Archive for March, 2016
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 22nd 2016 in English
Year 9 students in Miss Pring's class have enjoyed analysing and interpreting Mark Haddon's novel "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
Mrs Pring was delighted with their effort and enthusiasm in designing their own book covers and accompanying blurb for the Novel.
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 22nd 2016 in Sports, Year 7
The first group of runners....
...and the second
For more photos see our Album - Sports Relief 2016 https://youtu.be/KTR6Lzj3_qw
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 17th 2016 in Design & Technology
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 14th 2016 in Sports
The U12 Girls are East Devon District Netball Champions!
The girls’ first game was against Honiton and they won convincingly.
The second game was against Axe Valley and again the girls won by a large margin.
The third game of the pool was against a strong Kings’ side and once again the girls won.
In the pool games the girls did not concede a goal!
Winning 3 out of 3 games put the U12’s girls through to the semi-final. There they faced Exmouth Community College, winning the semi-final 6-2.
The final was against Colyton Grammar School who have won the tournament for the last 6 years....
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 10th 2016 in Featured News
The excitement is mounting as this year's Cullompton's got Talent date approaches!
Join us on Wednesday 23rd March from 6pm. Tickets will be on sale at the door - £3.50/£2.00 and the PTFA will be providing refreshments during the interval.
With 15 very talented acts - including singers, dancers and musicians - it promises to be an enjoyable evening. Mrs Dawson-Todd, Head of Music, says we have some excellent contestants and competition will be fierce!
Prizes to include House points for every entrant, with extra House points for the Winner!
Posted by Anne-Mary Mackie on March 10th 2016 in Library & Book Club
Alex Pring won the coveted prize of a Book Token and gigantic Chocolate Gold Medal in our recent Quiz. He also received 50 House points.
The quiz was part of numerous events held throughout the College on World Book Day.
Alex found the book titles and characters hidden in the News and Blog on the school website and was the first to hand in the correct answers.
He is pictured here with the College Librarian, Mrs Holmes, who awarded the prizes.