Should we stay or should we go? Debate encourages Saltash students to use their voice

May 27, 2016 | No Comments
Should we stay or should we go? Debate encourages Saltash students to use their voice

Sixth Formers at saltash.net community school, along with several interested members of staff, were this week encouraged to register and use their vote in the EU referendum on 23rd June. The plea to use their vote followed an interesting and wide-ranging debate between representatives of both the ‘Remain’ and ‘Leave’ camps, as part of the […]

Interim Newsletter May 2016

May 26, 2016 | No Comments
Interim Newsletter May 2016

You can now download the latest school newsletter. Interim Newsletter – May ’16

Gifted and Talented PE students commended

May 25, 2016 | No Comments
Gifted and Talented PE students commended

A number of students at saltash.net were commended last week for their abilities in PE. Gifted and Talented awards were handed out to recognise students’ excellence in individual sports, and to those who excel in all subject areas of the PE curriculum. Mrs Bryce was on hand to present the awards and praised the students for […]

Year 13 students have a ball!

May 20, 2016 | No Comments
Year 13 students have a ball!

Year 13 students from saltash.net community school enjoyed their ‘red carpet’ moment as they arrived for the annual May Ball held in the grand surroundings of the Duke of Cornwall Hotel on Friday 13th May.  Although unlucky for some, the date did not in any way affect the success of the occasion:  the sun was […]

Admissions 2016-17 and 2017-18

May 20, 2016 | No Comments
Admissions 2016-17 and 2017-18

The following information is provided as a guide for those parents, carers and students considering saltash.net community school either for admission into Year 7 or into the 6th Form in September 2016 and September 2017. Year 5/6 Open Evenings 2016: These are scheduled for Wednesday October 5th 2016 and Thursday October 6th 2016 commencing at 6.30pm. […]

Year 11s’ ‘official’ last day

May 17, 2016 | No Comments
Year 11s’ ‘official’ last day

  Year 11s’ ‘official’ last day is a rite of passage anticipated with a range of emotions by students and staff alike at saltash.net community school. The 12th May marked the end of Year 11s’ time at the school (apart from exams and an extensive revision programme!) and students were sent off in a way […]

Introduction of Cashless Catering

May 17, 2016 | No Comments
Introduction of Cashless Catering

We are pleased to announce that we are installing a new cashless system for the catering service at saltash.net community school which will be in operation from Monday 20th June 2016. Our desire is to continue to provide and improve on the quality of the school meal service at the school. A new cashless catering […]

Sports Report

May 12, 2016 | No Comments
Sports Report

  Sport at saltash.net is thriving on all fronts.  2015/2016 has seen another step up for our students as they continue to progress not just locally but nationally too. Starting with football, where our reputation as a school that competes to a high level with a strong ethos of fair play continues.  Our u16 girls […]

saltash.net student David Wilks takes Gold!

May 12, 2016 | No Comments
saltash.net student David Wilks takes Gold!

  saltash.net student David Wilks has recently become a British Champion in Karate, taking Gold in the World Karate Union’s British Championships. The competition took place in Birmingham on the 30th April, and David, who is in Year 13, emerged victorious. This win comes following a number of medal wins at national and international competitions […]

German A Level a piece of cake at saltash.net

May 10, 2016 | No Comments
German A Level a piece of cake at saltash.net

  A Level German students at saltash.net have been cooking up a storm, taking part in a German themed bake off challenge. The hard fought competition was won by Year 13 student, Mark Hall, whose Deutscher käse- kuchen (German cheesecake) impressed the judging panel, which was formed from current students and staff.  Mark was rewarded […]