@Caterham.High.SchoolBT Work Skills Day - well done to all the students presenting their ideas to the BT judges
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@Caterham.High.SchoolUpcoming Employability Opportunities We are pleased to inform you of a number of opportunities for our Sixth Form students to help improve their prospects when starting out in the workplace. S4SNextGen.org have some new and existing work experience opportunities in the sectors Legal, Entertainment, Media, TV, IT, Tech and Banking sectors. These are great, exclusive opportunities for open minded, enthusiastic students who are interested in these areas. Deadlines are fast approaching so we would encourage you to apply this week to have the best chance of success. Instructions for students to apply are as follows (the process takes just 5 minutes) Register/log in here: www.s4snextgen.org/students/signup Click on the link ABOVE when signed in or click ‘OPPORTUNITIES’ to search for the opportunity you’re interested in and apply accordingly. Note - when students have submitted their application teachers will be asked to review applications and submit To give yourself the best chance of success we strongly encourage you apply ASAP. If you have any queries about the process, or are having technical issues, please get in touch with email@example.com or call 02075 493 656.
@Caterham.High.SchoolYear 10 Trip to the Houses Of Parliament where they met Wes Streeting MP for Ilford North
@Caterham.High.SchoolWell done to Kishan Sharma Year 10 Student Kishan Sharma: Member of Youth Parliament for Redbridge (MYP) The journey to become a Youth MP: My journey began with me being interviewed; I also had to write a manifesto. Both the interview and the manifesto were marked and the top ten highest scorers secured a place on the ballot paper. We then had a hustings event where all the candidates spoke about their aims and were questioned by young people. One week after the hustings and the election began; the election lasted two weeks where young people in secondary schools around the borough had the opportunity to voice their opinion through the vote. All the ballot papers were counted by young people during the half term. The results were announced on Monday 26th February 2018. The role of an MYP includes chairing weekly Youth Council meetings, attending British Youth Conferences, partaking in a debate in parliament and working to achieve your manifesto points.
@Caterham.High.SchoolThe online safety tip of the week is: Are you receiving unwelcome comments online? Are you being cyberbullied? Do you know how to block abusive comments and report content that worries you? This can be done on the CEOP website Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre: www.thinkuknow.co.uk
@Caterham.High.SchoolFriday 2nd March - School will be closed all day. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Termly House Points
Brunel 2312 pts Newton 3010 pts Pankhurst 2679 pts Redgrave 1983 pts Seacole 2443 pts Windsor 2529 pts