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Month: December 2015

Parents’ Newsletter

Please see the latest Parents’ Newsletter below. The newsletter can also be downloaded from the link below. View our Student Leadership Team webcast:

Open Evenings in January

We welcome all local Year 8 and Year 9 students and parents to our Curriculum Evening Thursday 7 January 2016 both year groups will be starting GCSE studies in September 2016   We also welcome all local Year 11 students

Job Vacancy at CCW

Full Time Receptionist/Administrative Assistant 37 hrs per week, Term Time only Required from January Fixed term until August 2016 in the first instance Salary range: NYCC Band 4, (points 9-13) £7.11 to £8.09 per hour The postholder will be a

Festive Flourish

This morning a class visited Pannett Park to choose objects to make table decorations. We interviewed Kacey who said “We went to Pannett Park where the gardeners picked some berries and foliage for our decorations. We will give them to

Interview with Mrs Rahn

We asked her about enrichment day and what it was all about and what the theme is. She replied “It is all about the things that will not usually fall in to normal lessons. The theme is “my responsibility to

Enrichment Reading Task

I talked to Kate and Nadine, they have been making key rings and fans to take over to Airy Hill Primary School. They have gone over to Airy Hill to work one to one reading with the year 2 students.

Photography Enrichment

The photography group went down to Whitby beach to get some pictures of the sea and the views. All the students enjoyed the trip and thought they took really good images. Most students said that they enjoyed photography and they

Beach Clean Up

In the morning the group were on Whitby beach collecting rubbish that would pollute the oceans and kill sea animals. Mr Togwell is the leader and he is from the College (he is a science teacher). The people that we


A popular choice of sport on offer today was football, run by Miss Keogh. Participants said they chose sports because they enjoy it and they find it fun. Some people play football in their own time and they are using

Baking Enrichment

The most popular activity on offer today was baking with a lucky 24 students out of 120 being selected to make mince pies and shortbread for the elderly residents of Larpool Care Home. There were many delicious smells coming from