Covid-19 (Coronovirus) 18.03.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Update 18th March 2020 Government Guidance  There has been no change since Monday 16th. If a student or one of his/her family has coronavirus symptoms, the family should self-isolate for 14 days. The specific guidance for schools and educational settings was significantly changed on 16th March; link below. Schools are expected to remain open, and to liaise […]

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“What are you fighting for?”

Doorstep Arts 5c

On Sunday 16th February, seven of our Year 9 drama students made the Northcott Theatre their platform to give a performance of their own original drama piece. The students had been working towards this with Paignton-based ‘Doorstep Arts’, supported by the University of Exeter. Professional theatre artists from the company had visited Clyst Vale on two previous occasions, to workshop […]

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2040 Film Trip

Film feat

  A group of Clyst Vale students recently went to see 2040 at a film festival event. Click the link below to see more. 2040 Film Festival 2040 Review 2040 is a climate change documentary that deviates from the convention. Instead of aiming on the worst case scenario, 2040 focuses on the solutions that already exist that could solve climate change. The […]

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Care Sector Curriculum Intent Statement

Child Development Curriculum Intent Statement At CVCC we are proud to offer the Child Development Cambridge National course as it gives students the knowledge and understanding to become well rounded adults who have the ability to nurture children through their own personal lives or as a professional.   We aim to provide the students with the knowledge to understand the importance […]

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Computing and Digital Media Curriculum Intent Statement

Computing and Digital Media Curriculum Intent Statement Digital Media is now part of the everyday and constantly evolving. The intent of the curriculum is to develop students who are problem solvers and computational thinkers whilst also being aware of the constantly evolving technological landscape. There are three strands to the curriculum intent for Digital Media: Digital Literacy, ICT and Computer […]

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PE Curriculum Intent Statement

PE Curriculum Intent Statement To deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that through variety and challenge enthuses students to acquire the skills, fitness and knowledge to follow a healthy lifestyle from school to community. The curriculum will meet the needs of all abilities and recognise issues surrounding students from varying genders, students with SEND and those students listed as Priority […]

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Art, Design Technology and Food Curriculum Intent Statements

Art Curriculum Intent Statement ‘There is no people in all the world without art’    Gombrich Art education is vital in giving students an understanding of our culture and the traditions that it is rooted in, ‘enquiry, curiosity, and creativity are fundamental to learning and are stimulated by cultural experiences’.  Art allows pupils to think about moral and religious issues which […]

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Performing Arts Curriculum Intent Statements

Drama Curriculum Intent Statement It is a common misconception that Drama is for those who want to be ‘actors’.  In fact it is a subject concerned with the development of transferrable skills that are relevant to all, in terms of personal and social awareness and future employability, whatever the ultimate career choice. Like the other arts, drama involves imagination and […]

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