Draft Policy Consultation.

cnsTeaching and Learning Policy.

Teaching and Learning Policy.pdf

This draft policy is out for consultation until the 15th April 2013. Any feedback would be appreciated.


To pass on any comments please contact Miss Helen Hughes.


Christmas Fayre

PresentsCardinal Newman School Christmas Fayre
Thursday 29th November 2012


Wide selection of Christmas treats available in the hall from 2.30pm to 6pm   All pupils, staff, parents and friends welcome.

Pupils in Years 7,8 & 9 will be allowed to visit the fayre during lesson 5 and should bring in extra money accordingly. E3 buses will also be available for any pupils who wish to visit the fayre after school.




Shakespearean Evening

shakeWednesday 7th November.

Shakespearean evening at 7pm in school. This will be a sociable event involving cheese, wine, poetry and Shakespeare and will provide a taster for parents, teachers, friends and family of our pupils’ considerable talents.

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The Shakespeare Schools Festival

eye2eye1A Midsummer Night's Dream

We are delighted to announce that Cardinal Newman School is taking part once again in the annual Shakespeare Schools Festival.

This year, we have decided to perform A Midsummer Night's Dream. We will be one of 700 primary and secondary schools working with Shakespeare Schools Festival to give our pupils the opportunity to 'experience the thrill of mastering Shakespeare.' Each school will perform an abridged 30 minute version of their chosen play, and each school is free to stage the play in any way they choose, provided it meets the guidelines set out by SSF.


Read more: The Shakespeare Schools Festival


Open Evening 11th October: 5pm-7pm

words2Cardinal Newman has seen record GCSE results for the last two years (bucking the national trend).

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