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Month: January 2017

Important Information for Parents

Inspection of Caedmon College Whitby by Ofsted We have just told your child’s school that we will inspect it on 01 February 2017. The lead inspector will be Debbie Redshaw, HMI. We are writing to you because we would like

Current Job Vacancies at CCW

Relief Caretaker – Ad-hoc hours, required as soon as possible. NYCC Premises Band 4, (point 9 £7.41 per hour). Teachers of English – Two full-time, established posts, required for September 2017. Teachers’ Pay Scale. The closing date for application is Noon

Parents’ Newsletter – 30 January 2017

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Year 9 Parents’ Evening – Thursday 16 February 2017, 4.00-6.00pm

Our Year 9 Parents’ Consultation Evening with subject teachers will be held on Thursday 16 February 2017 from 4.00-6.00pm at our Normanby site. Please complete the reply slip below stating which teachers you would like to see and ask your

Galactico Soccer Community Football League

Galactico Soccer is not currently running but if you are interested please contact s.nedley@ccwhitby.org.

Parents’ Newsletter – 23 January 2017

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Key Stage 4 Options Booklet

Confiscation Policy Update

Dear Parent/Carer At a recent Full Governing Body meeting, the Confiscation Policy was updated and adopted. Since it contains some changes, I would like you to be aware of them. Specifically: Jewellery (KS3/KS4) other than a watch, a ‘sleeper’ in

Parents’ Newsletter – 16 January 2017

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Police warn of sea danger

The coastguard and police have issued a warning to people to take extra care on the coast due to surging seas. The coastguard warning says: Stay away from areas where surging waves could sweep you off your feet, or hit