World Book Day

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Due to the snow day on World Book Day this year, Clyst Vale celebrated WBD this week instead. The female members of staff appear to be more literary than the male staff as we were treated to a display of female empowerment. Notable female book characters included Jane Eyre, Offred from the Handmaid’s Tale, Mary Poppins, Katniss Everdeen, the Woman […]

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Holocaust Memorial Event

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On 1st February, three other students, Mrs Padden, Miss Matthews and I attended an eye-opening event at Exeter Cathedral. The event was to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day and we had the privilege to hear Raphael Wallfisch and John York (a world-renowned cellist and pianist) perform a duo. Also, we heard the astonishing story of Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, an Auschwitz survivor. Anita […]

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Y11 BTEC Sport Visit to Sandy Park, Home of the Exeter Chiefs

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On Friday 15 December, fourteen students visited Sandy Park to experience the facilities and working environment of a top class, professional sporting outfit, the Exeter Chiefs. The 2017 Aviva Premiership Champions provided an insight into the world of a professional athlete and the support staff who work around them. It was a fantastic afternoon for the students and provides a target […]

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Y10 Eden Project Trip

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On Thursday 5th October Year 10 Art and Photography students visited the Eden Project. Students enjoyed a day of exploring the theme of natural form through taking photographs and producing creative artwork. Students made the most of the day by absorbing the wide variety of natural form on display, exploring both of the captivating biomes and also the outside landscape. […]

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Boys’ Rugby Fixtures @ Blundell’s

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Congratulations to the respective Year 7, 8 and 10 boys’ rugby squads, who acquitted themselves superbly at Blundell’s School last Wednesday. The annual fixture provides a chance for Clyst Vale students to play at excellent facilities and experience a great atmosphere and hospitality. The Year 7s played in a triangular set of matches versus Blundell’s and Uffculme school, losing the […]

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