Open Evening 2018
Click to download details of our Open Evening 2018! The 20th September 2018, with a 6:30pm start. Not convenient? A school tour can be booked at a time that suits you!
Book Club at the YTF Awards 2018!
Book Club attended the YTF Book Awards at RAF Cosford! Schools all across Staffordshire came together to celebrate their love of reading with: a quiz to challenge teams from schools who had read all six shortlisted titles; talks from published authors and voting for the title that would become this year’s Young Teen Fiction novel!
CCSC School Uniform
We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of our school uniform policy as we realise that many of you will be purchasing new uniform over the summer holidays. We expect high standards across all years in school and take great pride in the appearance of our pupils. Click for details!
CCSC Launches Post-16 Week
We have launched our plans for Post-16 Week 2018! Click to see what the week has in store for Year 10 including visits to local colleges and more...
Eco Committee Earns CCSC an Eco School Bronze Award!
The hard work of our Eco Committee has earned the school a prestigious Bronze Eco Schools award! Read about their achievements over the past term and the journey towards a Silver Award...
Chester Zoo Trip 2018
CCSC's Geography Department took lucky pupils to meet creatures both big and small at Chester Zoo, including the famous bat cave and a day's rainforest experience!
Eco Committee and RMS Leaders Joint Litter Pick in Chesterton
As part of the ‘Keep Britain Tidy’ scheme and RMS Community Day, 23 students joined forces to complete a litter pick of Chesterton Park, Castle Street and part of London Road! Click to find out who took part and see their results...
Fairtrade Day 2018
This year's theme was 'Come On In' with a plethora of activities, competitions and food samples to encourage and promote Fairtrade products - click to read all about it and see the pics!
'Macbeth' Comes to CCSC!
Year 10 were fortunate enough to be treated to a live theatrical performance of ‘Macbeth’ on Monday 12th March. The hour-long performance utilised the dynamic concept of multi-role acting, using a cast of only four members. Click to read all about The Scottish Play...
A Fort Night of Building Castles
Year 7 have been building castles in preparation for their trip to Warwick Castle - click to see the best castles and find out who took the top three places...
More Handball Success for Under 15 Girls Team
Our Girls Under 15 Handball team got into the County Level Tournament and reached the Semi-Finals! Click to read the commentary and find out how our team did...
Alfie is Flying High at CCSC
One of our pupils had the opportunity to fly a plane as part of his Cadet studies at RAF Cosford! Alfie was selected to fly the plane at an altitude of 3000ft. Click to see the pics and video...
CCSC Eco-Committee Report - February 2018
Our Eco-Committee has been hard at work this month after installing recycling facilities into the school and taking part in a community clear up around Chesterton - click to read 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.
The last week of the 2017 - 2018 academic year :( CCSC will end for the Summer Break at 13:05 on Friday 20th July
Monday 16th July is our annual Year 7 - 10 Certificate Evening where we celebrate the achievement of our pupils in thier individual subjects and award prizes to those who have seriously impressed us all this year. And embarassing photos are taken.
“I wish my school days could have dragged on a little longer, or that I could go back and do it later in life”.
“High school is what kind of grows you into the person you are. I have great memories, good and bad, some learning experiences and some that I'll take with me the rest of my life”.
“What I remember most about high school are the memories I created with my friends”.
J. J. Watt