Four of our primary schools took part in the Cash For Kids Sports Challenge this year. Caldew Lea Primary School, Newtown Primary School, Petteril Bank School and Yewdale Primary School got creative whilst coming up with innovative and exciting ways to raise as much money as they could for their school. The Cash For Kids…
News and press releases relating to Yewdale Primary School, part of the Cumbria Education Trust.
Three teachers from Yewdale Primary School have successfully completed the Outstanding Teacher Intervention (OTI) programme. Claire Hodgson, Susan Ingledow and Kate Mains worked with The Osiris Teaching Intervention, a school-based professional learning programme for teachers, which accelerates the quality of learning and teaching by ensuring immediate and sustained changes in classroom practice. OTI builds on what is…
Following on from Yewdale Primary School’s last Ofsted inspection in July 2018, in which they were rated Good, they received another inspection from Ofsted on 19th and 20th September, in what is called an ungraded inspection. This inspection is carried out around once every four years to ensure that, as a school, they are still…
More than 200 students and pupils came together to improve their sporting skills and hear about an inspiring Everest adventure.
During Global Enterprise Week, schools across CET focused on Eco and Green enterprises linked to the recent COP26 conference in Glasgow.
The Headteacher of a CET primary school wants to build stronger relationships with the community after a Covid-interrupted start to life in her new role.
William Howard School hosted a Cumbria Education Trust (CET) High 5 Netball tournament on Tuesday, 19 November.
There were over 500 entries, with winners chosen from each school. Congratulations to Anna Murphy (Year 9) of William Howard School who is the overall winner.
Students representing all 7 schools in the Cumbria Education Trust (CET) participated in the inaugural collaborative School Council meeting.
Democracies and dictators. Empathy and equality. Resilience and respect. Just a few of the topics of conversation that buzzed around Carlisle Racecourse on Wednesday 7 November.