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  • HPL Newsletter

    Published 19/07/24

    Our High Performance Learning student ambassadors are excited to share the achievements of the past year. Spanning from year 3 to year 12, these students have worked diligently across various projects. They frequently meet, with some of the tea often meeting during their lunchtimes, to plan and execute valuable activities that benefit the entire school community. Thank you to our ambassadors for their dedication and for promoting HPL so effectively throughout the school.

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  • Cadets commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day

    Published 12/06/24

    Last Thursday, some of our cadet contingent took part in a parade to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day. The event was held at Wootton Community Centre, and the cadets marched to the bagpipes and formed a guard of honour for the lighting of the beacon. This all happened in the presence of the Deputy Lord Lieutenant. There were readings from various community representatives and our own Cadet Zach Morley before an act of remembrance took place. The cadets conducted themselves very well, looked extremely smart, and received numerous compliments from members of the public.

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  • An inspiring assembly with alumnus - Henry Dunn

    Published 25/04/24

    It was an absolute pleasure to welcome back CCS alumnus Henry Dunn to school this week. Henry delivered an assembly to students in Years 10-13, sharing his story of travelling and how a sudden traumatic accident led to the amputation of his left arm. He shared his personal journey from waking up from surgery to the rehabilitation that followed, to public speaking with students and corporations today. An inspiring young man who has used his resilience to show how facing adversity is possible.

    We welcome you to watch his recorded assembly here:

    Below you can find the videos he shared in his presentation (in full).

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  • Science Festival - Winners announced

    Published 14/03/24

    On Tuesday, we hosted our Science Festival in celebration of British Science Week. The event, which welcomed students from Year 5 through Year 8, showcased the creativity of over 150 participants from both CCS and Woodland View Primary School. Throughout the evening, we witnessed a fantastic showcase of scientific exploration and creativity. From captivating experiments to thought-provoking investigations and research, our students truly shined as they shared their knowledge and passion for science. The students, parents and teachers were all proud of their work and many are already looking ahead to next year. Congratulations to the winners, and a massive thank you to the staff for your support, the judges for their time, our generous sponsors, and all the parents/carers for attending.

    Well done to all the students for their hard work! 

    1st prize - Laser Security System by S Yousuf (Year 7), T Veeranki (Year 7)
    2nd prize - Hydraulic wonders – A Vuppal (Year 7), J Aluru (Year 7)
    3rd prize - Hydropower - T Faulkner (Year 7), J Burton (Year 7)

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  • Red Nose Day - 15 March 2024

    Published 29/02/24

    Thursday 29 February 2024

    Dear parents and carers,

    As an all-through school, we will be celebrating Red Nose Day on 15th March 2024. Please see the attached letter on behalf of the House Team for further details on how students can participate in the non-uniform day and the cake sale.

    Kind regards,

    Autumn Wilson-Haywood
    Communications and Marketing Administrator

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  • CCS celebrates Children’s Mental Health Week

    Published 09/02/24

    Children’s Mental Health Week 2024 focused on young people’s voices.  CCS promoted this theme with assemblies, competitions and getting students involved in recording the below two videos to help raise awareness throughout the school.  We are proud to share these and celebrate our young people’s performances.  Mental Health Stigmaencourages people to talk about their feelings, while ‘Wellbeing Myth-buster’ separates the truths from the myths about mental health and bullying.

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  • We are currently seeking independent trustees to join our Academy Trust

    Published 13/12/23

    Caroline Chisholm Education Trust is searching for independent trustees to join our board. Our trust board, which is the governing board of Caroline Chisholm School, meets regularly to look at the big picture and the school’s long-term goals.

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  • 500 words competition winners

    Published 27/11/23

    Last Friday, we announced the winners of our CCS 500 words competition. As part of our focus on writing for pleasure, we encouraged all students to enter the BBC 500 words competition and run our own parallel competition in school.

    After reading over 100 entries, the judges had a very difficult time in selecting the eventual winners.

    Many congratulations to Advik, Ailiyah, Ella, Eva, Gabriela, Harrison, Jack, Oliver, Rafay, Reggie, Rose, and Shreeya! 

    Please take a read of our winners' anthology below, showcasing all winning stories, from Year 1 - 6. 

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  • Academy Trust: Annual General Meeting

    Published 27/11/23

    On Wednesday 6 December, our Academy Trust will be holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM), which all parents and carers are welcome to attend. The meeting will start at 7pm.

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