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A Specialist Science with Mathematics School

Excellence Through Teamwork
"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"

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?

Opportunity

Commitment

Respect

CarletonCHS A reminder that a group of 50 Year 9 Geography students will be attending a residential visit to Northumberland fro… https://t.co/gtw8qxn9m6
CarletonCHS Breakfast looks good. Well, it would if you didnt have your stove upside down!!
CarletonCHS Good morning campers😀
CarletonCHS Erecting their homes for the night and feeding time
CarletonCHS A little warm for their DofE practice expedition - but they all seem to be having fun

Art

 

Artist of the Month February 2018

 

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Artist of the Month January 2018

 

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Artist of the Month November and December 2017

 

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 A Celebration of Peace

Art Club students have recently had another chance to enter the Pontefract Lioness club's Peace poster competition.

This is a global Lions Club competition which is held annually with a theme surrounding Peace. This year's theme was 'A Celebration of Peace.' We again entered this year with students in years 7 & 8 and have just had the results of the winning entry.

The winner receives a gift voucher prize and their poster goes into the next round, the Regional Final, which will be held this Saturday at the Garforth Country Club.

Malaika Ali 8PSm - 1st place (second year running) - slide 1 below  Malaika has now won the regional comptetition at Garforth and goes forward to the Yorkshire final.

Abbie Reynolds 7HSm- 2nd Place - slide 2

Alisha Robinson 7Pfe - 3rd Place - slide 3

Isobel Walker 7Pfe

Phoebe Walker 7HSm

Serendipity Tampion-Daniel 7JAy

Sophie Willis 8ECo

Clarisse Pinto 8Bro

Ivy Cain-Ward 8ABt

 

 

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The Hepworth Gallery Photographic Competition

 

The competition is in conjunction with The Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield and their current exhibition of photographer Martin Parr's work.


Students were invited to take a documentary style photograph around the theme of 'My Secret Wakefield' and submit them with the hopes of entering the wider compeition at The Hepworth. We were allowed to enter two categories, KS3 and KS4.


We had 14 entrants in total with the main competition in KS3! Judged by the department for entry to the Hepworth, 3 students were selected from KS3 and one from KS4 entries. The winning entrants are as follows

Leon Davies 7CR
Eliose Lovell 8ADu
Holly Langfeild 9ATL
Abbie Hudson 11SHn

These four photos will now go on display at the Hepworth Gallery alongside Martin Parrs work and be open to voting from the public to enter the next stage of the competition. If they get through the public vote, the overall winner will be chosen by the artist himself to win a prize for not only the entrant, but for their school too.

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ART AND DESIGN FINE ART GCSE

 

This two year course is intended for those candidates who have reached above level 5 at the end of Key Stage 3. They will gain experience of a wide range of drawing and painting activities, be expected to display and apply to their own work and have a knowledge of historical and contemporary artists. Coursework consists of three assignments which form 60% of the final examination weighting. The remaining 40% is undertaken as a controlled test at the end of the second year.

The growing independence of the learner from the teacher fulfils one of the essential functions of art education. Our aim is to foster independent thinking and self-motivation in our learners.

 

ART AND DESIGN BTEC LEVEL 2 FIRST CERTIFICATE

 

ManThis qualification is designed for learners who would benefit from a vocational approach to Art and Design. The grades at BTEC are Pass, Merit and Distinction. The whole course takes place over Years 10 and 11 and is internally assessed. This course will allow learners to progress to higher art courses at college and university. The course is equivalent to two GCSE’s (grades A-C)].

The BTEC course enables learners to approach Art and Design from a vocational direction rather than an academic one. Learners will work from design briefs and create outcomes such as menus and greetings cards. The First Certificate helps learners to acquire the ' tricks of the trade' which give artists the confidence to build and develop their personal creative skills This course enables Learner’s to develop their drawing skills whilst learning how techniques and ideas can successfully progress from a working brief into a finished product.

For information on BTEC Firsts in all subjects or a ‘Parents’ Guide to BTEC go to:

http:/www.edexcel.com/quals/firsts/Pages/default.aspx

ART & DESIGN ART TEXTILES GCSE

 

This two-year course is intended for those learners who have reached Level 5 and above at the end of Key Stage 3. Learners will develop drawing and design skills while experimenting with different textile techniques including fabric painting, hand/machine embroidery and beading.

DummyLearners will have the opportunity to investigate fabric and fashion design and research colour, pattern and decoration. Learning about different artists and designers is an important part of the course. This subject will enable learners to pursue courses and careers in Art, Fashion and Interior Design.










TextilesCoursework consists of three projects which form 60% of the overall grade.

The remaining 40% is covered by the controlled test.

If you would like the chance to be creative and learn about textiles then this is the course for you.