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Published on 17/06/22

Did you know that anything with a plug, battery or cable can be recycled? If you have a small electrical appliance like a hairdryer, iron, kettle or toaster that doesn’t work anymore and can’t be repaired, you can take it to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre. Even very small items like electric toothbrushes, torches, and razors can be recycled. Battery powered items like calculators and toys too.

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TMP Consultation

Published on 17/06/22

Purpose of this Consultation Document:

This document explains the proposal by North Yorkshire County Council to establish Targeted Mainstream Provision for Children and Young People with SEND delivered by Caedmon College.

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End of Term News

Published on 27/05/22

We are very sorry to say goodbye to some staff leavers this half term: Mrs Faye Coaten, one of our teaching assistants and Victoria Nightingale, our attendance officer. They are both moving on to progress in their careers. Although we are very sorry to be losing these colleagues, we wish them well in their new roles and are pleased they have been able to progress in this way, using their experience from the College. 

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Celebration Day Writing Competition

Published on 25/05/22

The Day (user name: cc whitby - password: ccwhitbyread) is running a writing competition with great prizes of a £100 Amazon voucher, an ipad and £500 Amazon voucher for their school!

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Published on 11/05/22

Please note that, for health and safety reasons, we cannot allow parents to drive down the College driveway in the mornings. It is requested, for student safety, that parents avoid coming onto the College site with vehicles, as far as possible. For this reason, the gate at the top of the Normanby Site’s driveway will be closed and manned between 8.50am and 9.00am each morning going forwards.We must make this request due to the volume of College traffic and the limited walkway area around the driveway.

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John Tindale: A Vision of Whitby

Published on 10/03/22

The exhibition shows the photography of John Tindale from scenic landscapes to portraiture and news photography. It also documents his life and how his involvement in Whitby life strengthened over time as he became involved in preserving its culture and past as well as helping to build a vision for its future through artefacts, illustrations, photographic material, information.

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