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10 December 2018

District Cross Country
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10 December 2018

District Cross Country

The District Cross-Country was held at Netherhall in what turned out to be a mild and dry afternoon with good conditions underfoot. We took a number of students across KS3 and KS4.  Individually our students had a mixture of experiences, however, three students gained qualification to run in the County Schools, all were in the same race junior Girls (Year 8/9); Macey Dexter (12th, Elizabeth McCluskey (14th) and Mirthe Buitelaar (16th). What is more remarkable is that all these girls are in year 8.

1 December 2018

Mill Road Winter Fair
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1 December 2018

Mill Road Winter Fair

Well done, Coleridge Carnival Crew – drummers, dancers and horns. You were all great! We had a fab time leading the Mill Road Winter Fair parade on Saturday. So lovely to be a part of something where the whole community comes together.

30 November 2018

Launchpad Competition – Coleridge
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30 November 2018

Launchpad Competition – Coleridge

Ms Anna Aldred, Launchpad organiser, commented the following on the trip to Amazon on Tuesday 27 November 2018 ‘’It was lovely to welcome Coleridge students to our ‘’Launchpad’’ Science event!’’.  Dr Jiggins, Coleridge Science Teacher said ‘’Events like this really help to bring Science to life!’’. It was a fabulous day and we would like to congratulate Darcey Sutcliffe and Hannah Wustenberg who were from the winning team, as well as Nicole Njoku who was randomly selected to win the Amazon Echo!

28 November 2018

U13 EFL Girls Football Competition District Champions
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28 November 2018

U13 EFL Girls Football Competition District Champions

On Wednesday 28 November, the U13 Girls CAP Football team were crowned District Champions.

This is a fantastic achievement, as it is a fiercely contested competition with over 18 schools involved from the local district.
The girls won all their group games comfortably and then defeated current champions St Ivo in the final, via a tense penalty shootout.

The team was a mix of Coleridge, Parkside and Trumpington students and they will now move onto the next challenge, representing Cambridgeshire in the regional final.

They are one step closer to Wembley…

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