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School raises over £1000 for local charity

We held a ‘Non-Uniform Day’ on October 21st in aid of local charity, Thrive. Our students were very generous with their donations and we are delighted to announce that the school has raised a staggering £1118.61. Thrive is a voluntary organisation based in Chipping Norton which provides practical support and opportunities for local children living in poverty. We have raised funds for Thrive for several years now and we are pleased to be able to continue to help them raise much needed funds.

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Sponsor a tree: School Council supports the Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust is the largest woodland charity in the United Kingdom concerned with the creation, protection, and restoration of native woodland heritage.  They have …

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Emily wins Gold Award at New Talent Youth Music Competition

Many congratulations to Year 10 student Emily Chambers on being awarded a Gold Award at this year’s New Talent Youth Music Competition. The competition attracted …

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Virtual Sports Day

During lockdown students were encouraged to keep physically active and the PE Department challenged students to take part in a fun Virtual Sports Day. Mrs …

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Congratulations to Dan and Eddie!

Congratulations to year 11 students Dan Chambers, who has been awarded a coveted place at the Central School of Ballet, and also to Eddie Brearey, …

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Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards

Eight CNS students, past and present, as well as one student who joined us from The Warriner have completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards. …

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Students and staff raise funds for the lockdown charities

Congratulations to all the students who did amazing things over lockdown to raise funds for various charities during lockdown. Lucy Evans shaved off her hair …

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