The latest Ten Tors training walk took place on Sunday 8th November ,the team walked to a war memorial on Dartmoor of a young nineteen year old soldier, who was killed in the first world war. We marked the 2 minute silence at the memorial and placed a couple of poppies on the base of the cross.
On Wednesday 21st October, eleven Year 10 students went to Kingsbridge College to take part in several workshops run by “Medical Mavericks”. This exciting opportunity saw students trying on HazMat suits, learning how to take blood and using ultrasound equipment to mention just a few experiments. They learnt about the underlying Physics and even found
For TINTOBER this year, Miss Tombs’ Tutor Group took it upon themselves to contact TESCO express and create a successful relationship in gaining further tins for the ANODE TINTOBER appeal. Students use the store on Teignmouth road regularly and thought they would reach out to store manager Richard Roope in the hopes he could add
This amazing display of a poppy made from hundreds of poppies was constructed by 9CJG. Well done on such magnificent work!
Some of our Year 7 students at St Cuthbert Mayne school were invited to a Geography Map skills workshop with Post Graduate students from Exeter University. Here they experienced the importance of knowing a range of map skills including Grid References, Symbols and Scale. The year 7s enjoyed their learning and a wide variety of
Just before half term the AS Art group enjoyed a busy day at St. Ives in Cornwall. Students were able to gather first-hand reference material from the many galleries of the town and harbourside, as well as a visit to the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden; the day made a valuable contribution to their
Harry King, a Year 13 student has fulfilled the role of Young Sports Ambassador exceptionally well and is part of the UK Young Ambassador Steering Group. Sixteen Young Ambassadors from England, Scotland and Wales sit on the Group which meets 3 times year to debate, discuss and influence the delivery of the programme to 4000
Our ten Tors Teams took to the moors on Sunday 18th November for their first training walk. There were 35 students in total with 28 new year 9s out for the first time in misty conditions.
The STCM Girls’ Football were an absolute credit to the school winning all 3 of their group stage games (scoring 11 and conceding 1) and going on to win the final 1-0 against Torquay Girls Grammar. RUBY VARNEY 7AL EMMA MOORE 7NRG CHLOE ROGERS 7NCK GABRIELLA WHITEHEAD 7NRG MICHELLE ROMERO 7NRG (2 goals) CARMEN SUTTON
This month St Cuthbert Mayne School hosted the Level 1 Tag Rugby festival for year 3/4. All primary schools from the STCM cluster of primary schools were invited and Priory, St Marychurch, Queensway and St Margaret’s attended all bringing an A and B team. With the Rugby World Cup in full swing this was an