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Latest News

  • Eden Project Year 7

    Published on Thursday 5th April 2018

    Year 7 visit the Eden Project

  • Griffiths Building Grand Opening!

    Published on Thursday 29th March 2018

    On Wednesday 21st March 2018 we officially opened the new Griffiths Building.

  • SIXTH FORM STUDENTS VISIT CONCENTRATION CAMPS

    Published on Wednesday 28th March 2018

    Two specially chosen sixth form students, Brioney Waldron and Jessy Motteram, were nominated in February to visit the concentration camps in Poland as part of a government project called ‘Lessons from Auschwitz’.

  • SCHOOL HOSTS CAREERS INFORMATION EVENT

    Published on Wednesday 28th March 2018
    Back in February, Combe Pafford again hosted the annual Post-16/Post-18 Careers Information Event.
  • SIXTH FORMERS ENJOY SOCIAL EVENTS

    Published on Wednesday 28th March 2018
    Sixth Form students have been taking advantage of the opportunity to get together.
  • Year 10 Visit Skills South West Show

    Published on Tuesday 27th March 2018

    Earlier in March, all of Year 10 visited the Skills South West show at Plymouth Pavilions, which seems to be getting bigger each year.

  • BBC Ten Pieces Creative Music Workshop

    Published on Monday 26th March 2018

    The BBC Ten pieces project is a music project aimed at opening up the world of classical music and inspiring pupils to create their own musical pieces.

  • News from 4G & 5M

    Published on Thursday 22nd March 2018

    News from the Lower School

  • Year 10 visit Plymouth Aquarium

    Published on Wednesday 21st March 2018

    Year 10 trip to Plymouth Aquarium

  • LiveMusicNow musicians Mini concert

    Published on Tuesday 20th March 2018

    On Thursday 15th March pupils in Lower and Middle school had a visit from LiveMusicNow musicians Heather and Rosanna.

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