Saskia W has been nominated as Artist of the Month for her outstanding work on Creating Characters and Monsters. She has developed her ink blot into an evil, slimy creature using a variety of pens. She was instructed to use random quantities of body parts and to avoid a human form, which she has done successfully. Saskia’s work is always of a consistent quality, showing originality and the ability to combine different materials and techniques to good effect.
As we commence a busy new term, the House Leaders have been reflecting on a dynamic and successful year for the House System.
At CSIA, students and staff alike thrive on the competition within the four tribes of the system: Masai, Maori, Abenaki and Aztec. Throughout the year, House Leaders organise a range of sporting, academic, creative and extracurricular challenges as a chance for students to win points towards the House League. Significantly, these points are collated and totalled to establish the winner of the all-important House Cup at the end of the year.
7:00am was an early start, waiting for the train at Camborne station. Taylor S, Kayleigh W, Ross W and Rhiannon D, four of Camborne Science and International Academy’s budding Year 8 scientists were on their way accompanied by myself, to take part in the Annual ‘Salters Festival of Chemistry’ at Plymouth University.