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20/10/20

Our website has a translation tool which you may find helpful. The translation tool is located at the top of all our webpages, please click on the Union Jack icon to use, and select your preferred language. https://t.co/FcaNg4sqmt

20/10/20

Retweeted From IlfordCitizens

and are excited to have join our allaince. Caterham will be strengthening our youth work, developing new leaders and making local change. Welcome to our family https://t.co/ADVmhvgwNA

19/10/20

To register for the event use the QR code below or register at: https://t.co/wub1uKa9D4 https://t.co/JfLLgqpnLj

18/10/20

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Caterham High School is the right choice for Year 7 students. Here’s why... https://t.co/u6nPhFIOT3

18/10/20

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Our Year 7 students already feel at home here at Caterham High School https://t.co/Aa81RUt8BX

18/10/20

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Our Year 7 students love Caterham High School https://t.co/7uSUyUlxhT

18/10/20

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Making new friends at secondary school really helps students settle in. That is why we organise bonding session for Year 7 students. https://t.co/MPu9OpSFPm

18/10/20

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From the moment they arrive, we support our students in pursuing their dream careers. https://t.co/4dMqn9wsUp

18/10/20

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Having fun and making friends helps students feel at home and comfortable to engage in class. https://t.co/pvCfWExRBX

18/10/20

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Ours is a warm and welcoming learning environment for all students. https://t.co/EvrOURYOdY

18/10/20

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Year 6 parents: for a socially distanced tour of the school email Sandra on s.daly.net https://t.co/d00bIslUAV

17/10/20

Virtual Open Evening - Tuesday October 20th Caterham High School – a school on a mission Session 1: 6.30pm to 7.30pm Session 2: 7.45pm to 8.45pm Visit the following link for more information https://t.co/S7mlDh4FYU https://t.co/EKTrWl1y3j

13/10/20

Virtual Schools Discovery Day - Friday 30th October, 1-4.30pm Are you interested in a career in law and becoming a barrister? Then sign up for our free upcoming online Discovery Day! Sign up here: https://t.co/J7ePYYwVAk

13/10/20

Virtual Schools Discovery Day - Friday 30th October, 1-4.30pm Are you interested in a career in law and becoming a barrister? Then sign up for our free upcoming online Discovery Day! Sign up here: https://t.co/J7ePYYwVAk

13/10/20

Virtual Schools Discovery Day - Friday 30th October, 1-4.30pm Are you interested in a career in law and becoming a barrister? All places for this day are free, and it will be held online via Zoom. Sign up here: https://t.co/J7ePYYwVAk

12/10/20

Opportunities for online work experience in law and politics - for further information and to register click on the link below. https://t.co/9kwGYpSG4m

12/10/20

Opportunities for online work experience in law and politics - for further information and to register click on the link below. https://t.co/9kwGYpSG4m

12/10/20

Retweeted From Caterham High Sixth Form 🌈

The are working on a project called Safe and Healthy Routes to Education. They would like to invite you to take part in a survey to help us understand the concerns of young people travelling to and from school – https://t.co/FC6E6ryvew

12/10/20

The are working on a project called Safe and Healthy Routes to Education. They would like to invite you to take part in a survey to help us understand the concerns of young people travelling to and from school – https://t.co/FC6E6ryvew

18/09/20

Congratulations to our student of the week https://t.co/mPJ8yXcMqe

11/09/20

Well done to the Year 12 student of the week. https://t.co/5geeqoYEEC

10/09/20

Year 10 and 11 Parents Information Evenings - Information will be provided to parents in the form of a video which will be issued next Thursday 17th September for both year 10 and 11 parents. https://t.co/9gbW6vufN4

02/09/20

Back to school advice https://t.co/05kieks3WP

28/08/20

Imagine the worst people you can think of, can you do that? Good. Then you’re just about ready to meet Mr and Mrs Twit, the nastiest couple you could ever hope (not) to meet. Visit the Unicorn Theatre YouTube channel on 5 September, 10am for free access. https://t.co/3VImcMeUvu https://t.co/w4mXS4oB5K

27/08/20

Retweeted From Redbridge Council

With children returning to school next week, join us for a virtual Q&A to find out what arrangements have been made to keep them safe. With , Cllr Elaine Norman & Education's Colin Stewart. ⏰Thur 3 September, 6.30-8pm More➡️ https://t.co/L4rcRSVx6r https://t.co/vY8HBLwTj2

27/08/20

Letter from the Headteacher, Ms Chapple can be viewed at https://t.co/o1Dg9irUAt

26/08/20

Best of luck to our former student as she pursues her dream of studying at University of Cambridge,United Kingdom https://t.co/4djL1dXrPT

25/08/20

September return dates and entrance to the school Please visit https://t.co/wAo3m3zLYE for full updates for all year groups https://t.co/brpobRASRO

24/08/20

Goodbye Yr 11 & Year 13 Video messages from the staff to our wonderful Yr 11 &13 leavers. We wish you all the very best for the future. Videos can be viewed at: https://t.co/SOLbiOkEiz https://t.co/QQR2apyDAZ

21/08/20

Retweeted From Caterham High School 🌈

Watch our headteacher and students on this morning. Full video on our Facebook page: https://t.co/EcFvyc61Kh

21/08/20

Retweeted From Vanisha Solanki

Congratulations to all students at ! As member of the governing body I have witnessed how the school has transformed these past two years under the leadership of Belinda Chapple. These results are a real testament to all the hard work, well done to all 👏🏽 https://t.co/e1OMjFKMr1

21/08/20

Retweeted From Richard Gaisford

So pleased to be with the students at . Head teacher Belinda believes their hard GCSE work has been fairly rewarded , and thankfully today there’s no algorithm anxiety. Sadly no BTEC results though. https://t.co/xAwt8vgB5x

20/08/20

Caterham studnets can also speak to the Safeguarding team via Safeguarding.net More info also available from https://t.co/DJ9CkIUZvS https://t.co/DC9oGVVmzU

20/08/20

Retweeted From Redbridge Council

Congratulations to all students receiving their results today🎉 Well done to all students and staff in a difficult year🏅 Thoughts too for any BTEC students still waiting for their results💗 https://t.co/etPdlyhfTL

20/08/20

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Ms Chapple getting ready to be interviewed on https://t.co/iQw6IhT9oi

20/08/20

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Great work Ibraheem

20/08/20

Retweeted From Ilford Recorder

A student today told how he overcame a deadly heart condition to achieve a string of top GCSE grades https://t.co/MvTFq9NSX9

Bursary Application Form 2020-2021

Bursary Application form 2020 - please complete and return to the Finance Office ASAP

 

Caterham High School guidelines on the 16-19 Bursary Fund in 2020/2021

These guidelines have been developed by Caterham High School to promote fairness and consistency. They do not replace the Education Funding Agency (EFA) funding guidance which the school must follow.

Caterham High School accepts the principles agreed by the Association of Colleges which are set out below:

The purpose of the bursary is to:

·         Support and retain students

·         Promote a positive attitude to learning

The purpose of the bursary is not to promote individual institutions.

  • The bursary is based on attendance and punctuality
  • The bursary should be applied fairly and consistently
  • The process must be easily understood and accessible to young people
  • The process should identify eligible students in a timely fashion
  • The scheme should be designed to maximize the amount of the fund available to support students
  • There is a commitment to moving towards a shared service in the distribution of bursary funds.

 

The 16-19 Bursary Fund has two elements:

(i) Young people in care, care leavers, young people in receipt of income support (or Universal Credit) in their own name and disabled young people in receipt of Employment Support Allowance,  who are also in receipt of Disability Living Allowance, (or Personal Independence Payments), will be eligible to receive a bursary of £1,200 a year.

(ii) The School may use its discretion to make awards to young people in ways that best fit the needs and circumstances of their Students. Discretionary bursary awards should be targeted towards young people facing financial barriers to participation, such as the costs of transport, meals, books and equipment.

 

Guidance for providers on audit and management information requirements is available in the EFA Guide and Q&A for providers.

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