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X-Calibre scholars sessions

Year Nine pupils from Coastal Schools Partnership schools are taking part in six workshops during the course of the year run by Dr Steve Hobbs. The group is called X-Calibre Scholars, and Dr Hobbs has been very impressed by the willingness of these pupils to engage in these intellectual sessions. Having looked at making connections in

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Festival of Creativity & the Environment

On Thursday 16th November 2024, Over 100 young people from across our partnership came together with key members of the Environment Agency, The local authority and members of the House of Lords select committee plus other leading environmentalists to spend a day looking at the effects of global warming and coastal erosion, the event was

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Basketball Club

Through 2022-23 CSP pupils received professional basketball coaching on Saturday mornings to help build teamwork and self-esteem followed by a lovely lunch.

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Environment Symposium September 2022

Baroness Parminter, Chair of the Lords Environment and Climate Change Select Committee, met with CSP pupils to discuss how to teach behaviour change in schools to reduce carbon footprint as part of the Environment Symposium in September 2022 “The young people of Eastbourne are an extraordinary, engaged and committed group who are creating a climate

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Arts-based degrees

On Friday 28th April, Dylan and his team from East Sussex College visited Eastbourne College to deliver a series of interactive sessions, where both CSP and College pupils could learn about a range of arts related degrees. These included fashion, illustration, interior design, graphic design, architecture, and more. It was a great opportunity for all

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Raising Aspirations

Former Eastbourne Academy and Eastbourne College pupil Sandra Fuhrmann spoke on zoom with Year 10 pupils from a number of CSP schools, describing her journey to studying Modern and Medieval Languages at Cambridge University. She answered pupils’ questions, and urged them all to consider university themselves. 

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