Marked improvements at Isle of Wight school say Ofsted inspectors

Exterior of Carisbrooke College

Two of the four categories have been upgraded to 'Good', as the school shows it is making the necessary changes to ensure improvement

Tuesday, 14th January, 2020 9:33am

By Gemma Long with one comment

Head of school announces resignation

office chair and computer screen

The Executive Headteacher says she'll be a tough act to follow and is credited with improving the college in many ways

Thursday, 9th January, 2020 9:31am

By Glynis Hutchings

Isle of Wight pupils take part in ‘Operation Christmas Child – Samaritan’s Purse’

110 shoe boxes at christ the king college

100 shoeboxes have been filled by pupils at this Isle of Wight school with toys and treats for children less fortunate than themselves

Wednesday, 20th November, 2019 12:54pm

By Glynis Hutchings

Service of Remembrance returns to Carisbrooke Castle

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Members of the public can enter the castle free of charge to attend the service this week

Monday, 4th November, 2019 10:06am

By IW Council Press Office

Parish Council change name to Community Council to better reflect their role

Relief artwork of Newport streets by Lyndy Moles

Councils at this tier of local government are free to call themselves, Parish, Town, Village, Neighborhood or Community Council. Members felt the latter was the best fit for their council and unanimously voted for the change

Tuesday, 29th October, 2019 11:11am

By Lucy Molyneux with 3 readers' comments

Letter: Shortening of school day has led to home time safety concerns

school crossing sign

Peter Shreeve says schools have limited resources and are to some extent forced into making unpalatable decisions, but shortening the school day is done to save money.

Tuesday, 24th September, 2019 10:37am

By Peter Shreeve

End of school day ‘potentially dangerous’ says head of Isle of Wight primary school

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In a letter to parents, Carisbrooke Primary's head of school said the decision made by the other schools to change their hours was potentially dangerous — and the primary school had not been consulted.

Wednesday, 18th September, 2019 5:39pm

By Louise Hill, Local Democracy Reporter with one comment

Opposing Government over housing targets a ‘waste of time’, says Cabinet member

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Even though several Isle of Wight Conservative councillors said they would oppose the housing targets set by Government, Cllr Brodie reports that Barry Abraham said it would be a 'waste of time'.

Tuesday, 3rd September, 2019 10:23am

By Geoff Brodie with one comment

Isle of Wight GCSE Results: 12% improvement in English and maths at Christ the King

female gcse pupils from CtK with her results

Plus five students achieved grade 9 in five or more subjects, putting them among the most exceptional scholars in the country.

Thursday, 22nd August, 2019 10:08am

By Glynis Hutchings

Isle of Wight fire crews praised for actions at derelict school blaze

Fire crews at Christ the King College Fire

The fire was in the roof space of a single storey building due for demolition. The cause is currently being investigated.

Tuesday, 20th August, 2019 12:09pm

By IW Council Press Office

Spate of vandalism adds costs for parish council

Vandalism of Post Office Lane toilets - paint on walls

As well as vandalism to the public toilets, a piece of outdoor gym equipment that can be used to charge mobile phones was burnt with a lighter.

Monday, 12th August, 2019 11:38am

By Lucy Molyneux with 6 readers' comments

Carisbrooke Guides and Brownies celebrate 100 years

girl guides at carisbrooke outside their tent

A number of activities took place at Carisbrooke Castle for the 100 year celebration of the 1st Carisbrooke Units.

Tuesday, 16th July, 2019 12:35pm

By Suzanne Whitewood