The June-July CHS Newsletter is out now, and packed full of stories about our vibrant school community.
We’ll be making temporary changes to our normal school procedure to ensure that students and staff are kept safe and well during the forecast high temperatures.
Mrs Bates, Hannah B and NIna W represented our Body Positivity Group at a 'Recognising Body Image' reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 12th July.
It's our annual Work Placement Week for the majority of our Year 12 students this week and these Sixth Form students will be spending time working with a range of employers, picking up valuable skills and experience.
Well done to all the runners who took place in the CHS Race for Life in July, which raised £440 for Cancer Research UK.
Kind and thoughtful Year 8 student, Elizabeth (Beth) G, chose to have her knee-length hair cut for charity and raised £800 for The Little Princess Trust
Our Seat on the Plane special recognition trip for a group of our remarkable students finally took place at the beginning of July.
Mr Ainsley has promised to shave his head if Year 10 can raise £1,200 at their Summer Fair on Wednesday 6th July
We are delighted to announce that the Just Bee Garden, inspired by Year 8 Annabel J's original design, will be officially opened in Congleton Park at 10:15am on Friday 15th July.
Throughout Friday 8th July, our students will be running the 5km Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research UK. We're asking students to donate £1 and add something pink to their PE kit.
Our wonderful LGBTQ+ Ambassadors ran a Pride Stall in June to raise funds for two LGBTQ+ charities.
Our Sports Day and Alternative Sports Day this year meant that we had something to suit everyone and students really worked together as form groups and as a school community.