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With high expectations the year 10 rugby team did not disappoint! We started the 7’s tournament with a convincing win over PCSA 24-7. The second game was when the team really got going and beat KEVICCS 24-5. The local derby was next with STCM vs TA...

A bleak morning in Torquay which turned in a shining day for the STCM Year 9 rugby team! We took 12 boys (Charlie Rovira (C) , Harrison Bates, Torin Peel, Tyler Ledger, Connor Hamilton, Lewis Chalk, Matt Ward, Josh Lacey, Ryan Easterbrook, Brandon Terry, Dan Bumbsy...

After St Cuthbert Mayne School secured its highest and best ever set of A level results last week, its Yr 11 students have also excelled in their GCSE examinations. With an overall pass rate of 100%, the brilliant GCSE results at St Cuthbert Mayne are amongst...

St. Cuthbert Mayne is very likely to maintain its status as one of the highest achieving schools in the Bay and county, after securing even higher grades than last year, including attaining an excellent 98% A Level pass rate.   “We’re incredibly proud of all our students. ...

On a glorious Wednesday morning St Cuthbert Mayne welcomed five of our local primary schools to compete in our annual Rounders festival. Priory, Queensway, St Marychurch and first timers Homelands and Upton St James, assembled on the field for a morning of competitive Rounders action. With...

The students and staff of St Cuthbert Mayne School cordially invite Year 6 students and their Parents/Carers to our OPEN EVENING on Thursday 22nd September 2016 The evening begins with a short introductory talk from 6.30pm in the main hall from Mr Peter Brown, Headteacher . This is followed by an opportunity...

Year 7’s second inter-form competition of the summer took the form of a Junk Mascot Competition. Pupils were tasked to design, build and present a mascot that represented their tutor group using nothing but recyclable materials. These were used at sports day.  2 weeks was...

Monday 27th June saw the Year 8 Rounders Squad make their way to Teignmouth Community College for the end of season tournament. The weather was good (for once!) and after an undefeated season so far the players were eager to get going. With 16 teams from...

St Cuthbert Mayne School hosted teams of primary school students from Years 4 & 5 on Thursday, who came in to do some challenging maths in a fun competition. Ten of the best mathematicians in years 8 & 9 helped out with clues to solve...