"We value the individuality of our young people and recognise their unique needs and aspirations. Learners of all abilities and talents thrive at our school, gaining the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes to make a real and genuine contribution to society"
18th December 2013 7:00 pm
Tickets will be available for general sale on
Monday Dec 9th.
Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for concessions available from the Finance Office.
KEY STAGE 3 DISCO
Friday 13th December
Food and snacks on sale
Disco lights, smoke machine,
choose your own music.
Parents/Carers of Year 7 Students
We are planning to take a group of Year 7 Students to see the pantomime "Cinderella" at Pontefract Town Hall on Thursday, 16 January 2014.
A letter has been sent home, a copy of which can be downloaded here. Can you please ensure that if you wish your son/daughter to go to the pantomime that you fill in the reply slip and return it with £6.50 on, or before, Friday, 20 December 2013. Should you require any further details, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Hardwick at school on 01977 781555.
Have your say....
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Year 7 Technology
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New skills to learn.
The Skills Show - Birmingham N.E.C. Last Thursday a group of 41 year 9 students went to the National Exhibition…More...
How high can you go?
National Enterprise Week 2013. To celebrate the launch of National Enterprise week, the Year 9 students at Carleton will be…More...
Celebrating improved attendance
CCHS attendance target is 96%. To reward students with exemplary attendance a prize draw will take place in school on the last day of term. We have over 200 students whose attendance is currently 100%. All of these students will be entered into the draw and the lucky winner will be awarded with a £50 gift voucher.
We are aware that medical appointments are not always available after school, but we would request that a full day is not taken off for appointments and school is informed of any absence as soon as possible on the first day.
We firmly believe that good attendance and punctuality helps your child to become reliable and organised, two important qualities that are valued by colleges and future employers.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all parents and carers for their continued support in promoting the importance of good attendance and punctuality.
Season’s Greetings and best wishes for the New Year from the Attendance Team.
Lundi 9, mardi 10
et mercredi 11 décembre
Rendez-vous au café à neuf heures du matin après le tutorat pour l’examen de parler!!!
Regardez le VLE (“it’s learning” pour télécharger l’emploi du temps avec les rendez-vous!)
L’Équipe de langues vivantes (MFL)
Nous voulons vous souhaiter un Joyeux Noël à vous et vos familles!!!
Congratulations to William Mowbray, Dalmi Gedara and Sofia Cooke who have all had their work published in a national publication - The Young Writer's 'Power of Poetry' anthology.
Visit to Spain 2014
There are two more places available for the trip to Spain in 2014?
If you are interested you can collect a letter from Señora Romero.
This trip is for Year 9 and 10 students only
Have you got your ticket?
1st Prize - Apple iPod Touch 32GB Generation
2nd Prize - Pantomime Tickets (Family Ticket for 4)
3rd Prize - Christmas Hamper
Plus many more prizes!
Tickets £1.00 each
Drawn on Tuesday December 10th
Please help the PTFA in their efforts to support the school.
To see a few of the ways the PTFA have
Click on a poster for a larger copy
The P.E. Department Would Like to Hear Your Opinion
The PE Department have produced a survey to assess how they are serving the needs of the school's students.
Parents/Carers are asked to fill in the relevant survey.
Ski Italy 2014
To download a letter about this trip please click here.
Can you make a difference
to your school and your education?
We Aim ….
to foster a caring, safe and inclusive environment built on mutual respect and clear expectations, where success is promoted and celebrated.
to support students to become highly motivated lifelong learners and develop in all students an ambition to contribute to society and reach their goals.
to offer broad, personalised opportunities that provide rewarding and challenging experiences.
Partnership working will be at the heart of our community; we will promote excellence through effective engagement with our students, parents, local communities and partners.
“Excellence through Teamwork”
What do we value?
…..leading to Excellence