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18 Sep. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Film Making Success

We are pleased to share exciting news of incredible student success, a great example of independent learning and an example of the diverse talents of CSIA students.
Emily Y (10G) is one of our top Year 11 students. She has represented our school in various events and roles, including: ISSF, Prefect, Youth Speaks and she has been selected for the Thailand trip this term. Emily has also been a committed regular at Film Club since it was added to the extra curricular program, along side her other numerous activities and involvements.

21 Jun. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Projectability Wins

On Friday 7th June eight students from Camborne Science and International Academy attended the Project Ability Athletics Championships.  The Project targets young people with physical and sensory disability aged 9-16, establishing clear and coherent sports pathways within a local context.  They are especially keen to engage with those disabled young people in mainstream education that may not get opportunities to compete.

6 Jun. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Baton Twirling Success

On Saturday 18th May, Poppy L in Year 9 competed at the Nation Baton Twirling Association’s Regional Finals in Taunton.

She did very well to be placed 2nd in her solo twirl routine in N.B.T.A’s junior category and if it weren’t for other plans, she would be heading to the National Finals in Leicestershire in October.

6 Jun. 2013 Posted by admin in Event Report

Rosewarne House Visit

Written by Year 9 GCSE Health & Social Care students

On 14th May 2013, our Health & Social Care group, along with our teacher Mrs Simpson, went on a visit to Rosewarne House in Camborne.  Rosewarne House is part of disability charity, Scope and is a residential home for people with Cerebral Palsy.  We were all excited and a little nervous of what to expect, but we are pretty sure that we can all say that those nerves soon faded.

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