Year 9 Hair and Beauty students have been treated to a hands on a practical workshop with a top nail art practitioner.
The students were amazed at the range of colour combinations and nail art options available. Miss Greet stepped in as a willing volunteer as students first watched a 'Shellac' demonstration, before attempting their own nail art on a slightly concerned Miss Greet!
The expert guidance of Miss Rogers-Macfarlane was on offer to support the students in their first experience of nail art.
This year's World Book Day was celebrated with a bang at C.S.I.A.
The Creative Writing Club organised and hosted a 'Mad Hatter's Tea Party' in the English department with a fantastic array of homemade cakes and treats. Student's eagerly flocked to the English block to sample some exciting cuisine!
There were also a range of 'mad hats' on display, with Miss Rogers-Macfarlane sporting a lovely bowler hat and Mr. Caskey showing off a brightly coloured woolen number!
CSIA’s new creative writing club has already caught the attention of top judges in a recent creative writing competition for ‘Smuggler’s Brew’ with the Cornish Tea Company.
Competitors were asked to write a short piece discussing what Cornwall means to them which, if successful, was to be published on the sides of the boxes of tea. Members of the creative writing club eagerly took on the challenge and got busy editing and redrafting.