27th April 2018
GCSEs have begun with Year 11 pupils sitting their Graphics, Art, Textiles and Photography exams this week. From this point onwards, there are GCSE exams every week. Good luck to all of the pupils involved. It is a stressful time for pupils, parents and staff alike.
This weekend, a small number of pupils are travelling to the Brecon Beacons to participate in a number of challenging outdoor activities. This trip, which is running for the second year in a row, is an amazing opportunity for the children involved- we hope that the weather holds!
There have been mixed fortunes again for pupils competing in sporting events. The Year 9 boys’ football team were defeated in the semi-final of the Fareham and Gosport cup. However, the Year 7 girls’ netball team finished third in the Fareham and Gosport Tournament. Further details of sporting fixtures are on the main website.
Finally, if you wish to purchase nearly-new uniform, you can do so from 3.30-4.00pm each Wednesday. Please phone Main Reception to arrange this if you are interested.
The Headteacher’s blog contains more informal reflections and is available here:
Inter-Schools Debating Competition
On Friday 20th of April, seven Year 8 students went to the Inter-Schools Debating Competition at Fareham College. Six local schools competed against each other and were judged by some important local figures, including Suella Braverman MP.
The competition consisted of three debates with the Cams Hill team taking part in the first debate, opposing the motion that ’Religion is beneficial to society’.
We had two main speakers; Lucy Brown (8A) and Brooke Roberts (8L2), who went on stage to debate against Boundary Oak School. However, it could not have happened without the support of the rest of the Year 8 team: Izzy Gage (8I), Dere Omar (8C), Kayleigh Walker (8L2), Marcus McCormack (8I) and Archie Williams (8I). As a team they wrote the speech together and worked hard to hone their delivery skills.
We were very proud to come third (with only 2.5 marks separating the top 3 teams). We had an excellent day and Mrs Jones (who helped us with the competition), was very proud of our excellent achievement.
Gosport & Fareham Football Cup
Year 9 Boys made it to the Semi Final of the Gosport and Fareham Cup. Our opposition took the game from our hands and ended our season run. Well done to all the boys that have represented our team, on our first outing as a squad for Cams Hill.
Mr R Gunner, PE Teacher
|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’ finished 5th in the Fareham and Gosport Netball Tournament
Year 9 Boys’ Football lost 5-2 in Semi final of the Fareham and Gosport Cup
Year 10 Girls’ came 4th in the Fareham & Gosport netball Tournament
Year 7 Boy’s Cricket home to Bay House
Year 8 Boy’s Cricket away to Henry Cort (approx. return 17.30)
Year 9 Girls Rounders away to Crofton School (approx. return 17:30)
From 15 January MEAL DEALS have the option of flavoured water.
From 12 January baguettes will be reduced to 55p (was 60p), but if butter is required the cost will be increased to 65p.
Free school meals must only use the Dining Hall at lunch time, and have either a MEAL DEAL or MAIN MEAL.
If items are not found on the day they are lost, please keep checking with the Medical Room as they can often take a couple of weeks to reach us.
UNCLAIMED LOST PROPERTY FROM BEFORE EASTER WILL BE DISPOSED OF NEXT WEEK
|Monday 09 July 2018 - Friday 13 July 2018|
|Padded Beige hoodie uk 18-20 Ayacucho
Black Mountain Warehouse Coat size M
White NB trainers size 7.5
Black/white adidas football boots size 11
Black plimsoles size 5
Nike trainers Blue speckled size 5
White/Green Nike football boots size 7
Various keys, glasses, jewellery
PE kit in White bag
White Cedar Wood State Hoodie size S
Grey Hoodie “I’m so freaking cold” size S
Light Grey Next hoodie size 13 years
Green Next Sun cap 7-10 years
Various Water bottles
Grey Hype jumper size 11-12 years
PE Kit in Navy Bag (Bottoms size 20, Top size L)
Black Clarks shoes size 9G
Black Capsule trainers size 8
Black laced plimsoles size 4
1 Black Slazenger plimsole size 3
Fox Head purse with Yellow wrist band
Please check with the Medical Room for this week’s lost property.
A polite reminder to parents/carers – please ensure that all property is clearly named with the pupil’s name and tutor group.
Various keys, watches and pairs of spectacles are kept in the Medical Room when handed into lost property. When named items are handed in to the Medical Room Form Tutors are notified by e-mail or printed slips, which are sent in school registers, to ask pupils to come and collect the items.
School Trips Update
You may pay online for the majority of trips at https://www.scopay.com/camshill-hants
Year 10 History GCSE Trip to Berlin – July 2018
Fourth and final instalment of £100.00 due by Monday 30 April
|History Trip to Berlin 2018||Payment By||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||Monday 27 November 2017||£150.00||£150.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||Friday 15 December 2017||£100.00||£250.00|
|First instalment||Wednesday 31 January 2018||£50.00||£300.00|
|Second instalment||Wednesday 28 February 2018||£100.00||£400.00|
|Third instalment||Thursday 29 March 2018||£100.00||£500.00|
|Fourth and final instalment||Monday 30 April 2018||£100.00||£600.00|
Water Sports Trip to the Ardeche – July/August 2018
Eight and final instalment of £55.00 due by Monday 30 April
|Ardeche 2018||Payment by||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||24 May 2017||£100.00||£100.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||30 June 2017||£100.00||£200.00|
|First instalment||21 July 2017||£60.00||£260.00|
|Second instalment||29 September 2017||£60.00||£320.00|
|Third instalment||31 October 2017||£60.00||£380.00|
|Fourth instalment||30 November 2017||£60.00||£440.00|
|Fifth instalment||31 January 2018||£55.00||£495.00|
|Sixth instalment||28 February 2018||£55.00||£550.00|
|Seventh instalment||29 March 2018||£55.00||£605.00|
|Eighth and final instalment||30 April 2018||£55.00||£660.00|
Ski Trip 2019 (Years 7-9) – April 2019
Third instalment of £75.00 due by Monday 30 April
|Ski Trip 2019||Payment by||Amount||Total|
|First non-refundable deposit||20 October 2017||£100.00||£100.00|
|Second non-refundable deposit||24 November 2017||£100.00||£200.00|
|First instalment||28 February 2018||£95.00||£295.00|
|Second instalment||29 March 2018||£75.00||£370.00|
|Third instalment||30 April 2018||£75.00||£445.00|
|Fourth instalment||25 May 2018||£75.00||£520.00|
|Fifth instalment||29 June 2018||£75.00||£595.00|
|Sixth instalment||28 September 2018||£75.00||£670.00|
|Seventh instalment||31 October 2018||£75.00||£745.00|
|Eighth instalment||30 November 2018||£75.00||£820.00|
|Ninth and final instalment||14 December 2018||£65.00||£885.00|
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