The Caldecott Foundation

Whats new at Caldecott

Curly Hair Project

We are excited to have the opportunity to work with The Curly Hair Project to deliver training for parents, carers and professionals working with young people with ASD. The Curly Hair Project deliver training both nationally and internationally ...

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Jessie made a bird table

In DT, Jessie has been using his skills to make a bird table; look how proud he is of his work. 27th April 2017

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Lands End to John O’Groats Charity Cycle

A family member of those at Woodclose Farm are cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats – that’s an incredible 110 miles a day for 9 consecutive days. Paul and his team are raising money to pay for brand new play equipment that will chan...

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Easter Eggs from Ashford Leisure Trust

An Easter promotion at Ashford Leisure Trust resulted in a donation of nearly 70 Easter eggs for the children and young people based at the Caldecott Foundation in Smeeth, near Ashford. Customers taking out a membership at the Stour Centre and J...

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We’re a “good” school. It’s official!

We’re delighted to share our news with everyone today. At our Ofsted inspection on 7 and 8 March, we achieved an overall rating of Good. Thanks to all our staff, students and governors for their hard work. You can read the full report here. 6t...

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Celebrating Science Week

Pupils from Woodpeckers have been to visit Herstmonceux as part of our Science week experience. 21 March 2017

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Celebrating World Book Day

We’ve got lots of great activities going on today in school to promote the love of books for World Book Day 2017. 2nd March 2017

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Superhero movie project

In Kingfishers we have been working on our SUPERHERO personalities. We have PONYGIRL, BATBOY, WOLFMAN and PUMABOY. We wrote recipes for our superheroes, came up with adjectives to describe them and superpowers using natural disasters which they ...

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Oh my GOSH Bad Hair Day

Today at Caldecott Foundation School we are using our social skills of participating and cooperating and our spiritual skills of understanding the feelings of others. We are celebrating Bad Hair Day to raise money for seriously ill children at G...

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Celebrating NSPCC Number Day

Today we are celebrating NSPCC Number Day. We have chosen to support this in school, with students completing a variety of events, including “Who wants to ba a Mathlionnaire”, “Countdown” and “Staff Bingo” w...

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