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On Thursday 30th November, Seahorses and Caspian classes headed out for a day trip to Shepreth Wildlife Park. This was the children’s first trip of the year and there was excitement in the air!  After a short bus ride, the children arrived at the park ready for...

They say the test of a good premier league football team is how they perform on a cold winters day away to Stoke City. So we decided to challenge our U13's Rugby team with a cold winter's trip to Stoke College.  Cold weather equals cold hands....

The under 16 hockey team played a very intense and competitive match against Stoke College on Tuesday 28th November.  The CIS team were determined to win the match and came out fighting. The first quarter was very close, with Stoke creating slightly more chances, but thanks...

The Year 7 and 8 girls and Boaz played a good bit tough match. Borrowing a couple of players from Stoke College to make two 11 a-side teams, the CIS team attacked all match. Stoke College put a lot of pressure on the CIS team...

Hydrogencarbonate indicator is a colourful way to measure carbon dioxide levels in aquatic ecosystems. It is red in equilibrium with atmospheric air, which then transforms into a orange/yellow colour with increased levels of carbon dioxide. As carbon dioxide is removed, it changes from red through magenta to...

This week (week commencing 27th November) has been a very exciting one for Y10 Spanish students. All students have prepared a presentation about a Spanish city. They have talked, in front of the class, about its monuments, attractions or things to do for young...

CIS played the third and fourth games of the season in the CCC Schools Challenge on Saturday. A comfortable 4-2 win over Kings Cambridge D team was followed by a more testing assignment against Perse Prep A, who won the title 3 years...

On the evening of Wednesday 15th November, a cast of passionate young Thespians from  CIS Primary School performed an abridged version of Hamlet at the Mumford theatre, Cambridge, to a sell-out crowd. The performance was part of the National Schools' Shakespeare Festival, where over 30,000...