Posted on: 1/10/2019 Shoe Box Appeal 2019 Dear parent(s)/carer(s),
RE: Shoe Box Appeal
I am writing to ask for your support for our ‘Shoe Box Appeal’. Students will be working as a team to prepare and pack the boxes for shipment for Christmas. If you would like to support this initiative, you are welcome to supply goods from the following list. The shoe boxes are for boys or girls between the ages of 11 to 14 years. All items must be new.
Colouring books, pens, crayons, balls, lego blocks, yo-yo, building blocks, pencil case, pencil sharpener, dominoes, modelling clay, plasticine & cutters, stickers, writing pads, skipping rope, scarf, mittens / gloves, hat, harmonica, games, cards.
Please do not include the following: food, sweets, chocolate & drinks, battery operated toys, conflict related items, matches, inflammable liquids, inflammable aerosols (e.g.: deodorants & hair spray), seeds or any other living material, automatic washing machine powders, used or damaged items, liquids or lotions of any type including bubbles, medicines, hand-made or knitted stuffed toys, anything of a political, racial or religious nature, sharp objects, glass containers, mirrors or fragile items, clothing other than as listed above.
If you supply a shoebox, please pre-wrap it in Christmas wrapping paper.
Thank you very much in anticipation of your support that is much appreciated.
Teacher of Technology & Engineering / Athro Technoleg a Pheirianneg
Co-ordinator of KS4 Technology, Careers & Work Related Education
Cydlynydd Technoleg CA4, Gyrfaoedd ac Addysg Gysylltiedig â Gwaith.
Caldicot School Ysgol Cil-y-Coed
Address Cyferiad Mill Lane, Caldicot, Monmouthshire NP26 5XA
Tel ffon 01291 426474 Web Gwefan www.caldicotschool.com
Twitter @Caldicot_Sch Email Ebost [email protected]
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.