Monday 14 July

Tuesday 15 July

Wednesday 16 July
Year 8 District Cricket Finals at Scarborough with Mr Hopper.

Thursday 17 July
Whole School Reading

Friday 18 July

Newsletter 11 July


Sports News

Well done to two year 7 students, Kacey Baldwin and Evie Underdown, who took part in the Scarborough and District Schools Sports Association annual Secondary Gymnastics competition. The girls joined with two students from Eskdale to form a collective 'Whitby' team who were awarded third place overall in the intermediate category. A fantastic team effort from all the girls, well done to them all!





Caedmon Celebrate Netball Tournament Victory
Caedmon's Year 9 Netball team celebrated victory in the U14 district tournament held on the Thursday 3rd October. With a tough draw, an opening victory against a strong Pindar side set the girls on their way. The next game was against Scarborough College. With excellent shooting from Gabby Hayton and Bronte Nicholas-Miller, Caedmon blazed to a 9-5 victory to their nearest rivals. The team continued to play well with Natasha Kent, Daisy Drake and Lauren Hall keeping a tight defence against Eskdale giving the team overall victory, being unbeaten throughout the tournament. Caedmon PE teacher Mrs Raw said "I am thrilled with the performance from the girls and the quality of netball they played. It is the second year running that a Caedmon U14 netball team have qualified for the county competition."



A team of Year 7 girls achieved first place at the Yorkshire Biathlon final. It was a very hot day and a tough competition. Also, Natasha Kent came second individually in the Year 8 girls' competiton.



Pictured left are Xavia Crossling, Rachel Ashburner and Danielle Walker.






Caedmon Crowned County Cup Champions
On a bitter Monday afternoon, Caedmon U14 Girls were crowned County Champions after beating Easingwold in the county cup final. The team were focused and determined to win from the outset with Captain Morgann Russell bossing the midfield. Alice Hogarth showed her pace skipping past the full back and slotting the ball home, her talent continued to show as she went on to score another three taking her tally to nine for the competition. With the score 6-0 at half time the girls continued their professional display with Daisy Drake being given the freedom to drive on from midfield to scoring from 20 yards. Concentration slipped and with two soft penalties Easingwold looked to be staging a fight back early in the second half but the strong defence of Jess Chapman, Kelly Probert, Hannah Cook and Tia Roe Dryden put a stop to that. Rhian Cattermole worked hard to get herself two goals with a little dink round the keeper. Tilly Swales finished off the scoring by nipping in front of the defender to slot the ball home. The final score was 11-4 to Caedmon crowning them North Yorkshire County Champions. PE teacher Jo Raw said "I am delighted with the girls' commitment and standard of football they played, not only in the final but throughout the competition. I am so proud of the girls and have loved every minute of the competition with them."


Gymnastics Competition

On Saturday 16th March a group of Caedmon gymnasts entered the Scarborough and District competition. With schools from across Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale entering the Caedmon team faced tough opposition. The eight girls that took part had to perform both a floor routine and two vaults gaining marks out of 10 for each. With slick performances from the girls Caedmon managed to gain the bronze medal position, narrowly missing out on silver by 0.25nof a mark. The girls worked very hard over a number of weeks and deserved their place in the top three.


Girls' Football

Caedmon School's under 14s girls' football team reached the final of the North Yorkshire Schools County Cup. The Caedmon girls showed what they are made off with a 6-4 win over Thirsk in the first round, with Daisy Drake scoring a hat-trick to get the girls on their way. They went on to face Harrogate at home and a 30-yard wonder strike from Morgann Russell eased the girls to the next round and a trip to Wensleydale .After the long bus journey, the home team took the lead twice but Caedmon dug in to make it 2-2 at half-time.In the second half, Caedmon showed fantastic resilience in defence with Jess Chapman and Kelly Probert bossing the game.This allowed Caedmon's Alice Hogarth to dominate further up the pitch, skipping past the Wensleydale defence to score and create one for Daisy Drake. They now face Easingwold in the final. PE teacher Jo Raw said: "This is a fantastic achievement for the girls and they more than deserve to be in the final of the county cup competition. We have some extremely talented players this year and I hope they realise how well they have done to get to the final of this competition."

The competition is open to all schools across North Yorkshire.


District Success for Caedmon
Caedmon's Year 9 Netball Team have shown they have some real quality with three girls making the Scarborough and District squad. All schools from the district sent girls to the trials which were held at Scalby School and, with only ten girls selected, three of them were from the Caedmon team. Pictured right are Morgann Russell (Centre) Tilly Ward (GK) and Emma Foster (GS).


With strength and depth in the U14 Caedmon team they were looking forward to the district U14 tournament held at Scalby School. With convincing performances against Filey, George Pindar and Scalby and a tough and close game against Ryedale, Caedmon eventually came second in the tournament which meant they were through to the county round of the competition. The girls travelled to Harrogate on Saturday 10th November with the girls playing extremely well picking up new skills from the strong teams they were facing. With some outstanding contributions from all over the court, particularly from Emmy Dickinson, Bronwyn Hodgson and Morgann Russell, the Caedmon girls came eighth. Mrs Raw (Caedmon's head of PE) said "Overall it was great effort from all the team and it has been an experience they won't forget, not too many girls get the chance to take part in this higher standard of netball."