Artwork of the week

Artwork of the week goes to Sara  for her beautiful collage final piece. This reflects her fantastic research demonstrating hard work and commitment to art GCSE. Well done Sara, super effort. Mrs Southworth

Student of the week

The Student of the Week this week is Sam R.  Sam took part in a sponsored swim for the Wave project which helps young people with their physical and emotional wellbeing. Sam swam a mile in just under an hour

Coronavirus advice

Dear Parents/Carers,We write in relation to the on-going Coronavirus outbreak that you will no doubt be aware of from the media and other sources. As a school, we are obliged to follow the instructions and guidance appropriate to our educational

Student of the week

James has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week. The nomination was made by Mr Roberts. On a recent Art trip to Exeter James put £2 in a homeless person’s hat. This was done without any fuss or

Artwork of the week

This week, Mr Piper nominated Carla and Hannah’s RE artwork, which was based on the Holocaust. The quality of the works were so high, that I felt both students deserved to receive “Artwork of the Week”. Well done girls, we

SMCC Chess Team

  The SMCC Chess squad travelled to Ilfracombe on Tuesday to compete in the North Devon Schools Chess Tournament. It was a great afternoon will all students winning at least one game and some winning almost all. Well done!

Artwork of the week

This week, Louis’s amazing painting is Artwork of the week. Louis is always very humble about his work and I was stunned when I saw the quality of his ducks painting. Well done Louis, we are very proud of you.

Year 11 Art Trip

On January 30th, Year 11 GCSE Art students visited RAMM in Exeter for a day of observation drawing as part of their GCSE Exam preparation. We all had an enjoyable, productive day; well done Year 11! Mrs K NosedaHead of

Library displays

Mrs Sauerzapf our librarian has made some fantastic displays in the library. Pop along and have a look! The world map highlighting the ‘cultural capital’ of reading. Time to read ~ the library clock. BookFlix ~ speaks for itself. What