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15 June 2017

Coleridge Student’s Athletics Success
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15 June 2017

Coleridge Student’s Athletics Success

Coleridge Student Stephanie Browne (Year 9) recently competed in a County Athletics competition and has been placed 10th in the Country, in Discus and Hammer!  Stephanie has also qualified to represent the County and Federation at  the English Schools Competition for hammer in July.

Stephanie’s results were:

Hammer: 37.30m – Gold position

Discus: 25.06m – Gold position

Shot: 9.28m – Silver position

 

Stephanie’s personal bests this season have been :

 

Hammer: 40.07m

Discus: 25.7m

Shot: 9.50m

All of these PB’s give Stephanie the England Athletics AAA standards Grade Two in all three throws.  The Grade Two standard is equivalent to the top 15% for her age group.

 

We wish Stephanie good luck in her next competitions!

 

8 June 2017

Woodwork Project at Coleridge
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8 June 2017

Woodwork Project at Coleridge

Coleridge Community College extended an invite to Morley Memorial pupils for some Design Technology experience.

Coleridge and Morley Memorial decided to give Morley Year 5’s a really fun four weeks doing a project in a Design Technology class using Coleridge’s superb Design Technology facilities.  Mr Spinale, the Design Technology teacher prepared the lessons for the four weeks, and by the end of the fourth week pupils had all made a wooden toy!  This was a fun class for the Year 5’s, which gave them an introduction to a secondary school class, and they got to keep their wooden toy!

 

 

29 March 2017

Paralympian Athlete Visits Coleridge
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29 March 2017

Paralympian Athlete Visits Coleridge

Georgie Bullen, who represented Team GB in the London 2012 Olympics in the Goalball team visited Coleridge Community College to introduce students to her game.

 

Georgie explained the principles of goalball, which was created for visually impaired athletes.  Students then had the opportunity to try their hand at a game of goalball, using eye masks and goalballs with bells inside to alert players where the ball is on the court.

 

Further photos can be found in this Cambridge News article

 

8 March 2017

Roy Burrell Awards 2017
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8 March 2017

Roy Burrell Awards 2017

The Roy Burrell Awards took part on 7th March 2017, and this was the 40th year that the Awards have been running.  There were 8 students and one member of staff representing the Federation this year, all have achieved county standard or above in sport.

 

Siobhan Skinner (member of staff) won a major award (Team of the Year) for leading the District Cross Country Team to first place in the region.

 

Louis Rolfe, Paralympian Gold Medalist and ex-Coleridge student, was a special guest at the Awards.

 

24 January 2017

Year 9 Students attend ‘Eyes on the Prize’ at ARU
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24 January 2017

Year 9 Students attend ‘Eyes on the Prize’ at ARU

Year 9 students recently attended an event hosted by Anglia Ruskin University.  ‘Eyes on the Prize’ is an event focused on supporting students with their future academic choices.  The event included input from local Level 3 providers, schools and universities and aimed to provide students with a positive and aspirational programme.

 

Tours were given by ARU Student Ambassadors, who gave the pupils an insight into what being a university student is like.  The exhibition highlighted the range of courses and facilities at Anglia Ruskin and also featured stands from other Higher Education institutions, as well as training providers and employers.

 

       

25 November 2016

Paralympian Gold Medallist Louis Rolfe Visits Coleridge
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25 November 2016

Paralympian Gold Medallist Louis Rolfe Visits Coleridge

Ex- Coleridge student and current Paralympian Gold medallist Louis Rolfe, was invited back to Coleridge Community College to present Sporting awards to Coleridge students whom have earned recognition for their sporting achievements.

Louis Rolfe gave out individual certificates and medals to 18 students across year 11 and year 9 who have shown commitment to sport over their time at Coleridge School.

The students were clearly inspired by Louis Rolfe’s presence; Andrew Neziri (Year 11),

“This morning has been an opportunity to reflect upon our achievements and appreciate the rewards of hard work, which Louis Rolfe epitomises”

Anna O Grady (Year 9), “It was really exciting to meet Louis Rolfe and to see his medals. I would love to be in the Olympics one day”

The school have decided to name a trophy after the student after his recent achievements, the trophy will now be called the ‘Louis Rolfe Sports Award’. This will be presented to one male and one female student at the end of the year covering the whole school.  Mr Dixon, Head of PE at Coleridge, believes this will create a legacy for generations to come and winning the Louis Rolfe Sports Awards will become the highest sporting achievements in the school as his name attached to the trophy embodies his values of determination, Inspiration, Excellence, Courage and Equality.

Finally Louis Rolfe said “It is amazing to have a trophy named after me. The thought of students winning the ‘Louis Rolfe’ sports awards in the future makes me feel very proud”

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5 October 2016

Open Evening October 4th 2016
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5 October 2016

Open Evening October 4th 2016

The school was pleased to welcome a large number of families to the college’s Open Evening  yesterday evening.

The slides from the Headteacher’s presentation can be found below.

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13 September 2016

Coleridge Year 11 examination results 2016
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13 September 2016

Coleridge Year 11 examination results 2016

Coleridge Year 11 students performed well on all 4 of the Government’s new key measures of school performance. The table below shows the significant improvement compared with 2015. Whilst still some way to go, the school is clearly on the right track.

National results for 2016 are not yet available

Government measure National result 2015 School result 2015 School result 2016
% of students achieving A*-C in both English and Maths 58 44 61
Progress 8* score 0 -0.2 +0.2
Attainment 8** score 4.8 4.2 4.9
% of students achieving the EBacc*** 24 18 30

 

*Progress 8 score measures how much progress each Year 11 student made in their best 8 qualifying subjects from the start of Year 7 to the end of Year 11, and calculates an average for the school. If on average all students have made the amount of progress they would have been expected to make, the school’s score would be 0 (zero). Schools will naturally aspire to achieve the highest possible positive score. The 2016 result shown is a provisional one, given to us by a national company called Go4Schools, based on their own very large database of schools.

**Attainment 8 score calculates the students’ average grade across their best 8 qualifying subjects, using the numeric grade scale 1-9, where 9 is the best score that could be attained.

***Ebacc is the percentage of Year 11 students that achieved a grade A*-C in all of English, Maths, Science, History or Geography and a modern language (at Coleridge, usually French).

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