CCSC Y11 Football Squad: Champions "Under The Stars"
The boys Y11 football team won a tense final at Newcastle Town against Wolstanton 4-0 to be crowned Champions Under The Stars! Click to read the match commentary, watch the highlights and find out who was Man of the Match...
Book Club's Christmas Gifts
Bookworms made an appearance this Christmas at CCSC Library and gave lucky staff members a book of their own for Christmas! Click to read more and see the pics...
School Maths Leaders Teach Primary Pupils
The maths department and pupil leaders went to Chesterton Primary to teach them how to make some interesting Christmas shapes and have a go at a couple of other exciting activities! This article was written but two of our pupils, Holly and Kayleigh - click to read all about it...
Community Concert Is A Hit
Chesterton Community Sports College and the local Primary Schools joined together once more to perform a concert to celebrate the ‘Music of the Movies’. The sellout event featured music, readings, drama and dance and celebrated famous music from some of our favourite films. Click to see all the pics!
Guess the Staff Santa!
Santa has been disguised as many of our teachers this year. Log onto show my homework to see how many teachers you can work out! There will be a prize for the person with the most correct answers. Deadline : Friday 15th December. Please submit your answers on SMHW or to Mrs Edbrooke in person. Clcik to download the quiz!
CCSC Launches Prom 2018
The Year 11 prom has been launched and will take place on Friday 29th June 2018 at Wychwood Park Club House! A £5 deposit is needed to secure a place by Monday 18th December 2017 - click the image to download further details.
Girls Football Week
Miss Grocott celebrates Girls Football Week with a series of events including a Lionesses quiz, football club, Women’s Super League activity packs and intra house futsal! Click to see the pics and read all about it....
Treasure Island: A Gold Standard Performance!
On Thursday 23rd November, 140 Year 7 pupils found themselves cast aboard the infamous Hispaniola, a ship rife with pirates, sword fights and the memories of Captain Flint himself. Fear not though! In reality their feet were firmly on dry land at the New Vic Theatre's latest stage production of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel ‘Treasure Island’
NHS Careers Event for Health and Social
Health and Social pupils took part in a range of activities to grasp an understanding of the career and what it involves. Some of the practice activities involved taking blood, and assisting the birth of a baby. Click to find out more!
Parliament Visit 2017
Pupils from Chesterton Community Sports College met Local MP Paul Farrelly at the Houses of Parliament in London! Click to read all about it
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!
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 the Year 9 Exam Week!
Good luck to all of Year 9 and we wish you all the best of success. Be the best you can be, work hard and get the result you deserve in these important assessments,
“The Holocaust illustrates the consequences of prejudice, racism and stereotyping on a society. It forces us to examine the responsibilities of citizenship and confront the powerful ramifications of indifference and inaction”.
“To me, the Holocaust stands alone as the most horrible human event in modern civilization”.
Mr R Swindells BA (Hons)
Mrs S Waterhouse BA (Hons)