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St. Cenydd Community School

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  • A taste of medicine for Year 9!

    Published 15/06/17
    Thirty year 9 pupils got the opportunity to develop some lifesaving skills, and find out more about studying medicine during a visit from Cardiff School of Medicine.  Pupils got to grips with CPR and the science behind the heart with the help of Sarah, a fourth year medical student, and her tut... Read More
  • Bee Hotel Rooms

    Published 15/06/17
    The first of our Bee hotel rooms have been fixed in the Eco Garden;  8.1.3 created the bee bedrooms using the first of our recycled plastic bottles. For the past two weeks, Miss Webber has been holding a plastic bottle amnesty in the school.  We already have hundreds collected and these... Read More
  • Two Teams, One Goal!

    Published 08/06/17
  • Plastic Bottle Recycling

    Published 05/06/17
    The Eco Committee and 813 are collecting empty plastic bottles, so that we can build greenhouse domes in our Eco Garden. We are hoping to germinate flowers and vegetables from seeds, which we can then plant in the garden and attract the bees and insects back. We would be grateful for any of your... Read More
  • Eco Garden

    Published 05/06/17
    Miss Webber selected 813 to be our Eco Gardeners for the summer term. They have been busy clearing the flowerbeds near the school entrance ready for the wildflower garden to burst through during the summer months. Last year pupils from Hendre Primary School helped our Eco Group to construct Bee B... Read More
  • Yourope – Young Art Across Borders

    Published 05/06/17
    Clio Wiegold and Hannah Jones were selected as our school ambassadors to accompany Miss Webber, Miss Allaway and Tracey Moberly (artist) to Germany at the beginning of May. The visit was to explore the city of Ludwigsburg (which is twinned with Caerphilly) and to take part in the beginning stages... Read More
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

    Published 26/05/17
    On Wednesday 3rd May an excited coach full of Year 8 and Year 9 pupils headed off to the Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay to enjoy an amazing performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.  The award winning play is an adaptation of a novel of the same name by Mark Haddon; a... Read More
  • Thank you for your support

    Published 19/05/17
    Meg Owen, Head Girl and Youth Ambassador, presented a cheque to Miss Collins, Headteacher and members of our School Council on behalf of Penyrheol, Trecenydd and Energlyn Community Council.   The school was delighted to receive this award, which will be used to support pupil environmental... Read More
  • Year 7 Wicked Trip

    Published 02/05/17
    Our trip started at 7.30am with everyone feeling super excited at our trip to London to see the West End musical Wicked!  We had been waiting weeks to see it!   The hustle and bustle of London was something that lots of us had never experienced before and as we drove through Miss Adams... Read More
  • Ski USA

    Published 02/05/17
    During the Easter break a group of 85 students and 9 staff travelled to Killington, USA for a week of skiing in the mountains of Vermont.  The students from Years 8-12 enjoyed 4 hours of skiing each day and all of them progressed fantastically through the week!  By the end of the week seve... Read More
  • Year 8 Aladdin Trip

    Published 01/05/17
    So we left school at 7.15am… so early!  The sixth formers had their Pyjamas on, we had enough blankets and cushions to refurbish a shop, and enough sugar and chocolate coated sweets to keep us awake for a week!  On our way to the services we had a few little sing songs and practiced... Read More
  • Year 11 Revision Conference

    Published 24/04/17
    On Monday 24th  selected Year 11 pupils  attended a PIXL conference at Cardiff City Hall. The aim of the conference was to support pupils in preparation for their upcoming English and Mathematics GCSE exam.  Well done to all who attended, keep up the hard work... Read More