. The permission slip and payment needs to be in school as soon as possible to secure a place for your child. This is an excellent opportunity to see a live production of the novel. Your child has an exam on this text this summer. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me at school.
World Book Day is the biggest celebration of books and reading in the world!
On Thursday 6th March, Cwmcarn High School will be celebrating World Book Day. Learners are asked to dress up as a character from their favourite book. Throughout the day learners will be enjoying activities relating to World Book Day.
To address some rumours that have been circulating today. Friday 21st February is NOT a mufti day. All learners are expected to attend school in full school uniform.
Year 13 learners will need to apply independently for university finances.
They do this using Student Finance Wales at www.studentfinancewales.co.uk and there are deadlines they will need to keep to.