GCSE results day - Click here for more information
Results can be collected from the school on Thursday 24th August between 10:00am and 11:30am. As well as collecting results, pupils will need to provide information about their confirmed destination for next year based on their results. Staff will be available to discuss options and provide support in ensuring that an appropriate pathway is available. Appointments will be available on the Thursday and Friday for any pupils that are uncertain about their destination. If your son/daughter is unable to make results day in person, their results can be posted home if a stamped addressed envelope has been provided in advance of the day. A responsible adult who is able to provide written permission from the pupil and valid ID, can also collect results.
Open Evening and Mornings
An open evening will take place on the 27th of September 2017, from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. There will be three speeches, at 6:00pm, 6:45pm and 7:30pm.
There will also be Open Mornings, which will take place every weekday morning from the 2nd to the 13th of October 2017, between 9:00am and 11:00am. Please book at the reception due to demand – 01227 272362.
July - September Newsletter
Click here for a PDF version of the newsletter.
CCW Library Newsletter
Click here for the library newsletter. It includes a list of reading book recommendations from pupils.
Year 11 Information Evening - 13th July
The PowerPoint presentation from the Year 11 Information Evening held on the 13th July can be found here.
Inter-trust Visual-Arts Show
Click here for a bigger version of the flyer.
YEAR 11 HALF TERM REVISION/OSL SESSIONS
Please click here to access the Year 11 Half Term Revision/Out of School Learning schedule.
Pupils should meet their teachers promptly at the main reception entrance at the start of the sessions.
REVISION ADVICE FOR STUDENTS
Making it through revision and coping with exam stress
Half term revision sessions
Science revision pack
My Maths – questions and lessons: www.mymaths.co.uk
Sam Learning: www.samlearning.com
Center ID: CT5 CCW
User ID: DOB and Initials eg - 27052002KP
Password: DOB and Initials eg - 27052002KP
Stuck for Schools – Maths Video Lessons: www.stuckforschools.com
Username: surnamefirstname eg – beckhamdavid
Years 7 – 10
Username: firstnamesurname eg- davidbeckham
Edexcel Past Papers:
Kesh GCSE Maths Takeaway – GCSE Exam questions by topic:
Emaths – KS3 Past papers:
The main revision for students studying Languages is to use the Revision Booklet issued to each student.
OPENING OF NEW LIBRARY BY AUTHOR, LOUIS DE BERNIÈRES!
'Louis de Bernières, who lives in Norfolk, published his first novel in 1990 and was selected by Granta magazine as one of the twenty Best of Young British Novelists in 1993. Since then he has become well known internationally as a writer, with Captain Corelli's Mandolin winning the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best Novel in 1994. His sixth novel, the acclaimed Birds Without Wings, came out in 2004., A Partisan's Daughter (2008) was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Award and Notwithstanding: Stories from an English Village was published in Autumn 2009, followed by de Bernieres’ first collection of poetry, Imagining Alexandria: Poems in Memory of Constantinos Cavafis, in 2013; it is also available in audio, read by the author. Publication of his major new novel, The Dust That Falls From Dreams, was in July 2015, and his new collection of poems, OF LOVE AND DESIRE, is out in February 2016.
As well as writing, de Bernieres plays the flute, mandolin and guitar. He was born in London in 1954.'
A NIGHT OF MUSIC - WEDNESDAY 24TH MAY 2017
Come and support our talented pupils in their very own event.
Box Office: 01227 278308
WHO SAID YOUNG PEOPLE AREN'T ENGAGED IN POLITICS?
Full story here
TERM 3-4 NEWSLETTER APRIL 2017
YEAR 11 EASTER REVISION SESSIONS
Smart revision advice from Bitesize
Exam time is tough!
HERE is some good advice from the Bitesize that looks at all aspects of revision.
Solid advice for looking after all of you during the run up to exams.
CCW's Got Talent
CCW HAS got talent! Tickets are now on sale!
Parents Feedback Forum
I have pleasure in inviting you to the second Parent Feedback Forum. The event will be on the 8th March from at 5:45pm to 6:45pm. After the huge success of the first event we are looking forward to second event which will focus on supporting parents with revision and learning at home, especially for the exams. At this time of year there is a lot of pressure upon students and particularly those taking exams. Parents often feel isolated, unsure of how to help or simply worried that their child is doing enough. During the feedback forum we will share some of the revision and learning strategies proven to have a positive impact on learning. You will gain an understanding of what works and how it can be achieved at home to support you child through revision, learning and exams.
Due to popularity please contact reception to reserve your place.
I look forward to seeing you on the 8th March.