Creative Learning Week 2017: Challenge The Elements
The week of Challenge pushed pupils out of their limits as they took on the elements…and won! Pupils took to the snow, the air, the dirt, the water and the track to develop physical and mental skills. Click to see the pics and read about the week!
Creative Learning Week 2017: Smoking Saddle
Smoking Saddle was a roaring success with many pupils expressing their delight at partaking in activities they would never dream of doing in their own time, including horse riding, air rifle and a gundog handling display! Click to see all the pics and find out more!
Creative Learning Week 2017: Big Boss Bonanza
Pupils at CCSC had a go at the Dragon's Den and came up with their own business ideas! Pupils spent a week stretching their entrepreneurial muscles to impress the Dragons: Mr Swindells, Miss Booth, Miss Edwards and Mrs Allen. The week ended with presentations which we caught on film! Click to read more...
Creative Learning Week 2017: Shakespeare
For ‘CLW: Shakespeare’ pupils explored the vast, exciting world of Shakespeare through drama and theatre. Pupils were given the chance to experience life behind the scenes at two working theatres and come up with their own interpretive pieces! Click to find out more and see the pics...
Creative Learning Week 2017: Creative Crafts
An excellent but busy week was enjoyed by 25 pupils from Years 7, 8 and 9 with pupils experiencing trips to Reaseheath College, Emma Bridgewater, and The Red House Glass Cone to learn skills such as glass blowing, pottery, paper folding and textile skills! click to read all about their experience...
Creative Learning Week 2017: Food Glorious Food
A group of 25 students worked hard to plan, create and cook a menu of feasts and delights with a mini-bake off to test pupils skills and a trip to Hanley market to stock up on local, in-season produce. The week was rounded off with a trip to Snuggery's Farm for ice cream!
Creative Learning Week 2017: Gaming
This year saw the Game Design programme build on the successes of last year. With record numbers – 50 students – opting for the course, the diversity and depth of computer games created reached new levels. Click to see what they got up to this time!
Ski Trip December 2018 LAUNCHED!
We are excited to announce the school's next Ski Trip! Pupils in Year 7 - 10 are all invited to join us on this exciting experience! From December 29th 2018 - January 6th 2019. Click to find out more...
Year 9 River Study at Cannock Chase
Year 9 Geographers have been putting theory into practice and visited Cannock Chase to collect data as part of their GCSE course and analyse the river and make predictions about it further downstream. Click to read their research and see the pics!
Geography Have a Great Time at Gladstone
Year 10 Geography Pupils have been surveying Longton as part of their course, and investigated urban land use followed with a tour of Gladstone Pottery Museum and a reminder of our Potter heritage.
Post-16 Week Approaches for Y10 Pupils
Click for a sneak preview of CCSC's Post-16 Week activities with visits from local colleges, the Armed Forces and team building activities devised by Mr Kelsall and Mr Mackin...
Massive Success at Northwood Stadium
CCSC KS4 pupils scored in the top 10 across all manner of events this week at the Senior Athletics Championships at Northwood Stadium! Click to read about the winners in both boy's and girl's events and Mr Maxted's detailed commentary on the day!
Our Little Monkeys Visit Chester Zoo
Year 8 Geography pupils visited Chester Zoo to bring their studies on biodiversity, the rainforest and conservation to life! Click to see all the animals our pupils got to interact with including a giant snake skin... the trip really brought some students out of their shell.
Chesterton Community Sports College is a successful, caring, innovative 11-16 school.
GCSE results show that pupils make positive progress across a range of subjects. Our school is over-subscribed due to the outstanding personalised education that we offer.
The school is proud of its motto, 'To Be The Best You Can Be' which underpins the ethos of our school.
We have started the 2017/2018 timetable for all pupils at CCSC - please get in touch if you have any questions and make sure you have a copy of your shiny new timetable!
Wednesday 19th July is our Certificate Evening - starting at 6:00pm and celebrates the achievements of pupils in all Years and in each subject.
Friday 21st July is the End of Term at 1:05pm. School will reopen on Wednesday 6th September at 8:20am.
"Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them".
"Forgive yourself for your faults and your mistakes and move on".
"If you're not making mistakes, then you're not doing anything. I'm positive that a doer makes mistakes".