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.

This Week at CCSC

Week Beginning 17th December 2018hollywreath

Art & Photography Exams take place for Year 11 on Monday 17th December and Tuesday 18th December.

Wednesday 19th December is jam packed with our annual Community Day, the Year 11 Dance Practical Day and an entertaining evening with our new Christmas Quiz open to pupils and parents in the evening! It starts at 6pm!

Our Rewards Afternoon is on Thursday 20th December as a welcome treat for all of our pupils and their hard work in the first term.

School will end at 1:10pm on Friday 21st December and reopen to pupils at 8:20am on Tuesday 8th January

 

Thought of the Week: Yule or Christmas?christmasquote

Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more”.
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It is happiness because we see joy in people. It is forgetting self and finding time for others. It is discarding the meaningless and stressing the true values”.
Thomas S. Monson

The two most joyous times of the year are Christmas morning and the end of school”.
Alice Cooper

Featured Learning

Lizzie Arnold - Superstar of the Week

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Mrs Stephens' Year 9 class have been studying the topic of euthanasia in lessons as part of a 'Non-Fiction Language Skills' unit. Students have researched and examined the cases of Alfie Evans and Charlie Guard; two very sad but poignant controversies that highlighted the difficulties of making an end-of-life decision. Following this, the class participated in a heated debate in which the pupils had to counter arguments about who should make these vital decisions. The writing task set centred around doctors vs judges and who should make the final decision about medical treatment. Lizzie, being unable to argue that it should be the parents or the child in question, went away and wrote a very heartfelt and passionate letter. It is excellent to see a student feel so passionate about a topic and it is also very impressive to see a student willing to spend their own time creating a piece of writing that expresses her emotions in such a vivid yet articulate way.

Mrs D Stephens
Assistant Head of English

Forthcoming Events

Wed Dec 19 @12:00AM
Christmas Quiz Evening
Wed Dec 19 @12:00AM
Community Day
Wed Dec 19 @12:00AM
Y11 Dance Practical Day
Thu Dec 20 @12:00AM
Rewards Afternoon
Fri Dec 21 @12:00AM
End of Term at 13:05

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Headteacher

Headteacher

Mr R Swindells  BA (Hons)

Deputy Headteacher

Mrs S Waterhouse  BA (Hons)

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