Governor Profiles

David Cragg

David Cragg CBE FCGI  (Chair)

Having begun his career as a language teacher, David has enjoyed a successful, lifetime career in vocational education and training, and in some demanding national and regional leadership roles, including Chief Executive of the Birmingham and Solihull Training and Enterprise

Job Vacancies

At Cadbury College, we’re proud to offer a wide range of opportunities, flexibility and support to our potential employees. We have a diverse mix of staff all with different skills and abilities; striving towards giving our students an exceptional educational experience.

Inspirational teachers are key to student success and at Cadbury College we understand how important it is to have a gratifying place in which to work and be proud of.

If you’d like to find out about the roles we have available, please click on the links below:

Ofsted Report

In September 2016, the new academic year began and exciting change was on the horizon for Cadbury College.  With a view to become part of the Covetry University Group, coupled with the appointment of a new Vice Principal of Curriculum and Quality, the academic year got off to an invigorating start, which promised to support the mission of the College to provide high quality education leading to excellent higher education and employment prospects for a diverse community of students.

Examination Results

Cadbury College are delighted with another set of excellent results which again demonstrate, not only the hard work and effort of our students, but also the commitment of our staff in preparing and supporting them so they can achieve their full potential. The colleges aim is to provide truly innovative teaching within a caring learning environment, combining both academic and vocational courses in order to meet the needs of each student and offer them the best pathway to success.

 

Principals Welcome

"The Cadbury College mission is to provide high quality education leading to excellent higher education and employment prospects for our diverse community of students.

At the end of Year 11 young people face a choice between staying on at school or progressing to a college. We believe that they benefit greatly from a change of institution and that transferring to a sixth from college such as Cadbury offers them great advantages.

Principals Welcome

"The Cadbury College mission is to provide high quality education leading to excellent higher education and employment prospects for our diverse community of students.

At the end of Year 11 young people face a choice between staying on at school or progressing to a college. We believe that they benefit greatly from a change of institution and that transferring to a sixth from college such as Cadbury offers them great advantages.

About Us

Cadbury College caters exclusively for young people over 16 years of age and is organised to meet their particular needs, interests and aspirations. We offer over 50 A Level and BTEC Level 3 courses and many of our specialist staff are also examiners or chief examiners in their subject, so you can be sure of the very best quality of teaching. With over 80% of our learners going on to university, much that we do is geared to developing skills for that end and the changing world in which our leavers will work.

World Mental Health Day 2017

World Mental Health Day 2017

Cadbury college has been spreading awareness of the 25th anniversary of World Mental Health Day. In the LRC students had a chance to make keychains and talk about mental health. According to the NHS one in four people are affected by a mental illness. It is great to see more people discussing this topic as mental health issues affect many people on a daily basis.

Figures in 2016, from the NHS showed that almost six in one hundred people suffered from Generalised Anxiety Order and by talking more openly about Mental Health issues, people feel more comfortable seeking the help they may need. The progress made by society in regards to mental health awareness has improved drastically. Not only are more people getting help but more people are starting to realise that mental health can be just as serious as physical health.