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End of term letter to Parents/Carers
Results Day 2014
GCSE Results: Thursday 21st August between 10am and 12noon.
A-Level Results: Thursday 14th August at 10.30am
On results day we are unable to hand out individual results to anyone other than the student. Uncollected results will be posted home on the day to home addresses. If any student is unable to collect their results in person and would like someone to collect them on their behalf, a signed letter needs to be provided.
Monday 1st September – INSET Day (School closed to students)
Tuesday 2nd September – Student Enrolment Day. All Year 7 students are in school on this day. Years 8 – 11 will only be required to come in to school on this day to attend their appointment and must be accompanied by a parent/carer. Download: Letter to Parents re Student Enrolment Day 2 September
Normal timetables will begin for all year groups on Wednesday 3rd September.
For the first time, Cathedral Academy has set up a Parent Teacher Association, which we have called CASPA. We believe that a PTA is an excellent way to bring together parents, teachers and hopefully the community to raise money and to support the school.
We hope our PTA will provide an opportunity for everyone to work together towards a common goal. All parents can get involved, at the moment we have three parents representing your views. The academy will benefit from the additional funds we will raise and the increased opportunity for parents to be more involved in school life.
Please follow @CASPA_Cathedral on Twitter for the latest news! If you are interested in joining the PTA please contact Joanna Johnson in the attendance office or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Year 10 going in to Year 11
Year 9 going in to Year 10
Year 8 going in to Year 9
Academic Achievement– Mr. A Jeffrey (Vice Principal)
Teaching and Learning – Mrs. K Cafferky (Vice Principal)
Behaviour/Safeguarding – Mr. P Willerton (Assistant Vice Principal)
Data, Assessment, Reports – Mr. S Pinder (Assistant Vice Principal)
Language and Learning (SEN and EAL) – Mr. P Willerton (Assistant Vice Principal/SENCO) , Mr. N Alyas (Assistant SENCO/Leader of EAL)
Homework/Parent Partnerships– Mrs. B Smith (Associate Assistant Vice Principal)
Year 7 – Miss. T Cullen (Y7 Achievement Leader), Mr. J Boam (Y7 Student Liaison Officer)
Year 8 – Mr. S Taylor (Y8 Achievement Leader), Mr. T Marchant (Y8 Student Liaison Officer)
Year 9 – Miss. S Holden (Y9 Achievement Leader), Mr. G Summerfield (Y9 Student Liaison Officer)
Year 10 /Year 11– Mr. A Brooke (Y10/Y11 Achievement Leader), Miss. L Coulson (Y10 Student Liaison Officer), Mr. P Newlove (Y11 Student Liaison Officer)
The day involved 15 Year 5 students who were selected as the top 4 highest performers in the year group from 4 of our feeder schools. The aim of the day was to challenge the students and take them out of their comfort zone to progress and gain new learning. The day included sessions on the following;
Session 1 - Modern Foreign Languages – Focussing on Tour de France learning new French Vocabulary.
Session 2 – Maths – Sing along times table, picture puzzles and 4D shape making.
Session 3 – English – Training to become a reading mentor.
Session 4 – History – Finding out about history examining evidence and presenting to other groups.
All students were a credit to their primary school all enjoyed it and had a lot of new learning. They conducted themselves very well showing confidence and enquiring minds. All received a medal, certificate and a certificate showing they are a reading mentor. The student who contributed the most throughout the day was Amy Foster from St. Michaels Academy and she won a £20 WHSmith Voucher.
YEAR 9 – Higher Education Experience Day – Leeds Metropolitan University
The day involved 14 Year 9 Most Able Students. The first activity was a meet and greet Ice breaker- Students were split into two groups and sat on separate tables. There was a student ambassador on each table. Their first task was to, as a team build a tower that was 10cm high (or taller) to hold a cream egg. We did well but didn’t win.
They then had to match up the key words with the correct definition, e.g. Masters, Graduate etc. They then had to rank in order the most important reason for going to university to the least important reason. This was followed by a tour of the campus.
They chose between 3 different workshops:
Ben who was one of the student ambassadors who was sat with our students said they worked very well and were very friendly!
Miss Kirk & Miss Trout