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See below all the latest events to happen at the College:
School Funding consultationPosted: 10/03/17
Please go to:
to leave your responses to the Consultation of Fairer Funding for Schools. Your support is vital. The Cambridgeshires Schools' suggested responses are on the document attached at the bottom of the full news article.(click on the 'read more button'.)
Anyone can leave their views on this consultation. Please also email your local MP and the Secretary of State for Education with your concerns about school funding for your school:
Our local MP, Heidi Allen:
Justine Greening (Secretary of State for Education):
For the full letter from Mr Daly click on the 'read more' button.
Year 7 Admissions September 2017Posted: 01/03/17
Year 7 Admissions 2017: to confirm your place please ring Jayne Lintorn on 01954 234485, or email her on email@example.com
2017 SVC Half Marathon and 5 MilerPosted: 19/01/17
It's time to sign up again!
All are welcome to join in our very successful Half Marathon and 5 Miler. Please click on the link below to sign up:
Also needed are students to volunteer to be marshals - see Mrs Sealy to sign up.
Charity Fundraising Success!Posted: 17/01/17
Thank you and well done to all SVC students for raising a total of £13,721 on the Sponsored Walk and Charities Morning.
How we will spend the money:
£3,000 will go to our house charities - £500 for each House.
£5,721 for student spaces – ideas for spending the money to be agreed at school council so student reps need to get to the next House Council!
£5,000 for environmental improvements around the school.
SVC Food DrivePosted: 16/12/16
Over 240 individual items have been donated by staff, students, parents and guardians for Cambridge Food Bank.
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