STEM Club has been our most popular club. The children started by building wind-up cars. They discussed the mechanisms which would allow the cars to work and made changes to their designs to improve the distance the cars travelled. They ended the session racing the cars against each other! The children also made their own…

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Queen Bee Class took a leap into the past!

Queen Bee Class visited Beamish Museum. The trip linked with their history topic of The Industrial Revolution and The Victorians. The day, although bitterly cold, was enjoyed by all of the children and adults alike. First the children had a workshop all about the 1842 Colliery Act which highlighted some interesting questions and caused some…

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Decorate the Christmas tree

We had a wonderful time decorating our Christmas tree with decorations that the children made. Our family and friends joined us for a festive sing-along followed by refreshments baked by Honeybees class. A wonderful start to the Christmas period.

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Lorrayne Hughes CEO

Our schools are a vital cog in their local communities and we are fortunate to count on strong support from families and stakeholders in each area.

Nick Polmear Operations Director

CET has a proven track record of improving the schools under its wing and thereby improving the opportunities and outcomes for our children aged three to 18.

Anna Carroll Head of School - Castle Carrock

We’re in a fabulous rural environment. It’s really important there’s an emphasis on the academic, but also that school is a place the children enjoy coming to and spending time in.