This year’s Torquay Celebrate Weekend took place at St. Cuthbert Mayne School on 17th/18th October, with the theme “Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light for my path”. (Psalm 119) The Celebrate conference vision has spread around the country, enabling all age groups to join together in a vibrant and faith-filled
On the 6th and 7th October, 84 Year 11 Geography students visited Slapton Sands to collect data as part of their GCSE Controlled Assessment. Despite the very wet and windy weather conditions, the students worked conscientiously in groups measuring the beach and completing a sediment analysis, and counting the waves at different locations. This information
Pupils in Year 5 of All Saints, Babbacombe Primary were lucky to sample a taster day here at STCM. They were busy creating music in Media and Brazilian Bread in Food Technology. They had a great day and it was a fantastic opportunity for them to see what we can offer as a secondary school.
An excellent Retro sports inter-form competition was held on Friday 16th October with over 80 students taking part. Students competed to gain the first round of points for this year’s inter-form competition in events including the sack race and an egg and spoon race. Students were superbly behaved and great fun was had by all.
Last Friday evening the main school hall was transformed into a live catwalk with staff and students from year 10 all glammed up to walk in the name of charity. The event was well supported with over 150 people attending, with even more buying raffle tickets before the event and donating to the girl’s cause.
Hugely successful day of rugby today for our year 8 team in the 7 aside rugby tournament at Forches Cross. We finished in 3rd position in our group with 14 teams attending. The boys worked incredibly hard and fought valiantly throughout. Congratulations to: Torin Peel Ryan Easterbrook Luis Chalk Brandon Terry Charlie Rovira Dion Humphreys
Congratulations to Katie McGeown who won best Scout 2015 in the sea section for Torbay.
Paignton zoo was the destination for the 6th form Business diploma students last week, who were given the opportunity to use the zoo in their most recent case study. The students were given an educational presentation on all areas of the charity, from the marketing campaigns to promotional strategies used by the organisation. The students
Thursday 30th April saw STCM host our first mini Red Tennis Festival. Four local primary schools-Priory, Ellacombe, St Margarets and Ilsham competed against each other in a modified doubles format. The first half of the festival involved skills training which was led by our Young Sports Ambassadors. Each school rotated around 4 different activity stations
St Cuthbert Mayne 6th form Business students, were taken on a trip to the ‘City that never sleeps’ this Easter holiday with an educational visit to New York City. 13 Students and staff took in the sights and sounds of the big apple, whilst visiting many famous attractions including the Statue of Liberty, Ground Zero