Year 8 Belle L represented CHS in the National Schools Equestrian Association Show Jumping Qualifier in February.
Olly secured a bronze medal in the ITF England National Taekwon-Do Championships in February
In order to measure plant transpiration, our Year 12 Biologists created some artificial weather conditions!
Talented dancer, Nya, has secured a coveted place at The Hammond specialist performing arts school.
Year 9 Holly W has had a seventh piece of creative writing work published in a compilation of young writers' work.
After the half-term break the MFL Club students will investigate Portugal with our native speaker, Mrs Currah-Hall.
Year 7 Jaime won his first Tennis tournament title in February.
Following an eight week trial, our Year 9 student, Callum L, has been signed to play for the Everton Football Club u14 first team.
Our annual NSPCC Number Day was a great success again this year with a real focus on Numeracy in all subjects across the school.
Year 13 Niamh M won the 2024 NODA award for 'Best Female Character Youth Performance in an Adult Production' for her role as Bobbie in The Railway Children.
We're delighted to welcome Tom Darlington (2014-21) as the newest recruit to our Alumni webpage.
Our Year 7 to Year 11 students took part in valuable interactive and age-appropriate PSHE sessions at the end of January, covering Relationships, Health and Wellbeing, and Living in the Wider World.
Year 12 students, Emma, Jamie and Harley, were runners up in the district heat of the 2024 Rotary Youth Speaks Competition
Congratulations to our Year 7 student, Cheska C, who competed and won at the STARS Champion of Champions horse show at Aintree, Liverpool.
Our Year 11 student, Ollie P, competed in the Open Dutch Taekwondo Championships at the end of January
Year 9 Oscar dV has been selected to represent the North West Division at the English Schools Secondary Teams Swimming Championships in March.
Our latest PE extracurricular timetable has lots on offer for students this half term
Year 9 students and their parents/carers have been invited to join us for our Options Evening from 5:30-7:30pm on Thursday 11th January to find out more about selecting GCSE/BTEC Options for study in Years 10 and 11.
High School Musical has been revealed as the CHS 2024 summer production and students have been invited to audition for main cast and support roles.
Read all about our busy half-term in the December newsletter.
Year 7 Zachary J made the winning guess in our Christmas LRC Competition to guess the total number of pages in the book snowman.
Just before Christmas we held Recognition Assemblies for all our year groups, celebrating students' great achievements throughout the autumn term.
Over 160 students joined Ms Thurland to enjoy Breakfast with the Head at the end of December.
In December, our Year 9 students spent a full day exploring their creativity and produced some amazing artworks as a result
Year 9 students, Isaac W, passed his Grade 2 Trumpet with flying colours in December
Three Congleton High School students celebrated success on the water at Rudyard Lake Sailing Club’s recent annual awards ceremony.
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!
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
We are very proud to see another group of Year 9 students excel on the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Respect course.
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 staff mixed Netball team achieved a fantastic 24-16 victory over the Middlewich High staff team in November.
Year 8 student, Miley DW, passed her Red Belt (first belt) in kick-boxing November.
Our GCSE Awards Evening will be held at CHS on Wednesday 29th November from 6-7:30pm.
Our GCSE and A Level Artists were inspired by their trip to Paris in November
Year 7 student, William AS, raised around £600 selling poppies over the Remembrance weekend.
Our Key Stage 3 Science Club students tested their own paper plane designs in November
Our Year 9 Scientists have made a great start on their new Metals topic.
Year 13 Deputy Head Student, Joshua BP, was the banner bearer for the 230 Squadron Royal Air Force Air Cadets at the town Remembrance Service.
Year 11 Olly P took part in the Irish Taekwondo Association National Championships in Limerick.
Year 9 students, Rowan T and Rhys E, helped St John Ambulance staff to attend to a lady who had fallen in the park at the town bonfire.
Our Year 7 Art Club students created great Monster drawings for Halloween.
Year 7 Amber regularly volunteers for local causes, including the annual Rotary Club Bonfire and Fireworks event.
Year 7, Marcus PL, captained the Vale Juniors Year 7 Kick About Team for their first ever match recently.