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St. Cenydd Community School

St. Cenydd Community School

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  • Hay Festival

    Published 07/06/24
    On Friday the 24th of May 2024 we went to Hay-on-Wye; it truly felt like a once in a lifetime experience to be there. We all had a breathtaking opportunity to listen to three authors give us a speech about their books and the story behind them. The three authors were Sarah Crossan, Ashley Hicks... Read More
  • Year 7 question the author!

    Published 05/06/24
    Our Year 7 SRB pupils had a wonderful opportunity to send questions to children's book author Kaye Umansky who wrote the book we are reading at the moment: 'Meet the Weirds.'  We read the book every year with our Year 7 SRB learners but have never before made contact with th... Read More
  • Morfa Bay 2024

    Published 05/06/24
    The month of May is always an exciting one for our SRB as it sees our annual residential visit to outdoor pursuits centre Morfa Bay, based in Pendine. We took students from Year 9 and 10 for three fun-filled days of activities that included Bodyboarding, Zip wire, High Rope activities, Bush Craft... Read More
  • Royal Mail visit

    Published 05/06/24
    Just before Summer half-term, our Year 8 and 9 SRB students were welcomed by the Manager of our local Royal Mail sorting office in Caerphilly to complete a wonderful study we had been doing on letter writing and the postal service. Our students began by learning how to write a letter and the... Read More
  • Iceland Fieldtrip 2024

    Published 23/05/24
    Over the Easter break, pupils from Years eight to ten were fortunate enough to travel to Iceland on a five day field trip that would create memories to last a lifetime. Whilst there pupils experienced the immense natural beauty and rich culture that the country boasts, seeing the Northern lights on... Read More
  • RVE Department visits the Shree Swaminarayan Temple

    Published 21/05/24
    Last week, a large group of Year 7 students visited the Shree Swaminarayan Temple in Cardiff - the first and largest temple in Wales. During the visit, students were given the opportunity to experience a guided tour of the temple, including an opportunity to observe symbols, use artefacts, play... Read More
  • Good luck!

    Published 15/05/24
    For many of our KS4 and KS5 students, this week sees the start of their formal examinations. All staff and members of the St Cenydd community wish them good luck. We are confident that their hard work will be rewarded when they receive their results this summer. The student tab on our w... Read More
  • Young Enterprise

    Published 14/05/24
    Year 12 Business Students at St Cenydd School recently took part in the regional Young Enterprise finals for South East Wales. A team of Year 12 students created their business over the course of the academic year, deciding on the company name, product, business plan, financial management and sellin... Read More
  • First class mathematicians

    Published 08/05/24
    Well done to both Evan Lougher and Rhydian Davies in Year 12 for completing the further maths problem solving course. Read More
  • Shakespeare schools festival

    Published 01/05/24
    We embarked on a reimagining of Shakespeare's, debatably, most famous play, Macbeth. Through the lens of Lady Macbeth and her breathtaking outlook, the St. Cenydd Shakespeare Schools Cast ensured a gripping, heartfelt and thrilling production. The students dedicated so much of their time to... Read More
  • Urdd 7's

    Published 30/04/24
    An incredibly successful week for our pupils at the Urdd National 7s tournament in Cardiff. The hard work and determination over the last few years truly paid off with some spectacular performances across the board. We entered teams from Year 7 right the way through to seniors. Almost... Read More
  • London trip to the Globe theatre

    Published 30/04/24
    At the start of the Summer term 55 pupils ventured the long distance to London. Whilst there they experienced a boat tour of The Thames. Pupils enjoyed finding out about famous buildings they recognised such as Elizabeth Tower home to ‘Big Ben’ and The Tower of London. But also lis... Read More