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.
In November Mrs Fitzsimmons’ Year 11 Scientists studied the structure of DNA.
Ofqual is consulting with families and schools regarding the continuation of additional support for Year 11 students sitting Science and Maths GCSEs in 2024.
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
Year 7 completed their first dissection in November to help with their understanding of the Human Body topic.
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.
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
Our Year 7 and Year 8 Scientists visited Jodrell Bank to gather information for their Space and Light and Sound topics.
We have a wonderful display in our Science faculty of Bugs created by Key Stage 3 Artists.
Science teacher, Ms Figiel, has been impressed by her Year 7 students' independent revision preparation for their first test of the year.
Jasmine and Abigail's work, demonstrating Scholarly Excellence will be on show in the Science faculty
Our Key Stage 3 Science Club students constructed towers only using paper and paper clips in one of their October sessions.
Mrs Fitzsimmons’ Year 11 Biologists, Abi F, Amy H and Lottie, consistently work hard to achieve scholarly excellence
Students learned about Aqueducts in Science Club then had a go at making their own version.
Our Year 12 students' river sampling trip turned out to be a very damp event indeed!
Congratulations to all our Year 12 students who took part in the UKBC Intermediate Biology Olympiad in June.
Congratulations to all our Year 10 students who took part in the UKBC Biology Challenge and to our eight award winning students.
In our Science Club, Key Stage 3 students were able to investigate the wide variety of insects and other creatures around the School site.
Our Year 13 A Level Chemists carried out their final practical at the end of April and Dr Jones was once again really pleased with their work.
Joseph P's fantastic 'Tracking the Links' poster won first prize in our Science team's British Science Week Connections Poster competition
Our Science Club students took part in the Royal Society of Chemistry's Global Battery Experiment in March.
To help give them a greater understanding of the ventilation system in mammals, our Year 12 Biologists performed a lung dissection.
We are challenging Key Stage 3 students to design a Connections themed poster for British Science Week 2023.
Year 7 Science students enjoyed watching Ms Figiel’s Screaming Jelly Baby experiment.
National Careers Week is 6th to 11th March and we have a series of events running each lunchtime enabling students in all years to access information and advice from employers and our own careers experts.
Practical lessons help to give students a much better understanding of the topics they study.
Our Year 12 students used models to show their learning in Biology
Ms Figiel's Year 11 Biologists have been studying the structure of DNA and used sweets to make models to help them understand and remember it.
Ms Figiel's Year 10 Scientists used the information they learned in class to help them correctly identify different parts of the heart
Ms Figiel's Year 8 Scientists are testing food samples as part of their 'Alive and Kicking' topic.
Students had great fun making and testing bath bombs in our KS3 Science Club.
In February our Year 12 Biologists visited Chester Zoo to investigate the role that zoos play in the conservation of species, and learn more about the impact of oil palm plantations on deforestation.
Year 7 students counted the birds they could see on our Box Lane site as part of the RSPB Big Schools Birdwatch in February
Our Eco Club students braved the January weather to collect materials for their Bug Hotels.
All students are invited to join our new Eco Club, which will run every Tuesday from 3-4pm.
We welcomed a group of Scientists in to school in January to enlighted students as to the vast range of careers opened up by studying the Sciences.
As part of the Alive and Kicking topic, students modelled the human ventilation system.
Our Key Stage 3 Science Club students used their creativity and Science knowledge to keep Dr Buchan's eggs safe!
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.
Year 7 student, Frazer D, really went the extra mile with his Science homework.
Our Year 7 Scientists have been learning about Static Electricity in their Science lessons this term.
In October, our Year 8 students were all given the opportunity to visit the site of the second largest mobile telescope in Europe - Jodrell Bank Observatory.
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.
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.
Well done to all of the Year 8 students who took part in our Science team's 'Microbes Made My Lunch' poster competition at the end of last term. You obviously really enjoyed getting your teeth in to this particular subject!
To round off British Science Week 2022 at CHS, we welcomed a group of speakers from the world of Science in to school in March to inform and inspire our Year 9 students about the many careers opened up by studying Science.