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6 May 2020

Health and Mental Wellbeing Project
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6 May 2020

Health and Mental Wellbeing Project

Staff from each of our schools have completed the Health and Mental Wellbeing Project through Yoga and Meditation. They completed the training (trained by a qualified Yoga and Meditation Instructor) and delivered a supported 6 week training block to a group of selected students. They attended the training after school (8 weeks) and then delivered the Yoga sessions in their own time during Lunchtime or after school.

We are looking forward to being able to offer this as a club once we return to school. This will help students to secure clear relaxation and stress relief strategies through physical activity. Students can use these strategies to enhance wellbeing.

24 April 2020

Home Learning Art Work
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24 April 2020

Home Learning Art Work

Coleridge, Parkside and Trumpington students have been creating some fantastic Artwork during this period of home learning. We are really impressed with their hard work!

Year 8 students are studying carnival in Create. Teacher of Art at Parkside, Ms Matine, received these amazing pictures of one of her student’s work.

Mr Dempsey, Teacher of Art at Trumpington, has been receiving some great work from Year 8 students who are studying Carnival this term. They have been focusing on the Day of the Dead festival.

Mrs Millen, teacher of Art at Coleridge, ran an Easter challenge to design an egg inspired by an artist. Here are some of the winners from Year 7,8 and 9 students. Well done to everyone who entered.

Mr Dempsey, Teacher of Art at Trumpington, has been receiving some great observation drawings and artist research from Year 9 students.

27 February 2020

Coronavirus: School Reopening
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27 February 2020

Coronavirus: School Reopening

Our schools are following the government guidelines with regard to the reopening of schools. Please contact enquiries@cap.education if you have any questions.

For further information, please click the links in the table below.

Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology Covid 19 Risk Assessment Autumn 2020

How to use fabric face coverings

Clothing Masks Infographic

Coleridge Community College Risk Assessment Sept 2020

Guidance for Visitors

Quick Guide for Parents

Parkside Community College & Parkside Sixth Overview of Arrangements

Reopening Risk Assessment

Arrivals, Uniform and Equipment Letter

Face Coverings & School Day Letter

End of Year Letter

Key information about PE lessons

Trumpington Community College
The Galfrid Primary School

What Do You Want To Do Today? – Personal Wellbeing and Fun Guide – This guide contains ideas and links to a number of exciting, interesting and useful resources. Click on the image below to view the full guide.

Please visit the GOV.UK website for the latest COVID-19 information.

Our schools are closely monitoring and following the government COVID-19: guidance for education settings

16 January 2020

Holocaust Memorial Day Events
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16 January 2020

Holocaust Memorial Day Events

Over 350 Year 7 students from across our schools have worked with Historyworks, a company bringing history to life, former Children’s Laureate Poet Michael Rosen and local Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD).

Students have attended a poetry workshop with celebrated author and former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen, in which they heard his own family story of the Holocaust and how he discovered over 40 years what happened to his Great Aunt and Uncle. He read poems he has written on the topic and students wrote their own original pieces of poetry in response to the project.

We also welcomed local Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke, who spoke movingly to students about her experience and the devastating impact it had on Jewish people across Europe, so that the horrors will never be forgotten.

Students will also take part in the HMD Civic Ceremony in Cambridge on Sunday 26th January at the Corn Exchange. They will read their poems alongside Michael Rosen, perform dance and drama pieces inspired by his poetry and the CAP choir will sing a specially commissioned song Michael has written as well as students’ artwork being displayed.

Cambridge Academic Partnership has been working with these partners for the last three years meaning over 1500 students have experienced the project and its lasting effects.

Craig Morrison, Executive Headteacher, said: “Holocaust Memorial Day serves a multitude of purposes in schools like ours. It is not only an opportunity to remember and mourn the horrors of the greatest terror and tragedy of the twenty-first century, but it is also an opportunity for pupils of all ages to consider issues of difference, freedom and identity in our society today. We are very grateful to Michael Rosen and Eva Clarke for their work with our students, which I know has been hugely valuable.”

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Coronavirus: School Reopening September 2020

Our schools are following the government guidelines with regard to the reopening of schools. Please click 'read more' for further information.

We will be limiting the number of visitors to school and ask that no one comes to school uninvited. Please contact us via telephone or email and we will arrange either an online meeting or if needed a face to face meeting outside school hours.