Archive for November, 2015
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 12th 2015 in Year 11
The 2016 Prom Committee - Abby Selby, Brady Manser, Akvile Gedvilaite, Will Jee and Zac May - have been working hard to come up with a host of money making ideas to help fund this year's Prom!
Fun fundraising plans include:
First Friday of the month (December to May) a cake sale in the Hall at break and Lunch time.
'Guess how many sweets in the jar' and other challenges posted around the College - keep your eyes open!
November 25th Raffle - 25p per ticket, strips £1.00
11th December Film Evening, £1.50 PP
18th December Teachers' Quiz, £2.00 PP.
With more events such as a Fun Run, Guess...
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 12th 2015 in Be Inspired - News of Former Students
Its wonderful and inspiring to hear from former students and learn about the next stages of their education or career. Please keep writing to us!
Adam Davis set us this email:
from Matthew Fry, who was Head boy at CCC last year:
Emma Helliwell, Head Girl 2014-15, is also enjoying life at Exeter College:
We wish all former students continued success and look forward to hearing from you in the future!
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 11th 2015 in Science
Fabulous Science Club on Friday 6th November - five groups getting on with their rat dissections, dyeing and fake-blood-spatter projects, brilliantly supported by the Year 10 helper students.
Science Club happens every Friday, from 1.20pm in Lab.1 These projects run until Christmas so if you see a project you like the look of, or you have a brilliant idea of your own to investigate, don't miss out on the next Science Club start date - Friday 8th January, 2016
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 11th 2015 in Library & Book Club
Students in Cover to Cover Book Club, which meets in the Library every Wednesday lunchtime, are enjoying reading a wide variety of books. Here are some comments from the members:
"I recommend 'The Vanishing of Katharina Linden', because it's really enjoyable as well as interesting" Jaspinder Kaur, 7LCS
"I recommend 'Hamzat's Story' - an amazing true story about a refugee. It tells you about his life in Chechnya. It's got lovely illustrations " Alex Pring, 7AJC
"My recommended read is called 'Maximum Ride' by James Patterson. It's aimed at older teens, with a love of reading. It is epic." Harrison Lawson, 7YBR
"I have ordered Zoe Sugg's...
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 11th 2015 in Sports
Read Mrs Cowen's report of the afternoon.
Congratulations to the Year 9 Girls!
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 5th 2015 in Sports
Some very good runners turned up on October 16th for the annual Inter- House Cross Country event at Cullompton Community College. There were some great individual performances and each finisher collected House points.
Click here for the list of the top five finishers in each Year Group.
Overall House Points were:
1. Athena 120
2. Ares 112
3. Artemis 110
4. Apollo 101
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 5th 2015 in English, Library & Book Club
Great excitment in the Library - on display are the two very different books and CCC students are proudly involved with both books!
16 students saw their work published in 'Grim Tales - The West Country'.The works selected for publication were chosen for their imagination, perception, expression and creative use of language. ' Grim Tales - The West Country' was published on 31st August 2015 -- and will be sent to the British Library and further Libraries across the UK and Republic of Ireland, providing a lasting record of the students' achievement.
Local Primary Schools worked with students from Cullompton Community College through the...
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on November 4th 2015 in Science
Science Club got off to a very sticky start on Friday with Jelly Towers!
Dr. Shepherd extends a welcome to all students - come along to Science Club at lunchtime on a Friday - especially if you are interested in carrying out your own investigations!