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18 February 2019

Key Stage 3 students talk about life at CAST
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18 February 2019

Key Stage 3 students talk about life at CAST

Hear what some of our Key Stage 3 students have to say about studying at Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology.

Please click here to view their short video.

18 February 2019

What is it like to study at CAST Sixth Form?
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18 February 2019

What is it like to study at CAST Sixth Form?

Hear what some of our Sixth Form students have to say about studying at Cambridge Academy for Science and Technology.

Please click here to view their short video.

11 February 2019

Wind Turbine Designing in Physics
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11 February 2019

Wind Turbine Designing in Physics

Our Year 9s have been designing and building their own wind turbines using wooden splints, corks and cocktail sticks  – experimenting with the angle and length of the blades to see how it affects how fast it spins, then using a fan to test their design.

31 January 2019

Big Question Day on Religion
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31 January 2019

Big Question Day on Religion

Thank you to everyone from the different faiths who came to speak to our Year 10s for the Big Question Day discussing religion.

Our Big Question Days are part of the wider curriculum where we encourage our students to discuss important topics such as religion, or politics. It gives them the opportunity to think about how they can get involved in issues that are important to them and how they can make a difference in life.

Visitors who volunteered their time to come and talk to our students were Revd Christine Campbell, Father Simon Leworthy, Faisal Mohammed, Mrs Orna Meir-Stacey and Andy Blackford.

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Who we are

You could be part of Cambridge  Academy  for  Science and Technology – joining the next generation of Britain’s scientists, technicians, engineers, and programmers. As highly skilled young people you will be the innovators and enterprising employees of tomorrow. You will be helping to create new industries and provide much-needed talent for existing businesses and public services both within our region, and beyond. You will learn in innovative and exciting ways, fulfilling your desire to be a dynamic, future-thinking scientist.

Sian Foreman
Headteacher

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