GCSE Examination Results – Thursday 25 August 2016
Year 11 Please collect your results from 8.30am
Year 10 Please collect your results from 9.30am
AS & A Level Results – Thursday 18 August 2016
Year 13 Please collect your results from 8.30am
Year 12 Please collect your results from 9.30am
Ten sixth form students have returned from attending the First World Commemoration Service at Mametz on 7th July 2016. Students played an integral role in the service by laying a school wreath, handing wreaths to attending dignitaries and lining the slope up to the memorial. Students also visited Flat Iron Copse Cemetery where Headteacher, Dr Jonathan Hicks spoke about individual soldiers. Students also had the opportunity to look at First World War artefacts. Prior to the visit, all students involved took part in the Year 6 induction day where the focus of History lessons was the welsh soldiers experience of the First World War.
St Cyres School together with six local primary schools have joined this Christmas to create a music video to get the whole community into the festive spirit.
Llandough, Cogan, Dinas Powys, Fairfield, St Andrews Major and Evenlode primary school all learned and performed Mariah Carey’s hit song ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’. They were all filmed separately by St Cyres and the footage was edited together to show everybody’s singing talents in one festive fun video.
St Cyres School is delighted to be named as an official Business Partner of Cardiff City Football Club.
On Wednesday 11 November 2015 Dr Hicks, the Headteacher of St Cyres School in Penarth, unveiled a new First World War memorial, to replace the one belonging to the National School which was lost when that school was closed many years ago.
St Cyres School’s annual production will be Ben Croker’s Cinderella. Instead of performing a classic west end production, the school has opted to perform it’s first pantomime since moving to the new school build.
St Cyres School’s very own boy band (well, old man band!) have returned with their brand new Christmas music video in aid of Children in Need. This Thursday and Friday during lunch times (both KS3 and KS4) you can watch the music video in the main hall. Entry is £1 and all proceeds go Children in Need. There will be many viewings during the lunch times so that you’ll all have a chance to see it.
This week the ICT and Computer Science Department saw the first of a 16-week after-school robotics club run by Technocamps.