Could you design a Christmas themed school logo like the one above? Enter our 2015 Christmas Logo design competition and the winning logo will replace the traditional School logo on our website and social media channels over Christmas! Could that design be yours? The Winner will also receive 10 Merits!
Read on to find out how you can enter the competition!
Year 11 and Sixth Form Mock examinations begin on Monday 30th November 2015 and end on Wednesday 9th December 2015. Learners should be in school throughout this exam period and be attending registration and lessons as usual but should be revising hard now to perform the best that they can.
Many children within Caerphilly CBC are already eating free school meals, but there are some who are not, even though their parents/carers may be eligible. The concern is that children may be missing out on this important benefit to which they are entitled. Additionally, the number of free school meal claimants is a factor in reporting school performance and is also used by Welsh Government to determine levels of funding for schools and the Council.
Parents who pay for their child to have school meals could save around £580 per year if they qualify for free school meals.
This year, in celebration of European Day of Languages, the French department offered all learners in Years 7, 8 and 9 the opportunity to take part in a competition. This was to tap into their creative side and design a mobile phone case on a French theme.
The standard of the entries was very high with our students showing the depths of their enthusiasm for French, France. moustaches, snails, baguettes and Paris! There were so many fantastic entries that it was a difficult competition to judge! But we in the French department fought it out and finally came to a decision!
Languages Week at Cwmcarn High School!
What fun Year 7, 8 and 9 learners had during Languages Week at CHS! We celebrated the different languages and cultures of the world in the week running up to European Languages Day on the 26th September. Languages Week got off to a positive start with a whole school assembly by Mrs. Bettosi, Head of French who focused on the necessity of language learning amongst young people and the fantastic opportunities for learning a second (or third or fourth!) language here at CHS.