News: CHS Promise
All students are invited to join our new Eco Club, which will run every Tuesday from 3-4pm.
Our Year 7 and Year 8 students will be able to enjoy a Valentine's disco in February
We're looking for students and staff to make up teams to take part in the Congleton Rotary Swimathon in March.
As part of their work on block-based programming and problem solving, 7GXT worked on an Hour of Code tutorial of their choice.
Annie will be our musical for 2023. Students are invited to take part in two audition workshops in preparation for the auditions.
At the end of term students enjoyed the CHS version of Strictly Come Dancing, with a fabulous array of 'dancing' styles from the teaching and Senior Leadership teams!
Congratulations to Year 8 Holly W who won our LRC Christmas Competition.
Our Sixth Form Social Scientists visited decommissioned HM Prison Shrewsbury in December to get a glimpse in to the life of a prisoner
Our Christmas Showcase really demonstrated what a fantastically talented school of students we have at CHS. What a night!
Our students raised over £1,200 for BBC Children in Need this year with a range of fundraising activities that included our famous Teacher Gunging!
Natalie Carmen of the Crown Prosecution Service met with our Sixth Form A Level Law students in November to talk about her work as a Criminal Prosecutor.
A trip to the Lowry to watch Othello in November left Drama students amazed and inspired
A visit to Maths in Action helped our Sixth Form Mathematicians see how Maths can be used in many different ways, from fighting disease to video games and magic!
Eight of our students took part in the first round of the Rotary Young Chef Competition in November, producing an array of wonderful dishes.
We were delighted to welcome the Mayor of Congleton and Eaton Bank students in to school in November to discuss working together to tackle 'green' issues
We'll be supporting BBC Children in Need again this year with a range of fundraising activities
Our Key Stage 3 Science Club students used their creativity and Science knowledge to keep Dr Buchan's eggs safe!
We were very proud to be represented at Sunday's Remembrance Day Parade by our Head Students, Grace K and Ryan C, who laid a wreath on behalf of Congleton High School.
In November, our dual linguists learned more about how languages can benefit their future career prospects from University of Manchester School Outreach Officer, Sonja Bernhard.
Our A Level Physics students visited the UK's national synchrotron science facility, responsible for researching everything from fossils to jet engines and viruses to vaccines.
We are very excited to be holding our first Christmas market on Friday 2nd December and look forward to welcoming students, parents, carers, families and the local community to the event.
The winners of our LRC Book Blitzers Competition for the last half-term were 7HM and 7DCH.
Our Year 8 Speed Networking Event was an invaluable and inspirational opportunity for our students, which gave them really useful information about a wide range of careers and experience of talking with employers.
Hoping to pursue a career in politics, our Year 13 student, Rebecca J, had the amazing opportunity to spend a day in Parliament over the half-term break.
A trip to Liverpool provided our GCSE and A Level Photography students with some great images for their portfolios.
For the rest of term, our MFL Club students will be able to explore the language, culture and food of Italy.
It was spooktacular in the LRC before the half-term break, with students enjoying a range of Halloween activities .
Mr Ainsley has promised to shave his head if Year 10 can raise £1,200 at their Summer Fair on Wednesday 6th July
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.
In their June fieldtrip, our Year 10 Geography students travelled to Salford Quays to evaluate the environmental quality of Salford Quays to see if the regeneration has improved it.
Seven of our students visited Crewe Magistrates Court in June as part of their ASDAN course, giving them a unique insight in to the role of Magistrates and the court.
A trip to London led to a live appearance on the BBC lunchtime news for some of our A Level History and Politics students! Their visit to Westminster coincided with the release of the Sue Gray report, placing them right at the very heart of a historic political moment!