Author: Peter Almgill

Christmas Jumper Day

Christmas Jumper day is in full swing! Our students and staff have already raised over £430 for our chosen charity Save the Children. Thank you to all that took part and entered into the spirit of the season.

We have seen some amazing jumpers and, from our Sixth Form, some truly amazing suits!

Don’t forget that we will be having our Christmas Lunch on the 18th!

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Y7 Parents – Please download the ParentHub App

Our Y7 Parents should now be able to download the ParentHub App from both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. ParentHub is how we communicate with parents and ensures you have all the latest information, dates and photos.
If your child is moving up from a Federation primary school you will need to add the new school to ParentHub @CartertonCC is the school handle.

All existing parents please check that you have updated the app, there is a range of new features on the way and we don’t want you to miss out.

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Summer is nearly here!

Summer is nearly here and the time is approaching for us to think about keeping cool and comfortable. In order to help students and parents we would like to clarify the situation regarding summer uniform this year at the college by communicating the following points:

  1. Summer uniform should only be worn after May half term, as stated in the student planner.
  2. The decision to discontinue polo shorts as summer uniform was communicated to our uniform supplier last year, but over recent days we have become aware of some miscommunication over this issue. As a response to this, we have decided to let students wear polo shirts if they have them for term 6 this year – they must be the school issue ones.

During hot weather, students can remove blazers and wear short sleeved shirts, and in very hot conditions ties can also be removed – jumpers are always optional as long as a blazer is brought to school. In the event of hot weather prior to term 6, all staff will advise students about removing blazers and ties as appropriate.

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Parent Bulletin 23/03/2018

Please find below our latest parent bulletin.

Now would be a good time to download the ParentHub app as Parent Bulletins are more quickly shared using the app. We will shortly stop using SMS messages for anything non-urgent – having the app installed keeps you plugged into all the available information.

Parent Bulletin 23/03/2018
Parent Bulletin 23/03/2018
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Work Experience Evening for Year 10 Students

We will be having a Work Experience evening for all Year 10 students and parents/carers.  This is a really important evening which will give you all vital information on how Work Experience takes place. What Work Experience is all about.  Why students need to do Work Experience.  The benefits of Work experience.

Forms will also be distributed that need to be completed and signed by parents and students before a student is allowed to do Work Experience.

Please do come along to a very informative evening.

 

Jackie Mustoe

Careers and Exams Manager

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Change of Chef

Our Chef has moved on to bigger and better things – we have to say thanks to Chef Max who has worked tirelessly in our kitchen and has allowed us to build up the catering provision and ensures we always get our 5 stars for food safety.

We welcome Chef Mark, who is already known to us as he has been Max’s deputy for a couple of years. Come and say hello to Chef and as he always welcomes feedback from students and staff.

 

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