Chilton Cantelo School’s catering team, Thomas Franks, put on a morning of games, quizzes, coffee, cake and a prize draw for a special cake to raise £300 for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning last Friday. The school’s Merlin Café was filled with pupils, parents, staff and school friends making donations towards the charity. The raffle prize was a magnificently detailed and elaborate cake made by hand by Mrs Neville who regularly makes cakes like this for the school. The cake draw winner was Mrs Roberts, school receptionist.
Chilton Cantelo School pupils and staff celebrated a 99% GCSE pass rate today with 80% of grades achieved in the A* to C (12% above the national attainment level) and 78% of pupils achieving 5 or more A* to C grades. 25% of grades were A*/A. 100% pass rates were achieved by pupils in Biology, Physics, French, Spanish and Religious Studies. Full story: Read more
This year’s students carried on the School’s tradition of achieving strong results with a 93% overall pass rate. 29% of all grades were A*/A, outperforming the national rate of 25.9%, and 36% of grades were A* to B. The school gained an increase of over 17% in the A*- B grades range from last year. Particular congratulations go to top-scoring Louis Mustin for achieving an A* in Further Maths and an A in Maths, Physics and Philosophy. Full story: Read more