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June 2021

  • Ely College Eco Warrior becomes Ely Hero!

    Published 30/06/21

    Huge CONGRATULATIONS to our Student Ambassador James! Not only is he an active member of our student council, but he heads up the Eco Warriors #Session6 after-school club.

    We are so proud that he has gained HERO status as a winner this week at the Ely Hero Awards and well-earned this recognition in our amazing community πŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈπŸ₯‡πŸ’šβ™»οΈπŸ€©

    Shout out to Ms Martin was also a finalist in the Best Teacher category. Ely College is so proud of you both! We have so many amazing staff here and the students to match!


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  • CMAT Arts Festival including our two CMAT's Got Talent Finalists from Ely College!

    Published 22/06/21

    The CMAT Arts Festival kicks off with the Dance and Secondary Showcases this week:

    CMAT DANCE SHOWCASE: Wednesday, June 23rd, 6.30pm  -

    CMAT SECONDARY SHOWCASE: Thursday, June 24th, 6.30pm  -

    (featuring music and drama from Ely College groups)

    Want to see if your shining star is in the lineup? Additional details on all the online showcases are contained within the attached PDF 'CMAT Arts Festival' PROGRAMME below.

    Don't forget, next week is the final of CMAT's Got Virtual Talent! We are so proud to have not one but TWO FINALISTS in the show! Congratulations to Cerys Bernard and Paddy Bennett! We have our finger crossed for you both!

    Next week:

    CMAT PRIMARY SHOWCASE: Tuesday, June 29th, 6.30pm

    CMAT’s GOT VIRTUAL TALENT, THE FINAL: Friday, July 2nd, 6.30pm 


    (All showcases are set at automated Premiere time but are subsequently available to watch at a later date).


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  • Seacole: Launch of our Fifth House!

    Published 07/06/21

    The votes have been counted & we are so pleased to announce the name of our new fifth House for September 2021! Mary Seacole was voted the winner & today we met with current Year 7 & 8s who will be joining Year 6 students to make up this House. It was great to celebrate with students & let them catch up with their new House team.

    Mary Seacole was a British-Jamaican nurse in the Crimean War; her compassion, bravery & savvy skills earned her recognition. More recently she was named 'Greatest Black Briton' & awarded posthumously, the Jamaican Order of Merit; which we fashioned our new House logo from! It even has the national flowers of Jamaica on it... purple flowers! Mrs Mustill is pleased!

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