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Month: October 2018

Work in progress for the Whitby Library Mural


On Friday 19 October, the Zimbabwean band ‘Mokoomba’ visited College and delivered an exciting performance and workshop with a group of Year 8 and 9 students. Mokoomba are in the middle of a 5 month world tour, and are nominated

Hot Chocolate Friday

#CaedmonHotChoc #HotChocolateFriday today for our fantastic Y7 who spoke so well to parents at our Open Evening. Thank you too Mrs Harrison!

Dropping off/collecting your son/daughter from outside the College

Please can all parents note that Beevers’ car park under the old railway bridge is not a designated drop off and collection point for College students and must not be used as such. We politely request that parents do not

MIDAS Training (Mini-bus driver awareness scheme)

A member of staff at Caedmon College, Mr Dave Young will be offering standard MIDAS theory training (minibus). Either intro or refresher courses at Caedmon College Whitby, Normanby Site, Room H8, on Monday 10 December 2018, starting at 3.45 until approx. 7.00pm. The cost will be £80

The Impact of Single Use Plastics on our Environment

Scarborough Borough Council – Public Consultation The Impact of Single Use Plastics on our Environment Consultation Closing Date: 2 November 2018 We are seeking the views of our residents, partners and stakeholders on the impact of Single Use Plastics on

House Points

Week ending 12/10/18 House KS3 KS4 Overall ADVENTURE 184 331 515 DISCOVERY 209 355 564 ENDEAVOUR 225 284 509 RESOLUTION 166 293 459  

Crazy Hair Day Total

Thank you to everyone who supported Crazy Hair Day yesterday, we have raised £353.37 for Saint Catherine’s Hospice.

Hot Chocolate Friday

Today’s winners include some of best KS4 attenders as well as 3 of our Y9 girls who attended an engineering event this week. Thanks to Mrs Hugill and Ms Nightingale for helping. #CaedmonHotChoc #HotChocolateFriday

Students travelling to College by Train

The train is running very late today due to problems at Glaisdale.