Remembrance Day Service

On Saturday 11th November, 8 St Cuthbert Mayne students respresented the school at the St Marychurch Remembrance Service. This as we know is an annual service and we have always prided ourselves in sending students to represent the school. However, this year I would like to thank our students who volunteered to not only take part but 

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Remembrance Service

Today, we honoured and remembered the sacrifice that soldiers have made with their lives and still are making to protect our country. We stood in silence for two minutes ahead of Remembrance Day to show respect for the soldiers that have sacrificed more than the ordinary person would and to show respect for the lives 

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Course for parents

A course supporting parents to safeguard children who may be at risk or vulnerable to online exploitation or radicalisation is available through a Parent Autism Awareness Information event that St Cuthbert Mayne School has been invited to. Mr Shaikh will be attending the teacher version of course on the 5th December in the afternoon as a representative from the 

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6th Form Open Evening TONIGHT!

Don’t forget our 6th form Open Evening tonight. 6pm-8pm! We look forward to showing you our fantastic facilities, course options and letting you meet our staff who make our 6th form outstanding!

Bristol Theatre Trip for Drama students

Yesterday, 30 GCSE Drama students travelled to Bristol to watch the touring professional performance of ‘Warhorse’ at the Bristol Hippodrome and it did not disappoint. It was a fantastic day from start to finish! A huge thank you to Ms McAughtry for organising the trip and to Mr Boughton and Mr Wright for driving the 

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6th Form students take part in Social Dance

Our 6th form students were recently treated to a social dance lesson from none other than Mr Brown our headteacher!! All 6th form students and staffed danced their way through routines including the waltz, taking our students out of their comforts zones and bringing everyone together. Well done to the 6th form students for being 

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