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  • Financial Support with Travel

    Published 17/05/19

    Distance is no barrier.

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  • Moth - Hope Street Theatre

    Published 13/05/19

    Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday (16th – 18th May) former students Ben Newman and Daniel Vilela and current student, James Kelly, will be performing in a new production of Moth by Declan Green at The Hope Street Theatre in Liverpool.

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  • Students art exhibited at Lady Lever Art Gallery

    Published 10/05/19

    The work of 17 Calday Art students was showcased in the exhibition.

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  • 11+ Testing Deadline

    Published 08/05/19
    Register for assessment for grammar school education Online registration for Year 6 assessment to attend a non-Catholic grammar school in Wirral in September 2020 is open until 31 May 2019. Please click on the link below to register. https://wi
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  • Andrew Hall

    Published 07/05/19
    It is with great sadness that we announce the death of former Headteacher, Mr Andrew Hall, who passed away on Thursday 2nd May 2019.  Mr Hall was Headteacher at Calday from September 2002 until May 2011.  Our thoughts ar
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  • Letter from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP

    Published 23/04/19

    Education Minister congratulates Calday on Progress 8 measure!

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  • Merseytravel School Transport Changes

    Published 30/03/19

    from Monday 29 April 2019

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  • School Wind Band Success

    Published 29/03/19

    Congratulations to the School Wind Band who came 2nd in Wirral Music Festival

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  • Year 5 Open Evening

    Published 27/03/19

    Tuesday 30 April 2019 - 6pm till 8pm.

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  • Recycle Your Crisp Packets at Calday

    Published 23/03/19

    Crisp packets are difficult to recycle unless separated from other waste.  TerraCycle and Walkers have partnered to create a free recycling scheme which accepts all crisp packets.

    Calday is now a public drop off point for crisp packet recycling.  We have a yellow bin next to our main reception for the public to pop in and drop off their crisp packets.  You are welcome to pop in between 9am and 5pm on a normal school day, or you could ask your child to drop them off on the way in to School in the morning.

    TerraCycle will collect the crisp packets at no cost to the School.  Once collected, the crisp packets are separated by plastic type, cleaned, and extruded into plastic pellets to make new recycled products.

    We have asked all of our students to recycle their empty crisp packets and a number of recycling bins have been installed around the School to support this scheme.

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  • Senior Quiz Team - Champions of the North!

    Published 20/03/19

    Senior Quiz team success....

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  • Mandarin Excellence Programme Cookery

    Published 18/03/19

    "The dumplings tasted fantastic!"

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