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We did it again!

We are very happy to announce that for the second year running, the Calder High Media Production Team have won the National Schools' Film Competition, organised by the Bank of England. This year we came top in the Key Stage 3 category, as well as being overall winners once more. The theme of this year's competition was "What independence means to me" and the students responded by filming themselves engaging in activities that give them a sense of artistic freedom and individuality; such as film-making, baking, and drawing. As well as the school being awarded funds for film production equipment, the students involved in the production of the film will also receive a cash prize. Here's to next year's competition!

Bus services update

Please note that this afternoon the school was informed that the bus company who operate the school ‘C’ bus service, will be operating at an earlier time as from Monday 29 January 2018. I can only apologise for the lack of notice, however, this is beyond our control.

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Year 13 Overseas Project 2017

After 18 months of hard work and fundraising, twelve Year 13 students and four staff members travelled to Kathmandu, Nepal in July to carry out two week’s volunteering work.

GCSE results

Calder High School is proud to report another significant rise in our GCSE results. For the fourth year running Calder High students have improved on the previous years best ever results, making the 2017 summer examinations, the best in the schools history.

A level results

The Calder High School staff and governors are happy to announce that for the fourth year running our A level results have risen again. In these challenging times for education, we are proud to report on our latest improvement which moves Calder High School's Sixth form into the top 12% of schools nationally.

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Notices

On Thursday 19th April there will be a Parents as Partners evening in the LRC/Diner between 6-7.30pm on the subject of supporting student Mental Health and Well-being. The evening will be run in the form of a marketplace carousel and a wide range of external agencies will be attending. I very much hope that you will be able to come to find out more about a very topical and important issue