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Publication success for CIS Chemist

Publication success for CIS Chemist

17/09/18

Congratulations to our very own Dr Alex Lawrenson, whose research into antimalarial drugs has been published in a recent issue of the Journal of Molecular Modeling.Nearly half the world’s population are at risk of malaria, which kills half a million people each year. The drug chloroquine is widely used to treat malaria, but there are many strains of malaria that are now resistant to chloroquine...

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Fun and games!

Fun and games!

13/07/18

We’ve had a great afternoon of fun to mark the first year of CIS.Walking relay, balloon racing, tug of war and a BBQ - what more can you ask for to celebrate one whole year of CIS! Thank you everyone!

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The Big Bang Fair

The Big Bang Fair

13/07/18

Congratulations to the Year 9 team from QPHS who have wowed the judges once again and made it through to the National Finals of Big Bang North West for the second year running. 

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QPHS are Cheshire School Awards 2018 winners

QPHS are Cheshire School Awards 2018 winners

06/07/18

We are really excited to share the news that Queen’s Park High School has once again been announced as a winner at this year's Trinity Mirror Cheshire Schools Awards, sponsored by Excell Supply Limited. This year the school was shortlisted as a finalist for the Communication Award category.  The Awards are in celebration of the hard work, dedication and achievements...

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IB Middle Years Programme

IB Middle Years Programme

06/07/18

CIS has been granted official International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme Candidacy status. We are really excited about rolling out our interdisciplinary learning and Inquiry model (and much more) from September. If you are a school/teacher/parent/student interested in finding out more then you can contact kbrown@cistudio.co.uk.Follow our journey on Facebook or instagram.  

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UK winner of global teacher prize worth $1M

UK winner of global teacher prize worth $1M

20/03/18

A teacher from north London has been announced as winner of a competition to find the world's best teacher.Andria Zafirakou, who teaches art and textiles in a Brent secondary school, has won a prize worth $1m (£720,000).She has spoken of the hardship and overcrowded housing conditions facing many of her pupils.But in accepting the prize, she called for more support for the "power of the arts...

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