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Come to visit us and take a tour around our wonderful school on Tuesday 9th July. We welcome all children and families who are considering St. Cuthbert Mayne as an option for secondary education.    ...

Our Accelerated Reader Target Achievers this term were rewarded with The Greatest Showman themed party yesterday to celebrate their success. They watched the film, ate hot dogs and freshly cooked popcorn, along with lots of treats. There were also magic tricks and a selection of...

We had the huge pleasure of taking a group of our year 7 and 8 students to Waterstones book store last week to give presentations on four of the  books that had been nominated for this year's prestigious Carnegie Award.  Our students had met with a...

The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are the UK's oldest and most prestigious children's book awards, recognising outstanding writing and illustration in books for children and young people. The CILIP Carnegie Medal is awarded every year by children's librarians for an outstanding book written in...

We celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 7th March and this year’s theme, due to popular demand, was Harry Potter. The library was magically transformed into Hogwarts to celebrate year 7 and 8 students who have achieved their Accelerated Reader target and some students for being...

On Thursday 7th February, 50 students attended a matinee performance of Matilda the musical at Theatre Royal Plymouth. All of the students loved the enchanting storyline, creative costumes and upbeat numbers. They were a credit to STCM and themselves. Thank you to Ms McAughtry, Mrs...

                    This year World Book Day will be held  on Thursday 7th March.  To celebrate World Book Day the School Library will be holding a week of events and competitions.  The biggest of these will be our Grand...

Last term one of our librarians, Mrs Dennis, put in a bid for some Christian books for our library, funded by the charity "Speaking Volumes".  We were successful with our bid and now have some lovely new books on our shelves for students and staff...

Why are we changing? Students and staff have told us that some behaviour at St Cuthbert Mayne School is not always as good as it could be. We believe that learning-behaviour at St Cuthbert Mayne School should be outstanding. There are areas of inconsistency in the way people...