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14:07 PM - 3 Dec 2021

A reminder that on Monday 13th December 2021, we have Head of School Open Door. Families can make an appointment to meet to discuss any concerns between 4.30 and 6.30pm.

08:56 AM - 3 Dec 2021

We have two exciting opportunities to join our school in September, following internal promotions. These include Head of Mathematics; and teacher of science (biology). Please follow the link for more details https://t.co/R6BvasimSu

09:25 AM - 1 Dec 2021

Please find link below to a letter from Mr Belli regarding an update on face-coverings, which has also been emailed to families https://t.co/mC1Oz9LvQb

10:15 AM - 27 Nov 2021

Retweetd From Caldicot School Engineering

Caldicot School has put a smile on 180 children's faces for Christmas Day. Nice! https://t.co/mol8M4ZDvK

11:03 AM - 22 Nov 2021

Reminder to all families that this Friday 26th November is an INSET Day and the school will be closed to students.

14:49 PM - 19 Nov 2021

We have raised £742 so far for today. Thank you very much for the donations! https://t.co/4Aik81Tec1

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1460660700494376960

17:27 PM - 16 Nov 2021

We will be supporting on Friday 19th November with a non-uniform day - £1 donation welcomed https://t.co/ruoOYAsY5M

17:00 PM - 15 Nov 2021

We are looking for an additional teacher of mathematics to join our team from September 2022. Click on the link for more details https://t.co/pLrOJ5kJc6

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1459596077426905088

18:56 PM - 13 Nov 2021

Retweetd From Caldicot School Music

Set this date in your calendars 😀 Saturday 18th December 6pm 🎶 Virtual Christmas Concert in aid of Caldicot Food Bank. Here is our first special message from https://t.co/EFyNxGEKvX

11:12 AM - 12 Nov 2021

Please follow the below link to a letter from our Chair of Governors, indicating the joint decision to end the formal partnership between our school and The Bishop of Llandaff CiW High School at the end of the academic year. https://t.co/Ew6VZL7wkf

Behaviour for Learning

High standards of behaviour in an orderly community are the foundations upon which a first-rate education is built. We believe that good discipline in the classroom results from carefully prepared lessons designed to engage each student's interest and curiosity and to challenge their intellect.

We expect students to behave in an orderly manner, showing respect for each other and for our staff, as well as respect for our school buildings and the equipment they use.

Achievement certificates presented at assemblies and letters of praise to parents are some of the many ways used to reinforce positive behaviour. Our chosen team of sixth form prefects, together with the student leaders, help our staff at break times and lunchtimes to look after the welfare and safety of younger pupils as they move around the school.

There are occasions when our expectations are not met and our clear policy ensures that parents are kept informed of such occasions. Our Behaviour Policy outlines our approach to securing high standards of conduct in lessons and around school.

Students have positive attitudes to learning and show enthusiasm for their work. They focus well, and develop suitable resilience and independence (Estyn)