Theology Pupils Get Sent to the Dungeons!
Miss Owen and Ms Flavell's first ever Theology Residential Trip to London saw the year 10 GCSE Theology group visit Westminster Abbey, London Central Mosque, The London Dungeons, Pizza Express and Covent Garden! Click to see the pics and find out more...
PE Success at CCSC
Our PE Department has recently had a whole bunch of successes, across all Year Groups at local and County Competitions. Click to find out about the amazing achievement of our basketball team, and the KS3 Indoor Athletics...
New Vic Trip Theatre Visit: Wind In The Willows!
On Tuesday 27th November, 150 Year 7 pupils found themselves thrown into a world of talking toads, power-hungry foxes and worrisome otters! The pupils were treated to a magnificent performance of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ at the New Vic theatre - click to read all about it!
Primary Concert 2018
CCSC and the local Primary Schools presented 'A Concert of Remembrance' once again on the 23rd November. The sellout concert featured music, poetry and drama and honoured the war heroes of WW1 and WW2, especially those local to the North Staffordshire area. Click to read about each school's performance and see the pics!
Parliament Visit 2018
On 14th November 2018 pupils from Chesterton Community Sports College School Council and School Leaders, plus staff traveled by Virgin train to London to meet our local MP, Mr Paul Farrelly at the Houses of Parliament. Click to read about the day and see the pics
Nadine Tomkinson Executes Cross-Country Masterclass
Nadine Tomkinson (Y11) has completed a clean sweep of gold medals during the Newcastle Schools’ Cross-Country season, following a successful year in which she went on to represent Staffordshire at the All England Schools’ National competition in Leeds! Click to read all about it!
Only Fools and Horses
After reading Louis Sachar's 'Holes', 9-1 English have been pitching wacky and wonderful inventions to the class as part of Speaking and Listening. Click to read more and see the pics...
Consistent Success at CCSC!
Once again celebrating success in many areas! Year on year, Chesterton Community Sports College have celebrated excellent results and this year is no exception. Once again, we are proud to say that pupils have exceeded all expectations this summer. Click to find out more!
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!
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.
Thursday 28th March: Year 8 Ebacc Parents Evening
Friday 29th March: Year 10 Food Trip
“Inspiration comes from within yourself. One has to be positive. When you're positive, good things happen”.
“Inspiration is one thing and you can't control it, but hard work is what keeps the ship moving. Good luck means, work hard. Keep up the good work”.
“For me, a life without expectation results in a life with inspiration”.
Mr R Swindells BA (Hons)
Mrs S Waterhouse BA (Hons)