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Celebrating World Book Day!
Students at Chepstow Comprehensive went to great lengths to spread the word about the magic of books!
Many students spend their time glued to television screens, playing video games and becoming lost in the virtual world. World Book day ensures students realise the potential of the literary world, becoming lost in a book can be just as fun as playing a video game!
Here, at Chepstow students dressed up as their favourite characters and came to school armed with their favourite books to encourage others to read. The day was a great success!
The Phantom of the Opera!
The Phantom of the Opera was performed on the 18th, 19th and 20th of February, in Chepstow Comprehensive.
The performance from Chepstow students was spectacular. We must obviously thank all students and teachers involved including Peter Karrie for supporting us & making our show so special!
Watch our school news report for exclusive interviews with the cast.
"The costumes/ hair and make up were so realistic I didn’t recognise some students..."
"The performance was simply breath-taking''
Breathing Welsh Fire into our Eisteddfod
March 1st not only marked St David’s Day, but also saw Chepstow School celebrate their annual Eisteddfod with style.
Competitions were held all week, with curriculum areas challenging students with competitions.
Every day people in the UK go hungry for reasons ranging from redundancy to receiving an unexpected bill on a low income. Chepstow School wanted to make a difference.