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Y11 Prom

Tickets for the Prom are only on sale until Friday 14 June, Y11 students intending to attend need to get their tickets asap.

Whitby Sixth Form Open Evening

The newly named Whitby Sixth Form will be on its own site and we would like the chance to tell you about our plans. We are excited at the potential for new developments in Post 16 education in Whitby and are holding an open event at Caedmon College Whitby, Scoresby Site on Tuesday 18 June at 4.30-6.30pm and would be pleased if you could attend.

If you would like to attend but are unable to and would like to find out more, please contact Susan Boyd at Caedmon College, post@ccwhitby.org

Y7&8 Open Evening – Tuesday 11 June, 4-6pm

Presentation starts at 4.00pm in the main hall on the Normanby Site, and will be repeated at 5.00pm. Guided tours will be available throughout the evening. We look forward to seeing you.

Botton Village Summer Fete

The Northern School of Art Summer Show

AAT Apprenticeship Opportunity

Wasley Chapman LLP in Whitby have an opening for a trainee accountant to join their team as an AAT Apprentice.

They are looking for someone school leaver age, with good passes at GCSE. A-levels would be considered but are not a necessity.

The role, which will also include reception and admin work, would suit a friendly, approachable person with good people skills and a professional demeanour.

They are asking for all CV’s to be emailed over to Philip.Cuthbert@wasley-chapman.co.uk by 28 June 2019. The start date for the new trainee would be as soon as possible after interviews have taken place etc.

Job Description

Teaching Vacancy

TEACHER OF ART
Fixed term to July 2020; part-time (0.6-0.8FTE)

Required from September 2019 for the academic year
Salary range: Teachers’ Pay Scale

  • Caedmon College Whitby is seeking a qualified Teacher of Art who can teach across the age range 11-18.
  • We are looking for a reliable and enthusiastic person to join our team of Art and Design specialists who can inspire students to reach their potential. Experience of tahing to GCSE and A-level highly desirable.

To apply, please complete the standard teaching application form from our website and include a covering letter as to why you believe you will be the best candidate for the post.

Please telephone/access our website www.ccwhitby.co.uk for further details and a teaching application form.

Please contact j.robinson@ccwhitby.org for information

NB: All postholders are subject to Criminal Records checks for the
Safeguarding of young people
Closing date: Noon, Friday 7 June 2019

Person Specification

Lazer Run Competition

Caedmon College Equestrian Team

Well done to the Caedmon College Equestrian team who were competing at Northallerton equestrian centre in the half term holidays.

The class sizes were huge and you were all fantastic showing true spirit and support for each other.

Congratulations on some brilliant individual and team placings. In the 80cm Class Sophie Morrison came fourth and Freya Woods came eleventh, in the 90cm class the team Katarina Harrison-Gaze, Olivia Morrison, Tia Woods and Freya Woods came fifth overall and Freya Woods came sixth individually and finally the 1m team Katarina Harrison-Gaze, Olivia Morrison and Tia Woods came fifth.

College Uniform Policy

As this half term draws to a close, I am writing to remind you of the details of our uniform policy to help you in providing the appropriate College Uniform for your son/daughter during the summer term. I have enclosed a separate information sheet that lists and illustrates our uniform requirements. All items are available locally or online from Esk Valley Embroidery.

Please note:

  • Uniform items (other than replacement ties) are not available from the College, but can be purchased from Esk Valley Embroidery.
  • Make-up – must be minimal and natural looking. No false eyelashes, excessive use of highlighter, eyeliner or bright lip colours.
  • Jewellery – students are allowed to wear one pair of stud earrings only, that are no bigger than a 5p piece. No facial piercings are allowed, specifically, nose, eyebrow or lip piercings. A watch may be worn (although I-watches or similar are not allowed when taking examinations or classroom tests). A single charity band is allowed. No rings, bracelets or necklaces are permitted on health and safety grounds.
  • Nails – nail varnish should be clear only. Coloured nail varnish, including nude colours, are not permitted. False nails, including French tips are also not permitted, again on health and safety grounds.

Failure to follow the above conditions will result in us contacting you and sanctions as per the College policy. Should you believe there to be a genuine reason for your son/daughter not to be wearing the correct College uniform, please contact Mr Bone (KS4) or Mrs Wood (KS3) in the first instance and they will discuss this matter with you.

As the country, school uniform provides students with a sense of community and local identity. We really appreciate your support in ensuring that all students attending Caedmon comply with our expectations.

Thank you for your continuing support.

Yours sincerely

Simon Riley
Principal
post@ccwhitby.org

Girls and Boys
Plain white shirt with collar
College tie
Black blazer with College badge
Plain black, polishable footwear
(trainers are permitted as long as they are fully polishable – no fabric or canvas are allowed, no visible logos or coloured writing)

Girls
Plain black skirt (skirts must be knee length – you may need to purchase from the women’s section rather than buying for the age of your daughter to ensure a decent length) or plain black trousers (not leggings, jersey material that are pull on, jeans style or cropped)
White or dark plain socks or black tights

Boys
Plain black trousers (not jeans style)
White or dark plain socks

PE Kit – Girls
(Indoor)
Plain white polo shirt
Black shorts
White socks
(Outdoor)
Plain black fleece
Plain white polo shirt
Black shorts
Plain black or navy blue tracksuit bottoms/leggings
Black hockey socks

PE Kit – Boys
(Indoor)
Plain white polo shirt
Black shorts
Black socks
(Outdoor)
College rugby shirt
Plain white polo shirt
Black shorts
Plain black or navy blue
tracksuit bottoms
Black football socks

Trainers/Boots are needed in PE dependent on the activity.
Football boots must be worn for football and rugby.
We strongly advise that shin pads are worn for football and hockey
and a gum shield for hockey and rugby.