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23 May. 2016 Posted by WillsR in Event Report

Cornwall Teacher Awards 2016

Ian Kenworthy, who has served as head teacher at Camborne Science and International Academy for a number of years, was recognised for leading Cornwall's top performing state school and was awarded for his commitment to education at the first ever Cornwall Teacher Awards, winning 'Headteacher of the Year'. 

11 May. 2016 Posted by WillsR in Event Report

Artist of the Term

Students in the Art Department at CSIA across all years groups have been producing exceptional artwork this term. With such a selection of high quality, creative work it has been hard to select the very best.

Research sketchbook pages by Anya and Rebecca show creative presentation and visual understanding, and shows great dedication to their homework.

Year 12 Art and Design students Tesni D and Joel B have shown great passion and commitment to their personal exam projects through stunning observational drawing and detailed acrylic painting. 

10 May. 2016 Posted by WillsR in Event Report

London Marathon Success

On Sunday 24 April, Mr. Courtney-Pinn competed in the 2016 Virgin London Marathon. The marathon is 26.2 miles of running. He completed his race in 2 hours, 55 minutes; 5 minutes inside the 3 hour target he had set himself. This also meant that he has achieved a 'Good for Age' time, meaning he has qualified for a place in the 2017 London Marathon next year.

The marathon was an incredible experience for him, running around London; with thousands of people lining every street, cheering competitors on as they went by. 

14 Apr. 2016 Posted by WillsR in Event Report

Puzzle Olympics Super Saturday

Puzzle Olympics 2016!

On Saturday 19 March, 30 local primary school students arrived at CSIA to compete in the 2016 Puzzle Olympics. The 5 exciting events facing them required a lot of determination, mental stamina and great team work. 

After arriving in the stadium, the students got themselves warmed up by introducing themselves to their team-mates and coming up with creative team names. The excitement in the stadium built as the team score sheets were handed out and the 'mathletes' got ready to compete. 

On your marks... get set... go!