THE BIG CLF TALENT SHOW 2022

Tuesday 15th November
Advert – Tickets

Anti-Bullying – Parent guide

Monday 14th November
A PARENT’S GUIDE TO ANTI-BULLYING

CLF Post 16 Open Evening

Tuesday 18th October
CLF Post 16 Open Evening takes place on Wednesday 19th October – information and booking can be found here: https://post16.clf.uk/open-event/

‘Revealed’ at the Tobacco Factory

Friday 7th October
32 of our brilliant GCSE Drama and Performing Arts students, took part in a fantastic opportunity to see ‘Revealed’ at the Tobacco Factory. It was a powerful and engaging play that explores a range of themes including masculinity, racism and homophobia. After the show students had the opportunity to ask

Celebrating Black History Month

Friday 7th October
Celebrating Black History Month with extra curricular activities including a special guest Shakara delivering poetry to Year 10, African dance workshops for Year 7 and Year 9 and tradition Somali food, Sukhaar and Barees, was prepared and served by our students.

Summer Holidays at Felix Road Adventure Playground

Wednesday 20th July
 

The CLF BIG Trip

Friday 27th May
The CLF BIG Trip Last week seven of our CAB students joined up with students from all CLF secondary schools to attend the BIG Trip in Aberdovey, Snowdonia. They spent the week hiking up mountains, camping in the torrential rain, jumping off piers, building rafts, completing jet boat swims and

SEND Review workshop for young people; voices raised!

Friday 20th May
SAY are excited to share that we are working together with KIDs Consortium and the CDC to make sure that CYP are given the chance to be heard.  We plan a fun workshop on Tuesday May 31st at The Engine Room (THE STATION, Silver Street, Bristol BS12AG) to give CYP the opportunity

City Academy Production of Aladdin Junior – Wednesday 6th April

Wednesday 30th March

Barton Hill walk-in Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic – Saturday 19th March

Friday 18th March
Barton Hill walk-in Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic The most recent government figures show cases of coronavirus rising and in Bristol infection rates are well above the national average.  Since 2020, the COVID-19 vaccine has been our best protection against the virus, reducing the risk of it being