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  • Student Conference

    Student Conference
    19th October 2012

    The St Edmund Campion student conference was held on Friday 19th October for the majority of the day and involved several students of all ages working together. The focus of the day was to develop identities for the forthcoming House system which we hope to implement here at St Edmund Campion School from next September. Read More

  • Film Studies Students at the Movies

    Film Studies Students at the Movies
    2nd October 2012

    On Tuesday 2nd October, 30 Film Studies students from our GCSE and A Level classes spent the morning at The Electric Cinema in Birmingham. The purpose of the visit was to gain a better insight into the cinema experience outside of the Multiplexes that students are so familiar with, as well as enhancing students' understanding of cinema history, film consumption and the processes of film Production, Distribution and Exhibition. Read More

  • Campion Celebrates Success in Style

    Campion Celebrates Success in Style
    20th September 2012

    A fantastic night was had by all at our annual awards ceremony celebrating the wonderful achievements of our students in their recent examinations. Guest speaker Ben Smolden delivered a very fitting and moving speech which was appreciated by all and the highlight for many will surely be having the opportunity to have their photograph taken with Ben and his Olympic torch. Read More

  • The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
    14th September 2012

    Unique collaboration between the worlds of theatre and education in performing arts. Birmingham has always pushed the boundaries in the arts; St Edmund Campion Catholic School, a 'Good with Outstanding Features' OFSTED rated secondary school in Erdington, will continue this tradition by performing C.S Lewis' 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe', adapted by Glyn Robbins, at The Crescent Theatre. Read More

  • The Big Activities Sign-up takes place

    The Big Activities Sign-up takes place
    12th September 2012

    Students flooded into the school hall on Wednesday this week to sign up for the new Activities programme. The response was absolutely fantastic and most of places on many the activities have been filled. I am investigating further possibilities and whether it is possible to engage additional providers where activities were oversubscribed. In the interim the remaining places will be advertised to students through the notices given out during period 1 each day. We are looking forward to next Wednesday when the activities start. Please remind your child to bring kit or a change of clothes as appropriate to the activity that they have signed up for. Read More

  • Visit to the Globe Theatre for Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew

    Visit to the Globe Theatre for Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew
    7th September 2012

    On the 7th September 2012 36 students studying A Level English Literature and English Literature and Language in year 12 and in year 13 visited the Globe Theatre in London to watch a performance of William Shakespeare’s The Taming of The Shrew. It was a good performance and the students enjoyed the play and the amazingly authentic setting of the Globe. It was a revelation to find that Shakespeare could be so funny and entertaining and those of us who had to stand throughout forgot to moan about our aching feet as we became enchanted by the brilliant performances of the cast, especially Samantha Spiro (known for her stage and T.V. work such as “Grandma’s House”) as the Shrew, Katherina. Also it was nice to look at the various sights of London such as the Globe Theatre, The Gherkin, The Houses of Parliament and more. It was a good day, a good experience for all and a great way to start our A Level experience. Luke Smith Read More

  • GCSE Results 2012
    3rd September 2012

    We are proud to be celebrating our best ever GCSE results as our results rise again for another consecutive year bucking the national trend. 97% of our students gained five or more A*-C grades, with 65% including GCSE English and Maths – a massive rise from 51% last year. Just over 20% of our students achieved three or more A*-A grades. These fantastic results are testament to the hard work and dedication of both our staff and students and a culmination of our efforts over the last 2 years. Two of our students achieved phenomenal results with Barbara Nielsen gaining 9A*s and 2As and Isabel Thomas gaining 10A*s and 1A grade. Well done to all involved. Read More

  • Aspens Restaurant

    Aspens Restaurant
    3rd September 2012

    The school kitchen and dining room has been completely redesigned over the summer and has been fitted out with brand new furniture and decor. We have also installed a cashless catering system using biometrics which all staff and students will use to purchase items from the restaurant. All parents have been sent a letter containing a username and password for ParentPay. Please setup your online accounts as soon as possible so that you can add dinner money to your childrens accounts. The restaurant has it's own website which will be kept up to date with all the latest offers. Click Here to see the exciting menus on offer! Read More