08:12 AM - 19 May 2023

We have an exciting opportunity to join the school as Teacher of Physics from September. Please follow the link for details https://t.co/R6BvasimSu


10:17 AM - 16 May 2023

A huge congratulations to our young athletes who competed in the County Finals last week and achieved some fantastic results across a multitude of disciplines! And thank you to all the staff who supported them. 🏃‍♀️🏃🏽‍♂️🏆 pic.twitter.com/zC5KJesfzt


17:53 PM - 4 May 2023

Congratulations to Caldicot year 10 Rugby 🏉 winning the Newport Schools Cup today 5-0 against an extremely strong Caerleon team! Great game to watch💪😳 pic.twitter.com/3NSih4zG5T


17:26 PM - 3 May 2023

Huge congratulations to Caldicot year 7 Rugby team🏉 Winners of the year 7 Plate final today! Great match v Monmouth and 31-27 shows how tough a competition it was💪🏉 pic.twitter.com/xDH6adcuxo


09:45 AM - 26 Apr 2023

And they’re off! Following our year 10 and year 11 success, today year 7 and year 8 mathematicians try their hand at the Junior Challenge. Pob lwc pawb! pic.twitter.com/TvaIsb4KjN

13:50 PM - 25 Apr 2023

Thank you for your patience, this has now been resolved. https://t.co/42zX3SZ3iI

12:16 PM - 25 Apr 2023

Please be aware that due to external technical issues school communications, apart from phone lines, are unavailable. We will update you when this is resolved.


22:25 PM - 24 Apr 2023

What a great performance by the CaldiCoders!Two Cups at the regionals and a Cup at the GB finals🏆👏. https://t.co/D40tv8Ua7u pic.twitter.com/MCcOKjDtUv

16:14 PM - 28 Mar 2023

We have a very exciting opportunity for an excellent leader, take a look at our Deputy Head vacancy via E-Teach https://t.co/nh1cNk8ezm


21:10 PM - 27 Mar 2023

Caldicot School Team 2 won 'Best Application of Engineering and Technology. Also had two other nominations. We are very proud of them. pic.twitter.com/bdqOO9vo3q

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From May 2022, the school has responded to the 'Public Health Advice for Schools' checklist to ensure it considers the potential steps it could take to reduce the risk of transmission. However, from this date, the checklist replaces the 'Local COVID-19 infection control decision making framework'. As a result, the school will no longer be publishing its risk assessment with tiered levels of response to COVID-19 transmission rates.

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