A beautiful day in July saw two pupils, Sonny and Ellen go to BFi Studios in London with Mr Read and Mrs Ingham for CET’s Write off competition. Through the day they worked with Harry Oulton – a successful screen writer – to develop a script, which would be up against other CET schools in […]
This year Mrs Arnold our librarian took another group of pupils to the fifth Norfolk Children’s Book Festival. The festival aims to promote literacy and a love of books by encouraging the reading of good literature by young people across the county. With the believe that hearing authors talk about what inspires their writing, and sharing these stories with readers, not […]
The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are the UK’s oldest and most prestigious children’s book awards. Often described by authors and illustrators as ‘the one they want to win’ – they are the gold standard in children’s literature. The CILIP Carnegie Medal is awarded by children’s librarians for an outstanding book written in English for children and young […]
Well done to Ines who won our design a World cup football shirt competition.
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 […]
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.
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 […]
The game started well for Caister with Aaron and Ben dominating the midfield and supplying the two centre forwards with a couple of scoring opportunities. Caister and Lynn Grove shared the possession and it was only the woodwork that denied Kiam from getting onto the score sheet. Caister began to show promise down the left […]
For two days in March chosen pupils worked with other pupils in year ten from 7 other schools in Norfolk at Cambridge university on the Sutton Scholars programme. Across the two days they worked with other pupils to produce an information poster to inform about their research topic. They got the opportunity to sit in […]
The Up for Debate event took place at Harrow School in London. The pupils spent the day debating with a range of schools from across the country. They prepared for two of the three debates that they took part it – spending time with Mrs King and Miss Vanner researching, preparing and practising before the […]