Our Netball teams enjoyed matches against Eaton bank in September, winning three and losing three matches.
We are recruiting for an HLTA (Maths), a Cover Supervisor and a Cleaner to join our great team of staff at CHS.
We were delighted to welcome 200 Year 6 pupils from primary schools in and around Congleton to our 10th Anniversary Cultural Diversity Day in September.
We can't wait to see the Congleton Players' production of The Railway Children, featuring CHS students past and present.
Our Performing Arts team's production of Annie was an incredible success and also helped to raise almost £500 for The Georgia Leigh Ogden trust!
Over 100 of our Year 12 students took part in work placements in a wide variety of sectors in July.
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As part of their ASDAN qualification, a group of our Year 11 students completed ten hours of work experience in May at The Storehouse Foodbank at New Life Church.
Cheshire Youth Commission, working in partnership with the Police and Crime Commissioner, is asking our students to share their views on the Commission's key priorities for 2023.
Our Annie casts visited the Regent Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent in May to watch Jodie Prenger as Miss Hannigan direct from the West End production of the musical.
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We've had some wonderful wildlife images sent in by Congleton school children for the Spring in a Frame photography competition and look forward to sharing them all in our Exhibition on Wednesday 17th May.
Our budding chefs, Amelia and Ella, took second and third place in the Rotary Young Chef District Heat in March.
Congratulations to our eight Year 8 students who graduated from the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service RESPECT course in March
Our latest Newsletter is out now and packed full of news of our vibrant school community.
There's still time to send in your wonderful wildlife photos for our competition before the Friday 14th April closing date.
Year 10 students, Allyssa and Maddison, submitted photographs from their Art trip to Liverpool to the the Rotary Young Photographer Competition
Local chef, Andrew Bourne, of The Alexandra Court Hotel, shared his culinary expertise with our two Rotary Young Chef competitors, Ella and Amelia
Seventeen CHS students took part in the Congleton Rotary Swimathon, totalling over 700 lengths between them in aid of charity.
Our Parents in Partnership (PiP) team are meeting on Wednesday 1st March at 7pm.
We raffled off three fantastic hampers in our St Valentine's Raffle in aid of The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation.
Just a reminder that our students are taking part in the Rotary International Swimathon on 11 March and there is still time to support them with sponsorship.
Year 7 students counted the birds they could see on our Box Lane site as part of the RSPB Big Schools Birdwatch in February
In February, our Careers team ran a 'Guess the Employer' event for our Year 7 students, challenging them to ask questions to establish each guest's job role and company.
We’re taking part in the Big Schools’ Birdwatch, part of the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, in February, helping to record bird numbers in the UK.
In January, Year 11 Louis K's thoughtfulness helped to prevent his neighbours' homes from flooding.
All students are invited to join our new Eco Club, which will run every Tuesday from 3-4pm.
We're looking for students and staff to make up teams to take part in the Congleton Rotary Swimathon in March.
Annie will be our musical for 2023. Students are invited to take part in two audition workshops in preparation for the auditions.
A huge thank you to everyone for their fantastic support with our Sixth Form students' Foodbank Friday appeal.
Our Christmas Showcase really demonstrated what a fantastically talented school of students we have at CHS. What a night!
Congratulations to Joseph, Emily and Holly, who all excelled in the Congleton Museum Young Persons Documenting History Competition.
Our first ever Christmas Market was a great success, raising almost £1,500 for PiP funds that will enrich students' CHS experience.
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
Elkie B used her cooking skills to help raise funds for a local care home
CHS Foodbank Friday is back and we are asking parents, carers and the local community to help us support The Storehouse Foodbank in any way they can.
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.
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.
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.
On Wednesday 29th June, our LGBTQ+ Ambassadors are holding putting the fun in fundraising with their Pride Stall event on behalf of Congleton Pride and Switchboard LGBTQ+ helpline.
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.
Year 12 Rebecca J is on a mission to reduce littering at CHS and has put together an assembly and a great poster competition to help combat the issue.
A fantastic £2,100 donation from health insurance provider, WPA, through its WPA Benevolent Fund, will really help us to continue our Volleyball success at CHS.
Our fantastic Spring in a Frame Wildlife Competition and Exhibition was a great opportunity to showcase the wonderful photographic talents of our local young people whilst raising much needed funds for Ukraine.
On Friday 13th May, Lynne Evans and Tony Bartley from Congleton Choral Society visited CHS to present Year 9 students, Barney M and James C, with the annual Margaret Williamson Music Bursary Award
Our Year 10 ASDAN students ventured over to Brereton Heath Local Nature Reserve in May as part of their Environmental module.
CHS will host the Spring in a Frame 2022 Photography Competition Exhibition on May 18, and visitors will be able to enjoy all the wonderful images submitted by CHS and Eaton Bank students and primary school pupils from Congleton and surrounding areas.
We were very proud to watch the Mayor of Congleton present our eight Year 8 students with their Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Respect Course graduation certificates in April.
Year 8's fourth week on the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Respect Course turned out to be a very watery one for their course leader, Sean!
In March, we held our biggest ever Careers Fair, with over forty exhibiting employers, training and apprenticeship providers and educators arriving on the day to help our young people start to plan their futures.
Our Year 8 students are in the third week of the Fire Service Respect Course and their skills and confidence continue to grow.
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.
A HUGE thank you to Morrisons in Congleton for another very much appreciated donation to our wellbeing provision, The Hub.
The CHS Careers Fair is back, and bigger and better than ever!
We’d like to thank the Congleton branches of Morrisons and Co-op who have both provided donations for our wellbeing provision, The Hub.