A Concert in Honour of Our Queen
CCSC and local Primary Schools presented a sell out concert featuring music, readings and drama!
Dementia Friends Session at CCSC
RMS Leaders and Health and Social Care students take part in a Dementia Friends session
KS4 UV Football Goes National!
KS4 Girls appear on Sky Sports News for participating in their first UV Football Tournament!
Shocking Stuff from Year 11
Year 11 Science find out just how hair-raising the subject can be...
Horrible History for Year 11 Pupils!
Year 11 Pupils visit Thackray Medical Museum to bring the History of Medicine (back to) life!
CCSC Visits Parliament 2015
Pupils and staff visit Parliament as to enrich the horizons of the School Council and Debating Club!
CCSC Pupil Holds Kickboxing World Record!
Jack Meadon blows away the competition and returns from Portugal a Champion!
MFL Evening 2015
KS4 Taster Courses
Click for details and to see the Gallery of Pupils enjoying College Courses and Activities at Newcastle under Lyme College and Reaseheath College!
Book Club’s October 2015 Review
Everything Everything is the debut novel by Nicola Yoon - click to see the video review by KS3 pupils
Animal Aid Visits CCSC
Speaker from UK based charity 'Animal Aid' visits CCSC English lessons to discuss the ethics of animal testing.
Open Day 2015 a Success!
Open Day 2015 gives Year 6 pupils a great opportunity to experience life at CCSC.
Chesterton Community Sports College is a successful, caring, innovative 11-16 school with excellent GCSE exam results.
GCSE results are consistently outstanding with over 70% achieving 5 or more GCSE grades A* - C including English and Maths during the last 3 years (72% in 2012, 75% in 2013, 71% in 2014).
The school is proud of its motto, 'To be the best you can be' which underpins the ethos of the school.
This week marks the commencement of the KS4 Mock Exam Fortnight - a busy and important time for our pupils to put what they know to the test and show their achievements at CCSC thus far. We wish them all the very best! Also this week - Year 9 pupils get their own Theatre Trip on Wednesday.
"Obviously, beacuse of my disability, I need assistance. But I have always tried to overcome the limitations of my condition and lead as full a life as possible. I have traveled the world, from the Antarctic to zero gravity".
"There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability".
Mrs L Jackson B.Soc.Sc (Hons)
Mr R Swindells BA (Hons)