Open Evening and Applications 2017
Click to read about our Open Evening 2017 and find out how to apply for a place for your child at CCSC starting September 2018! School Tours are also available, any day, any time, at your convenience - contact the school office to book a tour.
CCSC celebrates yet another year of outstanding progress and achievement! Once again staff, parents and pupils are extremely proud of this year’s success. Click to read all about our results!
Science Revision Begins!
CCSC at the Young Teen Fiction Awards 2017
CCSC made another trip to the YTF awards this year at RAF Cosford, and made a short video to get votes for their favourite book: Salt to the Sea by Ruth Sepetys. Click to read about the day, see the pics and watch the video!
Year 11 Prom 2017
CCSC bid farewell to Year 11 this year in its usual classy style - click to see the hundreds of Prom photos from Wychwod Park Golf Clubhouse and see whether you think pupils or staff were best dressed...
Prefect Leaver's Meal 2017
Every year Dawn and the Prefects work hard to ensure everything runs smoothly at CCSC - so every year she treats them to a hard earned meal to say thank you and goodbye! Read about the night by clicking here.
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...
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 is our Open Day and Evening, taking place on Thursday 21st September from 6:30 pm. School Tours are also available, any day, any time, at your convenience - contact the school office to book a tour.
Monday 18th September is the Ski Trip Meeting at 6:30pm in Room 2.
School is not open to pupils on Friday 22nd September; this is a Staff Training Day.
“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind”.
“Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word which brings peace”.
“Peace is not the absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means”.
Mrs L Jackson B.Soc.Sc (Hons)
Mr R Swindells BA (Hons)