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2 May. 2013 Posted by admin in Lesson Report

Students Make Working Organs

Last week Miss Thomas’ Science group started their new topic called A&E. In the first lesson the group took on the role of trainee doctors pretending they were in a hospital A&E department, having to use their Science knowledge to decide who to treat first and how to treat them.  Luckily most lives were saved.

In order to develop the students knowledge on the organs further they took apart ‘Polly’ our Science model torso, and then watched a heart and lung dissection, where we even managed to get one of the lungs to inflate!

14 Mar. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Michaella Placed in SW Rugby Squad

Michaella Roberts, in year 10, has been selected to play for the South West U15 girls rugby squad for the second year running.  Michaella, who trains with Newquay Queen Bees, is delighted at her selection and is looking forward to training with some of the UK's top coaches at venues such as Harbuty College, Wellington College and Exeter University.

5 Mar. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Bright Future Ahead for CSIA Musicians

Thursday 28th February was an exciting day for the CSIA Music Department.  As the bell rang for the end of the school day, Steve Martin, Head of Music, and his Music Reps began to excitedly unpack the £15,000 of brand-new equipment that had just arrived at the school.

The new equipment, shown in the photos, includes: ten new PCs, powered by an Intel i5 core processor; ten new USB/ MIDI keyboards and ten of the best ASIO soundcards available on the market.

Mr Martin said,

7 Dec. 2012 Posted by admin in Lesson Report

Primary Swimming Gala

On Thursday 29th November over seventy Year five and six students from the Camborne Science and International Academy family took part in a swimming gala. With ability levels ranging from improving all the way to club swimmers, this event was a fantastic opportunity for a large number of students to get active and experience a swimming competition. The atmosphere was electric, with some very close heats and each primary school proudly cheering on their own swimmers.

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