Posts for Learning

Today’s Student Strike – by a Budehaven student

This letter was previously sent to Pirate FM, by Mac Spooner, Budehaven Year 11:   At Budehaven Community School, we are having a protest, much like the rest of the […]

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Student strike action for climate change

Many young people across the country participated in a day of strike action today, following a national programme of activities organised by young people who are concerned about environmental damage […]

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Safer Internet Day – think consent when sharing!

The internet is part of everyday life, especially for young people, so it is important, in a digitised world, to keep people safe. Today is Safer Internet Day, a day […]

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SW NSPCC speaks out on FGM

This week has seen the country’s first FGM conviction. While many people see it as a non-problem in Bude, there will be girls in all regions of the SW at […]

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Schools at breaking point as they face budget cuts and staffing crisis.

An opinion piece by the Chairperson of Bude Labour Party. As ever, other political groups (and individuals) are welcome to submit such articles, too.   Recently there has been a […]

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Devon provides free email school closure info

Parents and guardians across Devon can find out if their child’s school is open by signing up to free email alerts. The process is simple: click here and enter your email. The prompt will […]

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NSPCC SW on internet risks to children

Shockingly, an average of one child per classroom has received a naked or semi-naked image online from an adult. That’s according to recent research by the NSPCC. It’s further proof that, […]

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Budehaven students at Plymouth Science and Technology Fair

Written by Eleanor Theakston – Budehaven A Level scientist:   On Thursday 24th January, thirteen Year 12 students attended the Science and Technology Fair at Plymouth University. In the morning we […]

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Budehaven’s Tom and Liam heading for prestigious London courses

  Budehaven Sixth Form students Tom Marples and Liam Drewery have an exciting time ahead of them. Both students are studying A Levels in ICT, Music and Media and have […]

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Is Damian Hinds right about school emails?

Teachers should not have to email outside of office hours and should instead embrace innovative technology such as AI to help to reduce their workload, the Education Secretary said in […]

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First aid training date in Bude

Ensure you have sufficient staff trained ready for the Summer season. Monday 1 April 9am – 3.45pm Emergency First Aid at Work course The Yoga Studio, Kings Hill Industrial Estate Only £60pp […]

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NSPCC appeals for school volunteers in Cornwall

The NSPCC is appealing for more volunteers in Cornwall, to help teach primary school children about the different types of abuse. The children’s charity funds a Schools Service across Cornwall, […]

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Budehaven’s Christmas meal forms part of their ‘acts of kindness’ approach

On Monday 17th December, over 50 Budehaven students took part in a heart-warming act of kindness. 30 members of the local Bude nursing homes attended a Christmas meal held in […]

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Major development in the fight against fatbergs

The fight against fatbergs received a major boost today with the publication of a new official standard identifying which wet wipes can be flushed down toilets safely. Manufacturers of wipes […]

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The Breadbag Challenge

By Binzy Reynolds: From January 1st 2019, the gauntlet was thrown down to every member of the Bude Rubbish Action Group, or BRAG as we are commonly known. During every […]

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