Student Learning

Student learning is at the heart of everything we do at Caludon Castle School: all displays are focussed on outstanding learning; we have varied learning areas, called collaborative learning spaces...

Student Leadership

At Caludon Castle School student leadership is a key priority. We believe that the benefits of student leadership are wide and various. This year we are working to provide even...

Student Challenge

At Caludon we challenge students to recognise and realise their potential in a range of different areas, from high academic outcomes to sporting prowess and from active citizenship to artistic...

Student Support

At Caludon Castle we understand the need for quality care, guidance and support as the welfare of our students is of paramount importance to us. We have strong systems designed...

Welcome

Welcome to our school website. We are very proud of our school and believe that all children should strive to achieve their best. Our staff are committed to support and develop students to become confident and very well- equipped with skills to continue their learning journey when they leave us. Enjoying learning and being curious about the world we live in is important to us. We want students to deepen their thinking and be continuously challenged. The majority of our students left the sixth form last year either to go to university or to take up an apprenticeship.

As the lead school in the Castle Phoenix Teaching School Alliance we share our expertise and knowledge but also value the strong partnerships with other schools. We can learn from each other and together we are better. Our teachers benefit from the outstanding teacher programmes on offer and also contribute to shape effective student learning.

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Latest News

SPORTS DESK: Caludon students in Wasps squads
 

SPORTS DESK: Caludon students in Wasps squads

Congratulations to Joe Harrison (Year 8) and Taylor Moseley (Year 10), who have been selected for the U13 and U15 Wasps DPP squads for the 2016-2017 season. #represent
NEWS: Open morning and evening – Wednesday 5 October
 

NEWS: Open morning and evening – Wednesday 5 October

Our open morning and evening take place on Wednesday 5 October. The morning events start at 9.15 and 10.00. You are welcome to attend either session to meet the Head Teacher, see the school in action and meet students. The evening event is 5pm-7pm. Parents with children at Wyken Croft,...
SPORTS DESK: Autumn Term Sports Enrichment Timetable
 

SPORTS DESK: Autumn Term Sports Enrichment Timetable

The Sports Enrichment timetable for the 2016 Autumn term has been released. See below for what’s happening, where and when.
ANTI-BULLYING EVENING: Repeat evening planned for September
 

ANTI-BULLYING EVENING: Repeat evening planned for September

A repeat of July’s successful Anti-Bullying Evening takes place on Tuesday 27th Sept, from 5pm to 6pm. The evening is planned for new parents and those who were unable to attend the July event. Here is the poster:
LATEST NEWS: Storming top grades at the Castle
 

LATEST NEWS: Storming top grades at the Castle

Fantastic success for hardworking Caludon Castle students and staff.
NEWS: Team Caludon strikes Gold!
 

NEWS: Team Caludon strikes Gold!

We are delighted with the excellent results of our Sixth Form this year, our best results to date.  In true GB Olympic spirit, our students showed real resilience and determination.  100% of our leavers gained A*-E in A Levels and Level 3 BTEC courses.  A record 54.3% achieved A*-B grades,...
BACK TO SCHOOL: When do students return after the Summer break?
 

BACK TO SCHOOL: When do students return after the Summer break?

New Year 7 students start on Tuesday 6th September; Years 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13 students return on Wednesday 7th September. Year 12 students start on Monday 12th September for induction, lessons commence Tuesday 13th September. We look forward to welcoming our students back!
AFRICA INSPIRES: LOOKING AHEAD TO 2018
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: LOOKING AHEAD TO 2018

Andrew’s blog A remarkable few days in East Africa with a stellar cast of students, a strong lead role from Sally Hammersley and admirable support roles in the form of Ben and his good friend Richard; it’s a struggle to know what would phase these gentlemen. Late flight arrival on...
AFRICA INSPIRES: Parting is such sweet sorrow
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: Parting is such sweet sorrow

Keown’s blog The problem with making friends becomes apparent when it’s time to depart. Partly it’s to do with saying goodbye to whole groups but it’s also to do with saying goodbye to the individuals you’ve got to know. Seeing how happy they were at the start of the week...

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