Science Revision for Year 11
Colleges and Careers at CCSC
Our annual Colleges and Careers Evening was a hot with many local businesses and colleges attending after a week of placements for Year 11 - click to see who attended and see all the pics from the week!
Congratulations to Our New Science Leaders!
The CCSC Science Department has appointed new Science Leaders to promote the subject and bring the latest science news to the department! Click to read more and read all about it!
Did You Choose Us?
Open Day 2017 was a huge success this year, with visitors from Hempstalls, St Margaret's, Sun Academy, Crackley Bank, St Chad's, Churchfields, Bursley, Springhead and Chesterton Primary Schools! Click to see the video!
175 CCSC Pupils Get Their "Wonderland" Stories Published in Young Writers Competition!
Pupils at CCSC entered the Young Writers Competition this year and we had 175 published entries from 18,000 entries! A massive well done, click for more details and to find out what the prizes were...
Girl's Football Week 2017
Monday Lunch – Women & Girls Football Quiz [Room 24]
Tuesday After-school 3pm to 4pm – Girls football training (Open to all years and newcomers are welcome)[Astro]
Thursday Lunch – Womens football activity packs [Room 24]
Friday Lunch – Girls Intra house futsal (just arrive by 1:15pm to take part) [Sportshall]
Pupil Talent at Chesterton Community Sports College
Our Thought of the Week was Talent; click the image to see a small sample of our pupil's many talents and whether or not you are on there!
Netball Success at CCSC!
We are exceptionally proud of our Y10 and Y11 Netball Squads, who have had massive success in the league this season! One team came second, the other are the unbeaten champions!! Click to find out which and see the pics...
You're Never Too old for Roald Dahl!
The library and English department teamed up at CCSC to celebrate Roald Dahl Day 2017 with a selection of quizzes, films and activities. Click to see the pics and have a churgle!
CCSC Radio is Back!
CCSC Radio has resumed normal service after the Summer break! Click to listen to the latest episode from the radio crew at CCSC with a selection of new and classic hits! As always, Mrs Capper is very proud of the pupil's efforts.
Outstanding Positive Progress
CCSC are proud to say that we have a positive progress 8 score of +0.23!! Click to read more information about this fantastic result and see how we compare to other schools in the area.
Book Club Invited to St. Chad's
CCSC Book Club were invited to St. Chad's C.E Primary School this week to give an assembly to the young pupils, share readings from their favourite books and listen to St. Chad's pupils reading! Click to read, see the images and follow the Book Club Instagram...
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!
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.
A busy week for our pupils at CCSC!
- Monday 20th November is the annual London Parliament Trip.
- Wednesday 22nd November is the Health & Social Careers Trip from Periods 2 - 5.
- Thursday 23rd November is the Y10 Parent's Evening, and the KS3 New Vic Theatre English Trip!
“A problem is a chance for you to do your best”.
“Kids need time for problem solving, critical thinking, applying knowledge through project-based instruction, working in teams, falling down and getting right back up to figure out what they didn't understand and why”.
“Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines”.
Robert H. Schuller
“You have to acknowledge a problem exists before you can actually go about finding a solution”.
Mr R Swindells BA (Hons)
Mrs S Waterhouse BA (Hons)