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  • Year 8 Autumn Headteacher's Awards

    Published 14/12/18
    Congratulations to the winners of the Year 8 Autumn Headteacher's awards: Art Excellence –  Rhiannon Thomas Endeavour –  Harry Clarke D&T Excellence –  Madi Morton Endeavour –  Saskia Williams English Excellence... Read More
  • Year 9 Autumn Headteacher's Awards

    Published 13/12/18
    Congratulations to the winners of the Year 9 Autumn Headteacher's awards: Art Excellence –  Rocklyn Coles Endeavour –  Brooke Lewis D&T Excellence –  Beau Layman Endeavour –  Liberty Issacs​​​​​​​ English Excellence... Read More
  • Maths Homework 20

    Published 12/12/18
    Well done to all pupils completing the maths challenge homeworks. Loving the homework’s recently produced by Nuray Atay and Hannah Straiton for making their own maths tests and mark scheme and Cameron Diniz Christmas Maths advent calendar. Keep up the good work. Read More
  • MAT Maths Challenge

    Published 10/12/18
    Well done to the outstanding mathematicians in KS3 who took part in a very challenging workshop today.  Read More
  • Climate Change Workshop

    Published 30/11/18
    The geography department recently welcomed guest speaker, Nigel Little, from the charity Meint Cymru/ Size of Wales. Year 8 and Year 11 had the opportunity to learn about how the rainforest in Borneo is exploited for the production of soya and palm oil. They discussed how this contributes to climate... Read More
  • Community work in Maths

    Published 30/11/18
    Well done to 712 who took part in a litter pick around the school and then showed some excellent data handling skills back in the classroom. Read More
  • Shakespeare Schools Festival

    Published 25/11/18
    On Monday the 19th of November a talented group of KS3 pupils took to the stage to perform Much Ado About Nothing as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival. The festival is run by a cultural educational charity called Shakespeare Schools Foundation who organise the world’s largest youth dram... Read More
  • Taking part in Swimming

    Published 25/11/18
    The 20th November saw the Year 8 and 9 swimmers of the SRB Department at St. Cenydd once again take part in the annual Disability Sport Caerphilly swimming gala held at Newbridge Swimming Pool. As always, our pupils were extremely eager to join several other schools in competing at this wonderful... Read More
  • Remembrance

    Published 19/11/18
    After a series of assemblies about remembrance, St. Cenydd pupils paused to mark the centenary of the Armistice in each year group assembly with Tanwen Falloon in year 8 ably playing the Last Post to start the two minutes of silence. Read More
  • Spooktacular Snacks

    Published 19/11/18
    On the 26th October, the Healthy Eating Committee, a portion of the Pupil Senedd, held a healthy snack sale at break time. We created five tasty snacks that included cheesy broomsticks, pumpkin muffins, apple monsters, pumpkin satsumas and banana ghosts. Each individual participated in the creation... Read More
  • Meeting the Welsh Rugby team

    Published 13/11/18
    On Friday 9th November a group of students had the opportunity to visit the Principality Stadium to watch the Welsh rugby team complete their final preparations for the Australia match the following day. The students were randomly selected from the school's rugby teams and represented the s... Read More
  • We are so proud of Amy!

    Published 13/11/18
    Strictly Come Dancing professional and ex St Cenydd pupil Amy Dowden, along with her dance partner Danny John-Jules, were eliminated from the competition last night. Amy proved herself once again to be a brilliant dancer, a gifted teacher and choreographer, and an inspiration to so many children... Read More