On Friday 14th April 2017 Nicholas Bright (7S) from Torbay Karate club – took his black belt under Sensei Sherry 9th Dan black belt.
Year 8’s produced some fantastic homework in response to a biology lesson where they saw the dissection of a pig’s heart, liver, and lungs.
Year 13 students from Churston have been extremely successful in the national Chemistry Olympiad Competition this year.
Churston pupils recently competed with the Torbay Lifesaving Club at the RLSS National Speed Lifesaving Championships at the Ponds Forge Centre in Sheffield.
In aid of British Science Week, Churston hosted a visit from Stoke Gabriel Primary School. Dr Chris Hall, Head of Science, and Mr Jon Murray-Smith, Head of Physics, ran the informative, friendly and fun session focusing on the importance of getting children interested in science from an early age.
On Tuesday 28th February, six Churston students went to Marjon to represent the school at the 2017 South West Indoor Rowing Championships. Here is a roundup of how our students did…
Churston celebrated World Book Day with staff and students dressing up in a fantastic array of well know (and not-so-well-known) literary characters.
Once again, Churston pulled out all the stops to present a wonderful performance of High School Musical on Stage. Featuring a cast of over 105 students, a live band and crew, there was about 140 students involved from across all year groups.
The Author’s Apprentice is an online program that allows school students to work with author Stephen Hunt in producing a novel in real-time.
Churston’s Year 11s Toby Goatman and Jasper Hopwood were both selected, after training at Sandy Park, for the Devon B squad playing last weekend against Somerset.