School Council

Caldew School Council has nearly 90 members this year led by Head Girl, Charlotte Bowie (Year 13), Deputy Head Girl, Katie Lewis (Year 13) and three Assistant School Council Chairs; Noah Fitzpatrick, Ethan Jackson, and Olivia Simpson (all Year 12). There are representatives in nearly every form group and these pupils sit on different committee groups, which meet once every half term.  Students are encouraged to share their views with their peers via conversations in form groups which their reps can feedback to their committee group.

 

This year the School Council have a number of avenues of focus including: 

  • Teaching and learning reviews
  • Fundraising
  • Wellbeing
  • Community

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Staff have high expectations for pupils’ and students’ behaviour and learning. Pupils and students behave well in lessons and around the school site. They are polite to each other and look out for others in the school.

Ofsted 2022

There is a strong culture of safeguarding in place, with clear systems to record any concerns. Leaders keep safeguarding relevant to all members of the school community through regular updates, training, alerts and reminders.

Ofsted 2022

Leaders provide effective careers guidance to pupils from Year 7 through to Year 13. Clear guidance, including preparation for interviews and ‘Work Ready Days’, helps pupils and students to make considered choices for their next steps.

Ofsted 2022

Leaders have created a welcoming and supportive environment at this school. Pupils and students achieve well in their learning. They are well prepared for their next steps in education, employment and training.

Ofsted 2022

Pupils including students in the sixth form, are proud to attend Caldew School. They feel well supported, happy and safe in this welcoming community. There are high level of trust and respect between pupils, students and staff.

Ofsted 2022