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14:04 PM - 29 Jul 2020

Examination Results in 2020 - Remember to check that you can access your school email account as we will be providing exam results electronically to these accounts only. https://t.co/zIuq3cFSAU Contact the school via email for help if you need it.

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1283763250304352256

14:59 PM - 16 Jul 2020

We have prepared a short animation to capture the main points from our 'Restart; Refresh; Recover' Guide for families. Have a great break and we can't wait to see you all soon https://t.co/vvMZgcTNIC

12:22 PM - 16 Jul 2020

As the year draws to a close, and with current circumstances meaning that we are unable to say farewell to Year 11 in the usual way, here is a clip celebrating Year 11s time with us. https://t.co/ARvV25EncN

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1283657770575724544

08:00 AM - 16 Jul 2020

We are really looking forward some of our Year 8 students returning today and tomorrow! https://t.co/PHgbx2cT3V

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1282617909488029697

11:08 AM - 13 Jul 2020

We welcome one of our newest members of staff. Meet Poppy, who is our trained wellbeing dog. Mr Malpas, who is our new Alternative Provision Manager is brining her in during the quieter period to support her transition to her new role before September https://t.co/kxCCRT0otr

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1282537351038869506

05:48 AM - 13 Jul 2020

We are very much looking forward to welcoming back some of our Year 7 students this morning! https://t.co/HkCPOoq6fO

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1281538373790904321

11:38 AM - 10 Jul 2020

It has been lovely to see some of our Year 9 and Year 12 students this week. We are really looking forward to welcoming some of our Year 7 and Year 8 students next week! https://t.co/7VCRCV8vGt

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1280103731556683776

12:38 PM - 6 Jul 2020

It has been fantastic to welcome back some of our Year 9 and Year 12 students today https://t.co/UDwOpfCqB4

11:43 AM - 6 Jul 2020

Please see the link below to the Caldicot School Class of 2020 Leavers survey, open to Y11 leavers for completion by 12 noon on Friday 10th July. https://t.co/vyBPxULgCa

Governors

There are 20 governors in total who make up the governing body of Caldicot School. Governors bring a range of experiences to work closely with the leadership and staff at the school. 

The Governing Body helps formulate the aims and policies of the school. No individual governor has any over-arching authority; sub-committees have delegated powers awarded by the governing body as a whole. The chair of governors, however, has the authority to answer letters, deal with emergencies and liaise with the Executive Headteacher without constant recourse to the full governing body.

COMPOSITION OF THE GOVERNING BODY 2019-20

Peter Nurcombe

Sally Ingle-Gillis

Graham Murphy

Ian Standing

Linda Guppy

Local Authority Governor/(Chair of Governors)

Local Authority Governor

Local Authority Governor

Local Authority Governor

Local Authority Governor

Paul Glover

Gillian Bray

Rachel Norman

Adrian Hallworth

Mark Lewis

Community Governor

Community Governor

Community Governor

Community Governor

Community Governor/(Vice-Chair)

Stephen Pember

Julia Hanks

Simon George

Amanda Boswell

Helen Davies

Reverend William Ingle-Gillis

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Nathan Small

Rob Downs

Michele Thomas

Staff Governor (Non-Teaching)

Staff Governor (Teacher)

Staff Governor (Teacher)

Marc Belli

Steven Grech

Executive Headteacher (ex officio)

Head of School (ex officio)

Simon Rees

James Davies

Rhiannon O'Callaghan

Helen Mock

Deputy Head (Observer)

Assistant Head (Observer)

Assistant Head (Observer)

Corporate Wellbeing Manager (Observer)

Jacqui Morris Clerk to Governing Body

The Chair of Governors and Clerk to Governing Body can be contacted directly by letter via the school.

Governors are enthusiastic and committed supporters of the school. They have a sound understanding of the school’s strengths and areas for improvement and provide leaders with a suitable level of challenge (Estyn)