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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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...
AFRICA INSPIRES: SPORTS FESTIVAL DAY
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: SPORTS FESTIVAL DAY

Sam and Tamesha’s blog Five schools. Over 700 students. 6 sports…but only one champion. Today we were lucky enough to spectate a festival that started in 2011 and is still thriving and growing stronger in skill and ability each year. I can honestly say that they have flourished and developed...
AFRICA INSPIRES: THE JEWEL IN AFRICA’S CROWN.
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: THE JEWEL IN AFRICA’S CROWN.

Sally’s blog Teaching tenses and tennis today, along with a visit to the reception class to practice the alphabet. It’s overwhelming how welcoming and inquisitive both staff and students are; everyday brings new questions concerning the moles on our skin (whether they itch or if we’re ill) and the differences...
CALUDON UPDATE: Summer 2016
 

CALUDON UPDATE: Summer 2016

The Summer edition of the Caludon Update is now available on issuu.com
AFRICA INSPIRES: another day of sporting triumph
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: another day of sporting triumph

Lauren and Jack’s blog Today was such an unforgettable experience, my memory was sparked as I saw familiar faces from last years trip. It was an amazing feeling when I heard multiple old friends from the schools shout my name out and see their big smiles, as I had kept...
AFRICA INSPIRES: We wouldn’t call it hard work
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: We wouldn’t call it hard work

Amy H and Jorja’s blog We started the day by travelling to Family Primary School and Kiddawalime Primary School. On arrival, we split into groups and started to play our various sports, including rounders, end ball, badminton and volleyball, we were both shocked and impressed at the skills the children...
AFRICA INSPIRES: Five of the warmest welcomes
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: Five of the warmest welcomes

Amy B’s blog Amazing day meeting all the 5 of our partnered primary schools; 5 warm welcomes, 5 incredible performances and countless handshakes and high fives. For me, I find it absolutely astonishing how people can be so welcoming. I’ve never met any of the teachers or students before, yet...
AFRICA INSPIRES: The adventure begins
 

AFRICA INSPIRES: The adventure begins

We’re up and running. No turning back now. The luggage has all been checked-in and Keown was relieved to find that he was able to purchase his favoured after-shave in the departure lounge. This has obviously been weighing on him as his relief was almost palpable. Others have also been...

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