Caister High School is a small 11-16 Performing Arts College, graded ‘Good’ by Ofsted in October 2011. “Pupils make good academic progress, achieve well and make an outstanding contribution to the school and wider community.”
The priority is to provide a supportive, challenging, rounded education for all its’ pupils. Enrichment through partnerships, trips and visits help pupils develop a love of learning and an appreciation of the wider world.
The vision is to provide an appropriate high quality academic, technical and practical education to meet the individual needs of pupils so that they can contribute to the ever changing economy.
The winner of the audience prize for Caister High School presents the X Factor 2013 was Sean Yates and the judges prize winner was Tehya Page. Well done both of you. Many thanks also go to the BTEC Business group, Jonathan Jones and Adam Roll for all their hard work hosting the evening.
Come along and give your support for the 7 finalists in this years competition. Each performer has to sing two songs and there are two prizes up for grabs, an audience prize and a judges prize. Tickets are £3 from the finance office, refreshment tickets are 50p. Friends and family welcome. The show starts at 7pm in the hall.
Many thanks from Caister High School Friends for your Bag2School donations. We collected 300 Kilos and raised £150. Well done everyone!
A group of 48 year 7 students from Caister High School recently took part in a creative textile workshop with Textile Artist; Tammy Richardson. Pupils learnt how to turn naturally died, raw fleece into decorative, layered felt panels. Pupils used their recent exploration of Aboriginal Art to inspire their designs which were created with lots of hot water, soap and elbow grease! The felt panels were then embellished with aboriginal mapping symbols using a range of embroidery stitches.
“This was a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to work with a textile artist, enriching and extending the work they’ve done in class” Mrs I Davison – Head of Art.
“I enjoyed this workshop because it was great fun and it taught me a new skill.” Cheyenne Coulter Y7″