Why Catmose College?

A video which outlines why Catmose College is the first choice for many parents in the Rutland area.

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Staff briefing: 26 April 2020

I hope you have been finding the time to catch the sun and take part in some of the competitions or activities that have taking place across our community. Here is a video of my latest staff briefing. Thank you for adapting your teaching this week to the new structure and continuing to innovate the […]

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Review of the year 2018

We experienced another year in which the College continued to grow in so many ways, however amongst many changes one aspect remains true, that at the heart of everything are our students. All who work at Catmose standby the strong belief that every lesson, trip and experience should be good enough for our own children […]

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Dealing with fake news

Social media has made the publication of fake news easy. How we spot it? What do we do about it? How do you deal withe fake news.

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Aurora Photography in Iceland

I am very much looking forward to the forthcoming trip to Iceland to practise our photography skills. To read more about the trip have a look at this post: https://spwilliams13.wordpress.com/2017/01/21/iceland-gcse-photography-tour-2017/ I have written previously about what to bring on a trip to Iceland in the winter (https://wp.me/pRO7H-As) but here I want to go a little further. […]

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Principal’s report term 4 – Trips analysis

This term I have focused on the cost of trips, which follows discussion with governors last term. Specifically, are there enough trips that are affordable to families, particularly those that are not eligible for FSM but whose disposable incomes are relatively low? In the case of students who are eligible for pupil premium funding, the […]

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Principal’s report to governors term 2 2016/17

FOCUS ON SPORT We have continued to blaze a trail in sport this academic year, competing in a very wide range of competitions which has led to participating in over 100 fixtures. Notable successes so far include: Both the year 10 and Year 11 girls Netball team won their respective Varsity Leagues. The year 10 […]

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Ethos, exams and checkpoints

Our approach at Catmose is one which blends high expectations for all, staff and students alike, alongside offering experiences which are not limited to those that take place in the classroom. We deliberately offer a range of activities that challenge, build resilience and develop leadership skills. This is through electives, music, drama, sport, academic competition, […]

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