Camborne Science and International Academy students, parents and staff have again shown their generosity in donating over 500 shoeboxes towards the annual ‘Operation Christmas Child’ shoebox collection.
The shoebox collection continues to engage our students, and this year was no exception with a tremendous number being donated. The students take great pride and enjoyment in collecting the shoeboxes and our thrilled at making a difference to the lives of young people.
The Remembrance Parade at Praze-an-Beeble, held on Sunday 9th November, provided Chloe G from Year 10 with a tremendous privilege on this special day.
Chloe G sounded the Last Post and Reveille during the Praze-an-Beeble Remembrance Parade. Chloe said, “I was aware that it was a big honour to be asked. I felt extremely nervous, but was very pleased with how well it went. The reality of the event has still not sunk in, but I would definitely do it again.”
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.