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Year 11 Intervention Timetable

2018  Year 11 intervention Programme

Change in Leadership

Please see attached link in reference to leadership changes in September.

Change in Leadership

Cycling to school.

Please see link to parent letter regarding cycling to school.

letters to parents re cycling to school

Ofsted Report

We are delighted to announce that Caister Academy has been graded as Good across all categories.

Please click the link to view the Ofsted Report.

Caister Academy Ofsted Report

Updates & Letters

Please follow this link for letters and further information.

Welcome

Inspiring, Challenging, Supporting.

At CAISTER ACADEMY we pride ourselves on getting the very best out of all our students and firmly believe this begins with basic principles of being smart, punctual, courteous and equipped to learn. High standards of behaviour and attendance are an essential ingredient to success.

Mrs M Strong Principal

Parents

This area contains information parents will find useful such as the latest OFSTED report, uniform details and much more.

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Pupils

Whether you are wondering what activities and clubs are available after school or you are curious about upcoming assemblies the students area should have what you need.

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Latest News

24th May 2018
Salters’ Festival of Chemistry

A team of four year 8’s represented Caister Academy in the Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at the UEA in May. The Salters’ Festivals of Chemistry are an initiative of the Salters’ Institute, working in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry, whose aim is to promote the appreciation of chemistry and related sciences amongst the […]

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23rd May 2018
CREST Awards

Congratulations to the year 8’s that took part in the CREST Awards. The CREST Awards scheme is the British Science Association’s flagship programme for young people that gives pupils the chance to participate in hands-on science through investigations and enquiry-based learning, supporting them to solve real-life STEM challenges through practical investigation and discussion.

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23rd April 2018
Readathon

Well done to the year 7 pupils who participated in the Readathon for Read for Good.  Pupils raised a total of £274.65, with the money going towards the Read for Good project children in hospital. Books and stories are particularly important – they comfort, distract, reassure and entertain. Read for Good provides a regular supply of brand new […]

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