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16:51 PM - 19 May 2022

We have an exciting opportunity to join our school as Teacher of Music starting in September. Please click on the link to find out more. https://t.co/hIxarKj5Vh

16:17 PM - 18 May 2022

We have an exciting opportunity to join our school as 2nd in Mathematics starting in September. Please click on the link to find out more. https://t.co/4kG0skTyFP

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17:47 PM - 9 May 2022

Retweetd From Caldicot School PE

Congratulations to Caldicot year 9 Rugby on winning the Newport Schools Cup v Bassaleg today🏉Great effort from both sides and the occasion enjoyed by all! Thanks to Newport high for hosting https://t.co/J46dVuf8Js

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10:58 AM - 14 Apr 2022

Retweetd From WJEC

✍️ Looking to get your students exam ready with FREE learning and revision resources, tips, and guidance? Find everything you need on the WJEC Student Hub: https://t.co/5cyywo6TNz | https://t.co/KDMbCjPFoj

11:09 AM - 7 Apr 2022

A reminder that Friday 8th April is a non-uniform day - £1 donations welcomed, which will be donated to support those affected by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The school day will finish at 1.20pm.

11:05 AM - 7 Apr 2022

Please find our April 2022 Newsletter here https://t.co/mQka0a5rxL

10:06 AM - 23 Mar 2022

A reminder that on Thursday 31st March we have Year 7 parents evening from 3.30pm. Students will be able to make appointments directly with their teachers.

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17:44 PM - 11 Mar 2022

Retweetd From [email protected]

We had an inset today, but 23 students volunteered to come in today to support the packing and organisation of aid for Ukraine. All the aid was supplied by the Caldicot School family. https://t.co/K2HMiRlp30

09:45 AM - 7 Mar 2022

A reminder that Friday 11th March is an INSET Day. School will be closed to students

13:46 PM - 17 Feb 2022

STORM EUNICE: Following advice from the local authority, the school will move to remote learning on Friday 18th February. Work will be available via Google Classrooms. For information check our remote learning page https://t.co/HHk7vh0z5R

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 

Peter Nurcombe

Sarah Hawkins

Ian Standing

Lisa Dymock

Julia Hanks

Local Authority Governor/(Chair of Governors)

Local Authority Governor (Safeguarding Governor)

Local Authority Governor

Local Authority Governor

Local Authority Governor

Paul Glover

Reverend Dan Frett

Rachel Norman

Adrian Hallworth

Mark Lewis

Community Governor/(Vice-Chair)

Community Governor

Community Governor

Community Governor

Community Governor

Stephen Pember

Lucy Adams

Crispin Watkins

Elaine Choules

Reverend William Ingle-Gillis

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Parent Governor

Nathan Small

John Harman

Rhoswen Rogers

Staff Governor (Non-Teaching)

Staff Governor (Teacher)

Staff Governor (Teacher)

Marc Belli

Executive Headteacher (ex officio)

Steven Grech

Rob Downs

Kate Batchelor

James Davies

Rhiannon O'Callaghan

Head of School (Associate Member)

Deputy Head (Associate Member)

Assistant Head (Associate Member)

Assistant Head (Associate Member)

Assistant Head (Associate Member)

Samantha Maunders Interim Clerk to Governors

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)