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  • 23/04/18
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    Fit for a Queen

    Our Hospitality and Catering Team were invited to cook with the professional Chefs in the Ascot Kitchen. After students made their individual Victoria sandwich cakes and Ascot scones, they were then treated to Mocktails and a delicious afternoon tea. Each student was awarded a Certificate of Achieve...
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  • 23/04/18
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    Canapes and Champagne, No Problem!!

    Castle Hospitality and Catering provided a post-wedding buffet reception for the daughter of Post-16’s governor, Ursula Codrington, at her home which took place in a marquee during the Easter holiday. From the photos you can see how hard student worked, especially Bradley with his plate specif...
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  • 23/04/18
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    The Bean Challenge

    Skipton have today planted a bean and we are all keeping a bean diary to watch how much it grows. We know that our beans need water (not too much!) and sunshine. Some people even sing to their plants, so we are going to try that too!!! We are going to post more photos on the website each week to sho...
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  • 18/04/18
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    Rugby Coaching

    5 of our Key Stage 4 and 5 students had an enjoyable day at the John Madjeski Academy today and are now Level 1 qualified tag rugby coaches, which is an amazing achievement. They learnt how to coach under 7's and under 8's and now look forward to the opportunity to test out their new...
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  • 18/04/18
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    Fete Date for your diary!

    Here is our new poster for our school fete, which takes place on our Love Lane site from 1pm on Saturday 9th June. Please come along and bring everyone you can. You can print off the poster by downloading it below and sticking it up in your window.
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  • 16/04/18
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    Welcome back

    A warm welcome back to everyone for the start of the summer term! I am hopeful that we will have some better weather conditions from now on and that we will gert a bit more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Please check out our calendar to see what is happening this term. You can find it by click...
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  • 29/03/18
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    Have a wonderful Easter

    I hope everyone has a wonderful time over the Easter period. Today we had a lovely Easter celebration assembly organised by Amy Murray. The pupils made a wonderful video about the Easter Story. They made finger puppets to depict all the characters and created the video using various techniques. Enjo...
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  • 29/03/18
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    This term's wonderful Art

    All pupils have completed various projects all to do with our topic of "To Infinity and Beyond."  Primary House explored different textures and materials to create moons, aliens, spaceships and even alien hats with googly eyes. They particularly liked exploring the playdough to create...
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  • 29/03/18
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    Internet Safety Day @ The Castle

    Today, the Castle School were involved in 4 separate Internet Safety workshops throughout the day. The day involved us going on a cyber adventure and imagining we were part of a game, where the leader Andrew was being controlled as a character in the game. We learnt about the importance of...
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  • 27/03/18
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    Castle School World of Work Celebration

    On Friday 9th March we held our annual “World of Work” celebration at the Castle School Post-16 unit. This is our opportunity to say thank you to all of the amazing organisations who support the World of Work programme by providing work experience or other ways for our students to intera...
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  • 22/03/18
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    Skipton's Space Experiments

    Skipton have been learning about meteorites and how they may produce craters. We did an experiment, making sure it was a fair test. We dropped objects from the same height through a cardboard tube and looked at the damaged caused. We predicted the heaviest object would cause the most damage. Jo taug...
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  • 16/03/18
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    Science Week @ The Castle School

    This week has been British Science week and the pupils at The Castle School have been getting involved with many different activities to engage them in Science. They have been working in different classes to their own with different teachers and have explored many topics. Some have investigated chem...
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