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The Year 8 and 9 students were investigating how games are programmed today in computer science. They were running programs made using Python and then investigating the effect of changing the code. This led to interesting changes like squirrels being turned into cats and grass turning red! The students...

This week, in Year 10 Spanish, students each gave a presentation about their favourite food from their home region. These included Maple syrup from Canada and various dishes from Lisbon, Portugal. Here is a little 'taste' of their presentations! Pictured below. El Jarabe de Arce...

Annual visit from our Japanese friends On Tuesday afternoon, we welcomed 31 visiting pupils from Kaetsu Ariake High School in Japan.  They visited CIS as part of a two-week trip to Cambridge.  The Kaetsu pupils arrived in the afternoon and spent a couple of hours with...

Rehearsals are now underway for the school play: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.  It is a tale about a mischievous boy who spends most of the time, along with his friends, getting into and out of trouble.  The play encompasses many themes including growing up, taking responsibility...

This Tuesday, it was the last games lesson for the Year 11s.  It was a sunny afternoon and perfect conditions to play netball. Prior to Easter, the Year 10 & 11s had begun a tournament with football. Tuesday was the conclusion of the tournament, with...

GCSE Art students emerge from 2-day exam After 2 long days of doing nothing but Art, GCSE exam candidates smile with relief with their teacher, Lucy Mazur. The marathon exam was followed by a lovely showcase afternoon where parents and other students were able to...

Last Friday, CIS presented a very diverse and uplifting evening of music and verse. Senior Band and Year 8/9 Choir played and sang a selection of well-known numbers. Students performed in groups or solo, featuring trumpets, piano, Chinese Urhu, guitars, drums and vocals....

Football: Unfortunately, a fixture which was scheduled for Tuesday the 26th March had to be cancelled, but instead of missing out on the experience of playing competitive games, students from Years 10 and 11 came together for a tournament.  All pupils in both year groups...