14th December 2018
Weekly Message – Issue 14
Thank you to all parents, carers, friends and family for joining us on Wednesday and Thursday evening for our Christmas Concert. There is so much talent amongst our pupils. The pupils, singers and the instrumentalists who took part performed so well and we thank them, and the staff, for their unstinted dedication and community spirit. If your child plays an instrument, in school and/or out of school, or is someone who has an interest in singing then we encourage them to join one of our many music clubs and activities which take place throughout the year – more information can be provided by our Music Department.
So 400+ Christmas Dinners were served……! The Cams Hill School Catering Team were fantastic and with faultless organisation produced a wonderful Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings for the pupils and staff who came together in the Dining Hall with Christmas music and Christmas hats. A huge thank you to them as well as to our pupil helpers who delivered the 400+plates of food and did a sterling job clearing away at the end
On Wednesday 12 December GCSE Photography pupils took part in a 2hr Photography ‘Walkshop’ with a professional photographer. Making their way around the Cams Hall Estate and along the Fareham Creek pupils were shown top tips when taking photographs. The results were outstanding and pupils will be using their location photoshoot work as part of their GCSE portfolio. We are also planning to put up a display of pupils’ favourite photographs from the workshop.
Pupils have also been visited by the awesome Mr Purslow, part-time Science teacher and full-time wedding photographer. Mr Purslow introduced his wedding photography business and talked them through getting the best results when photographing portraits. We thank you very much for giving up your time to talk us through your beautiful work.
“Neighbourhood Police Officers and the Beat Surgery
In the New Year our Neighbourhood Police Officers will be offering a ‘Beat Surgery’ here at Cams Hill. This will enable pupils, parents and carers to have the opportunity to talk individually about any concerns or issues. Watch this space in the New Year for details of how to book an appointment.
The Headteacher’s blog contains more informal reflections and is available here:
|Monday 13||Year 11: GCSE Computer Science Paper 1: Principles of Computer Science (am 1h 40m)
Year 11: GCSE Religious Studies A Paper (pm 1h 45m)
|Tuesday 14||Year 11: GCSE French Paper 1 (am 35m/45m)
Year 11: GCSE French Paper 3 (am 45m/1h)
Year 11: GCSE Biology Paper 1 (PM 1h 45m)
Year 11: GCSE Combined Science Trilogy-Biology Paper 1 (PM 1h 15m)
|Wednesday 15||Year 11: GCSE Physical Education Paper 1 (AM 1h 15m)
Year 11: GCSE English Literature Paper 1 (PM 1h 45m)
|Thursday 16||Year 11: GCSE Chemistry Paper 1 (AM 1h 45m)
Year 11: GCSE Combined Science Trilogy - Chemistry Paper 1 (AM 1h 15m)
Year 11: GCSE Computer Science Paper 2: Application of Computational Thinking (PM 2h)
|Friday 17||Year 11: GCSE French Paper 4 (AM 1h 15m)
Year 11: GCSE Drama Performance and Response (PM 1h 30m)
Year 11: GCSE Physical Education Paper 2 (PM 1h 15m)
Year 9 Girls Basketball won against Henry Cort 10-4
Year 10/11 girs Basketball won against Portchester 14-12
Year 7/8 Boys handball won against Henry Cort 35-25