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  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month is designed to unify women and men who have been victims of domestic violence. It is important to recognise that domestic violence impacts millions of people, and it’s not only women who are victims; many men suffer domestic violence as well. 

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  • Black History Month 2021

    Today marks the 1st day of Black History Month, and we are proud to be celebrating the achievements and contributions of the African & Caribbean Diaspora through art; poetry; and immersive experiences! 

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  • Macmillan Coffee Morning

  • Cancelled - Sixth Form Open Evening - Thursday 21st October 2021

    Regretfully, 6th Form Open Evening on Thursday 21st October has been cancelled. This is in response to local increases in COVID cases and unusually high levels of staff absence.  Please see below for more information.

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  • Instagram Page

    Alongside our CBSC Twitter account, we have launched our CBSC Instagram account. The aim of the account is to further embed our WE BELIEVE principles amongst our school community. Please follow us at @we_believe_cbsc.

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  • Meet Our School Dogs

    Research has shown many benefits to therapy and reading dogs in school settings.

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  • Macmillan Coffee Morning

    Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 24 September from 10:00am – 10.45am in the Main Hall

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  • Open Evening for Entry to Year 7 September 2022

    We are holding our Open Evening for prospective Year 7 entry September 2022 on Thursday 23 September 2021. The Evening will run from 5:00 until 8:00 with the first entry to the school site at 4:30pm and the last entry at 7:00pm.

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  • We Believe Principles

    Please click below to download and view our 'We Believe' booklet.

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  • Social Media Boycott

    In recent news, you may have seen that all the English Football (Men’s & women’s) league clubs are starting a social media boycott due to the ongoing and sustained discriminatory abuse.

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