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    Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

    On the 15th August, Dominique Adams and Elouise Robinson left Cornwall to fly to Tanzania, Africa, to take on the...
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    Moscow- The 10th International Student Science fair- A lift to the future.

    Our students have the opportunity to travel to some amazing countries here at CSIA, and we have strong relationships...
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    Archery GB Opportunity

    Alex R has recently been offered a place on the Archery GB Regional Performance Academy Programme. This offer...
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    Open Evening at Camborne Science and International Academy

    On Monday 15th September Camborne Science & International Academy opened its doors for another very successful Open...
  • Discovery Days

    Dear Parent/Carer I am writing to invite you and your Year 6 child to attend a Discovery Day at Camborne Science and...
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    South Africa, By Esme Bamber

    “Lomela” is how to say hello in Sesotho. As I am writing this we are waiting for our plane home from Cape Town. The...
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    Consistently Excellent GCSE Performance Continues

    Camborne Science and International Academy’s staff and students celebrated an outstanding set of GCSE results this week...
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    Academy Celebrates Remarkable A Level Achievers

    Camborne Science and International Academy is celebrating another fantastic set of A-Level results with a 99% pass rate...
  • Production 2015

    We are delighted to announce that the CSIA Spring 2015 Production will be the musical play, "Little Shop of Horrors". ...
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    Sports Day, 9th July 2014

    Students from Camborne Science & International Academy enjoyed another highlight of the school calendar on...

Consistently Excellent GCSE Performance 71% A*CEM

Our GCSE 5A*-C including English and Maths rate was 72% in 2013 and remains very high at 71% in 2014 and likely to increase as final results come in; despite a number of changes in the way this is measured. This is the critical measure used to rank schools in the League Tables. We are proud of our success and confident that students will continue to achieve in a similar way for many years to come. See our pictures here >>>

Welcome to CSIA: Creating opportunity, promoting achievement, encouraging responsibility.

‘A very professional school with a family oriented ethos.’ - OFSTED 2012


16 Sep. 2014 Posted by SearleC in Round Up

House News

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.

27 Jun. 2014 Posted by SearleC in Event Report

The Salters and Royal Society of Chemistry Student Festival 2014

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.

26 Jun. 2014 Posted by SearleC in Round Up

A taste of VI Form Photography

This academic year at CSIA has seen a cohort of passionate, dedicated and talented young photographers developing their craft.  This had led up to the recent moderation exhibition and we look forward to celebrating their results in August.  Students explored a variety of different conceptual topics through a lens, including the media, issues of bullying and disability and mental health.  Students have experimented with numerous new skills and equipment including macro photography, digital manipulation, studio photography, black and white film development and darkroom printing.

26 Jun. 2014 Posted by SearleC in Event Report

Science Trip to @ Bristol

At 8.30 on 18 June, 39 gifted and talented scientists from year 5 in our local primary schools and staff set off from Camborne Science and International Academy.  Our destination was @Bristol for a day of science and fun.  Students joined us from Connor Downs School; Penponds School; Rosemellin Community primary school; Roskear CP Junior & Infant School; St. John’s RC Primary School; St. Meriadoc CE Junior School; Trevithick School; and Weeth School; we all had a fantastic day.

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