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Four students are awarded The Arts Society Cotwolds Bursaries

The Arts Society Cotswolds has worked closely with Chipping Norton School Art department for over 5 years and TASC has very kindly awarded a Bursary to one A level art student each year who are going onto higher education in the Arts. The process is very rigorous and includes looking through all their work and an interview process for each candidate.  There were four students nominated this year and following the interviews we are very excited to announce that due to incredibly high quality of artwork and confident and assured interviews all four of our students have won this prestigious bursary!  This is an amazing achievement for the students and the CNS Art department, who have all worked hard to …

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CNS Summer School

During the summer break, CNS hosted its first ever Summer School to support the Year 6’s with their transition from primary to secondary school. Wow …

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Year 7 ‘Play in a Day’ performance

Banbury’s youth-focused Cherwell Theatre Company invited students at Chipping Norton School to stage a ‘Play in a Day’. The play, ‘The Changing Room’ by Chris …

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’19 ways to capture life after lockdown, Photography competition

Last term the Art Department launched a photography competition across the school to promote wellbeing and the end of lockdown. This has been a very …

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Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions: Let the adventures begin!

Over this summer term, almost 170 students completed their expeditions for the Duke of Edinburgh Award; 2-4 days out in the countryside, learning about themselves, …

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Year 7 Girls’ Sports teams show off their talents!

On Tuesday 15th June we saw the long awaited return of sporting fixtures for the girls. We hosted Henry Box School for rounders matches for …

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Sunny Sports Day returns to CNS!

Friday 16th July saw the return of Sports Day, albeit it looked a little different than in previous years. Students competed in tutor groups instead …

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