Huge thank you to all the staff from Seymours Engineering who worked with our key stage 3 & 4 students today at Belle vue Centre.  This is the second time Seymours have kindly worked with Catcote Academy. Again, the event was a huge success, the 
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Jake began his work placement at Utility Alliance. he met with his manager and work supervisor before beginning his first shift. Fantastic new work partnership! Thank you Utility Alliance for offering real work opportunities to our young people.
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Paul Sowerby, Key Stage 5 Curriculum Lead at Catcote Academy Sixth Form, was awarded the Programme/Initiative of the Year award – sponsored by Access: VFX – at the Diversity and Inclusion Heroes Awards hosted in November. Read Full Article Click HERE
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Students from Link 2 and 3 have recently attended a scrapheap challenge event at Inspire to Learn as part of their careers curriculum. They first learnt all about the history of engineering and sustainable energy. Then they needed to create a sustainable product for our 
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This week students have visited Morrisons warehouse in Middlesbrough to look at all of the job roles involved. Students looked around the site going into giant storage areas and spoke to delivery drivers that take stock from the warehouse to the Morrisons stores. They participated 
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Big Thank you to Coggy from the Hartlepool Neighborhood team for bringing the riot van into Catcote Academy for our students to have a look around. It was an event all the students took part in. PC Coggin also explained the role of a Police 
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The staff and students in link 3 would like to thank Travis Perkins for their kind donation of wood, glue, and nails. Their donation has helped our students create their cracket stools for their enterprise project. This was part of their Enterprise topic and has 
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We are pleased to announce that the Governors and staff at Catcote Academy & Sixth Form College are working the Quality in Careers Standard award through Investors in Careers. We aim to achieve this by July 2020. Our aim is to provide an outstanding program 
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Our school has started a programme to improve opportunities for physical activity, socialisation, co-operation, coordination, resilience, creativity, imagination and enjoyment through improved play. The Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) Programme is a mentor supported school improvement programme which aims to address all of the areas 
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Catcote Students have designed their own remembrance tribute, the students have made a poppy blanket made from recycled plastic bottle bottoms.  All classes collected the bottles and cut the bottoms off and painted them.   We are working hard to become an Eco School and 
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