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Month: November 2017

KED Science Matters

Upper secondary science students in Sweden, England, the Netherlands and India – all members of the KED Network – have united to create a scientific journal. Here, in the first issue, is an article written by CCW Biology students Kate

Boccia and Table Cricket Competition

On 22 November, ten students from Caedmon College Whitby took part in the Sport Special Secondary, Boccia and Table Cricket at Scarborough Rugby club. The events aim was to include all students in sports. The students participated in many games and competitions and overall were

Seven Stories – The National Centre for Children’s Books

Students in Y8 went to visit Seven Stories in Gateshead to experience interactive display and exhibitions inspired by the world of books and stories as part of the new “Inspiration” theme. They had lots of fun exploring games, props, early

Training Days

A polite reminder that College will be closed to all students next week due to staff training days – Monday 27 November-Friday 1 December.

Salvation Army Christmas Appeal

Caedmon College Whitby has launched a Christmas appeal for the Salvation Army – all staff and students are asked to donate at least one item each to help towards Christmas for those in our community who are in need. We

Parents’ Newsletter

Please see the latest Parents’ Newsletter below. The newsletter can also be downloaded from the link below:

Thank you from the children of Egton School

A lovely thank you from the children of Egton School after they attended our multi-skills festival.

Y11 Parents Revision “drop in” Session

You should, by now, be aware of the various resources available to you and your son/daughter with regard to revision for their GCSE examinations. In October we held a very successful parents’ revision night and introduced “GCSE Pod” (an online

Children in Need

Total raised at Caedmon College today is £858.43 – a massive well done to everyone.

Captain Cook Museum takeover

Takeover Day is a celebration of children and young people’s contributions to museums, galleries, arts organisations, archives and heritage sites. It’s a day on which they are given meaningful roles, working alongside staff and volunteers to participate in the life