Calthorpe Park School is a high achieving, successful and growing school of 1050 students. We are a school with specialist status in mathematics and computing.
The school is recognised by Hampshire County as a centre of expertise and excellence in leadership development and in creative and innovative work on learning and teaching and in pastoral care. We are committed to collaborative work and share our excellent practice, welcoming frequent visits by colleagues and students from other schools and offering INSET delivered by our staff. Our motto of 'learning without limits' applies to all that we do in the classroom and beyond. The school is well-known for our enrichment and charity events which include our Model United Nations event, Fairtrade conference, citizenship events and student-led whole school charity activities.
Our success is based on relentlessly high expectations of everyone in the school community, matched by a commitment to the personal development and effective support for all our students.
Mr M Amos and Ms M Hooper


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Autumn Term
There is an INSET Day on Tuesday 2nd September with students returning for the Autumn Term on Wednesday 3rd September - Y7 at 8.45am, Y11 at 9am and Y8-10 at 10.55am.  For a full list of Key Dates for the new academic year, please click the link above.

GCSE Results - Summer 2014

Congratulations to all our students for whom the long wait for GCSE results is finally over!

Our results are excellent again this year with 70% of Year 11 students achieving 5 or more GCSE grades at C or above, including English and Maths and a quarter of all exam entries gaining A* or A grades. 24 students in the year group achieved 10 or more A* and A grades and 35 achieved 8 or more. 

There are some superb results in all areas of our very broad curriculum together with many notable individual achievements. So many of our students have scored outstanding personal triumphs and we are thrilled for, and so proud of them all.

In terms of the sheer volume of A* and A grades achieved, our Top 10 performing students in Year 11 this year are:

Sophie Elburn with 13 A* grades and 1 A grade
Georgina Moore with 10 A* and 4 A grades
Charlotte Elliott with 10 A* and 3 A grades
Sophie Lane with 9 A* and 4 A grades
Hazel Mitchell with 9 A* and 4 A grades
Emily Holmes with 9 A* and 2 A grades
Rachel Burrell with 8 A* and 5 A grades
Kemba Mitchell with 8 A* and 5 A grades
Miles Wheway with 8 A* and 5 A grades
Prithvi Acharya with 8 A* and 4 A grades

Reflecting the diverse opportunities available to our students, we also congratulate those in Years 9 and 10 who took some GCSE exams this Summer.  Of the 145 students in Year 9 who took GCSE Religious Education, 99% achieved a B grade or higher with a fantastic 60% achieving A* or A.  Similarly, in Year 10, of the 192 students who took GCSE Statistics, 79% achieved A* to C and 29% achieved an  A* or A grade.

These are truly amazing results which reflect the dedication and professionalism of our excellent staff and the hard work and commitment of our wonderful students; we are delighted for them all.

Finally, we wish all our students who leave us this year every success for the future. It has been a pleasure to work with you over the past five years and we will miss you all, each and every one of you!
Martin Amos and Melanie Hooper

New Website!
Preparation is taking place so that our new school website will be live for next term.  We hope to keep any disruption to a minimum during this changeover.  You will either be automatically redirected to the new website or there will be a link here. This site will remain as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for students, in addition to being a secure area for staff and governors.  The information transfer should be seamless - as a guide, all general school information, news, dates, announcements, letters, notices, etc. will be found on the new site.  If you have any queries, please send an email here.
The final newsletter of the school year can be found here
Enjoy the summer holidays!

Here are two links for the Sri Lanka Trip this Autumn - one to this year's blog and to our Facebook page.   

Uniform Requirements for September
                           Uniform purchase will not be possible during the first week of term.   
                           We will however accept orders to be processed as soon as possible.
Order forms are available here and must be sent in with the payment of cash or cheque.  If you wish to pay by debit or credit card, payment must be made in person by the owner of the card.
The next PTA meeting will be held on Wednesday 10th September at 7pm in Room 10

Y11 Black Sweatshirts
                         No further orders can be placed with our supplier until September. 
Black sweatshirts cannot be worn until your return to school in September unless you are a Prefect.
We still have some prepared orders that have not been collected.
Click here for the link to make an online payment for a school trip or event

When shopping via Amazon, please could you click through this link to help fundraising for the school? We have an associate partnership with Amazon so they provide a donation to us for each purchase you make via the link. It's such an easy way to provide some extra funds for the school and your children will benefit from this!

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