Our Year 8 students are in the third week of the Fire Service Respect Course and their skills and confidence continue to grow.
Our Reading Influencers group held their first meeting in March and have set up their own Instagram account so everyone can keep up to date with all their activity.
Over 40 training/education providers and employers from a wide range of sectors will be taking part in the CHS Careers Fair on Thursday 17th March, helping our students to plan their future careers.
Thirty six of our Year 8 students took part in a cross-curricular Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Faraday Challenge Day in March, organised by our Science and DT departments.
We were extremely proud that our Year 13 student, Lily S, represented us at the official unveiling of the Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy statue on International Women’s Day, reciting her original poem, CW12 2DW.
Tuesday 8th March was Week Two for our eight Year 8 students on the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Respect course and this week, the group saw firefighters rescue a 'casualty' trapped in a car.
We are inviting parents, carers, family and friends of KS3 students to join us for our KS3 Art Exhibition from 3:00pm on Thursday 24th March.
We have grown the CHS 100 Club again - Well done to Year 9 Lewis H!
A HUGE thank you to Morrisons in Congleton for another very much appreciated donation to our wellbeing provision, The Hub.
Posters are appearing on doors all across school as part of our prep work for National Careers Week, which will run from 7-12th March 2022.
Eight of our students started their Respect Course with Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service at the beginning of March
Year 11 Enterprise and Marketing students moved out of the classroom and in to the kitchen in March as part of their topic to create a new pizza idea and market it.