Category Archives: Cowbridge

Hampers 2018
Cowbridge School Council

Thank you to all Year 7 and 8 forms for the wonderful hampers. All the hampers were of a very high standard and due to this the judging was made very difficult. The judging criteria was as follows: Eco friendly items used to make the hamper Hamper contents Hamper had to be Christmas film themed […]
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Human Rights Week at Cowbridge Comprehensive School December 2018
Cowbridge School Council

Sixth form students at Cowbridge Comprehensive School recently organised a series of activities to mark Human Rights Day which is celebrated on 10th December. Presentations were given in assembly and discussions took place with groups of students of all ages. Pupils learnt about the history of Human Rights Day which was first adopted by the […]
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Dementia Friendly Committee
Cowbridge School Council

As school representatives for the dementia friendly community in Cowbridge, myself, Grace Marshall, Megan Austin and Dan Baxter recently attended a meeting in the town hall on the 15th of November for the community’s dementia committee. This was brilliant and we discovered many ways in which the town currently is, and is planning on becoming […]
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Rotary Youth night 2018
Cowbridge School Council

On the 19th of November, Cowbridge Rotary held its annual Rotary Youth Night. This was the first year that the parents were invited to listen to presentations. The evening started with the first presentation done by Head Boy Jack Jenner and Head Girl Jess Wadey. They spoke about their involvement in the school and the […]
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Cowbridge Gem 15th November
Cowbridge School Council

A meeting took place between Cowbridge with Llanblethian Town Council and Cowbridge Comprehensive School Youth Council in the Council Chamber this week. It was a very positive meeting, with the School Council getting a better understanding of what a Town Council does, alongside them voicing their ideas and concerns about Cowbridge for Town Councillors to […]
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Sixth Form assemblies on the importance of registering to vote.
Cowbridge School Council

On Friday the 23rd of November, officers from Electoral Registration visited the school to encourage sixth formers to register to vote. I’m sure many of us are already registered or registered last Friday with the officer. If you haven’t already though, it’s well worth your time to do it. Year 12s in an assembly and […]
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Children in Need Day at CCS
Cowbridge School Council

This year, we set out to make a substantial contribution to Children in Need; for us it was about raising money and awareness for those most deserving in society. With this aim at heart, the CCS events committee arranged a poster competition for Year 7 to create a ‘Pudsey Bear’ themed poster, and were awarded […]
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CCS goes Purple for Anti-Bullying!
Cowbridge School Council

On the 12th -16th November it is Anti-Bullying Week! On Monday 12th November CCS hosted a purple cake sale to raise money for BulliesOut an amazing charity who raises awareness of bullying in schools, through workshops, and helps those who have suffered from bullying. The cake sale was a great success with many purple treats […]
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Cowbridge Comprehensive School Blood Drive
Cowbridge School Council

Did you know? 1 donation can save the lives of 3 people or 8 premature babies. On the 7th November, 59 students and teachers from Cowbridge Comprehensive School donated blood to the Welsh Blood Service, 43 of which were first-time donors. The wonderful staff from the Welsh Blood Service made the experience as pain-free as […]
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The Youth Mayor results are in …
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5575 votes were cast during Local Democracy Week (15th-19th October 2018) and the results of the Youth Mayor election were announced at the youth cabinet meeting last night! Hello, my name is Ben Lloyd and I am the new Youth Mayor for the Vale of Glamorgan.  As part of my manifesto I have pledged to […]
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