@Caldicot_Sch

09:42 AM - 30 Jun 2020

After some initial discussion and engagement between Mr Belli and families last evening, we have sent an email to open the discussion more fully. Please complete and return. The link is below. Thank you https://t.co/UKvE1hw6Wd

18:40 PM - 29 Jun 2020

We would really welcome feedback from students, staff and families... poll closes in 3 days https://t.co/oXTdJ4XXYo

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1277489939710705665

07:31 AM - 29 Jun 2020

We are very much looking forward to welcoming back some of our Year 10 students today https://t.co/bw3cdrHQx3

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1275777345048231941

14:06 PM - 24 Jun 2020

Here is our latest animation which helps explain how the school will support students and staff to return in a safe way from 29th June https://t.co/oyafbPxqVU

13:00 PM - 22 Jun 2020

Is that garlic mayo on top? ;)

17:37 PM - 19 Jun 2020

Please find attached a letter, which has also been emailed to families, regarding the amended plans for phased re-opening https://t.co/lpjUu3AGnD

16:08 PM - 19 Jun 2020

Please find a letter from Will McLean, Chief Education Officer https://t.co/Kft8QLOcHG

12:12 PM - 18 Jun 2020

A message to our students from Mr Belli, Executive Headteacher https://t.co/YyrYlK80Wj

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1273166711248900096

09:12 AM - 17 Jun 2020

We have written to families with our planning for the 29th June onwards. This includes our 'Be Kind. Stay Safe' Guide; risk assessment; and information for attendance. We have also prepared a quick video animation to help. Please share and RT https://t.co/ZkspKzvWkD

http://www.twitter.com/caldicot_sch/status/1272810668593483776

09:38 AM - 16 Jun 2020

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Posted on: 15/08/2019

A Level Results, 2019

Students at Caldicot School are celebrating their achievements today as they receive their A Level results. Simon Rees, Head of School (Acting) was delighted. “It has been a very exciting morning as, along with improved performance across the school, we have received confirmation from our students of their destinations.  We encourage them to be ambitious and it is wonderful to learn that the majority of them can now begin preparing for the next steps, including many embarking upon a whole range of interesting courses at university.” Peter Nurcombe, Chair of Governors, said “Our staff and students have worked hard over the last 2 years, so it is a pleasure to see them rewarded with these high grades which will allow our students to be successful at university where the large majority of our students will be heading. University is not for everyone however, and I am equally proud of our students who are going to be doing an apprenticeship or entering the world of work. The Governing Body joins me in wishing these young people every success in their futures.”  Mr Rees added, “we are very proud of all our students, but some individuals have really shone this year” Luke Gawthon A A* A* A in Physics, Mathematics, Further Mathematics & the EPQ; Natalie Groves A A B in English, Art and Psychology; James Jude A A A in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics; Emma Kirkby A* A* A A in Media, Psychology, Welsh Language & Welsh Baccalaureate; James O’Sullivan B A A in Physics, Mathematics and Psychology; Emyr Thomas A A* A* in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics; Holly Wetter B A A* A in English, History, Media, and Welsh Baccalaureate; and Sara Williams B A A* A in French, Geography, History and Welsh Language.

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