Year 9 and Year 10 Drama students visited The Palace Theatre in December to see Hamilton live.
Our Year 10 Computer Scientists explored colour depth in December and created some great 8-bit images.
As part of their study of the Italian language and culture, our MFL Club students learned how to make a pasta dish using mainly Italian instructions!
Mrs McKenzie's Year 9 English students demonstrated Scholarly Excellence in their essays discussing set text, The Hate You Give.
We were delighted to learn that a team of CHS Maths students were the CyberFirst Girls North West winners.
Our Science Club students created their own Marble Runs in the after-school sessions in November
Ms Figiel’s Year 8 Scientists have been working on their ‘Light’ topic this half-term.
Mrs Fitzsimmons' Year 8 Scientists have been learning about the structure and function of lungs.
Lexi B's work on the Electricity topic in Science was a shining example of Scholarly Excellence.
Our Year 7 students experienced the infamous Screaming Jelly Baby experiment in their Science lessons in November
Our GCSE and A Level Artists were inspired by their trip to Paris in November
Our Key Stage 3 Science Club students tested their own paper plane designs in November
Our Year 7 Scientists have been investigating how fruit can be used as a battery.
Mrs Jackson-Moss' Year 13 Biologists have demonstrated Scholarly Excellence in their studies
More excellence in behaviour, attitude and achievement was rewarded with Breakfast with the Head in October.
Our Year 7 and Year 8 Scientists visited Jodrell Bank to gather information for their Space and Light and Sound topics.
Our Key Stage 3 students have designed and made some fabulous lamps in our after school Manufacturing Club
Our new-look newsletter includes highlights of our great first few months of the new school year.
We are delighted to be able to offer students the opportunity to take part in the fantastic Rotary Young Chef Competition again this year.
Friday 13th definitely wasn't an unlucky day for these students who enjoyed Breakfast with the Head in October