CCSC Launches 'Career Ready' Program
Today saw the start of the 'Career Ready' Mentor Programme with some of our Year 10 pupils, who have been allocated a mentor who will work with them on confidence and basic skills to get them prepared for their Post 16 journey! Click to read more!
Which Animal Are You?
Pupils and teachers have completed the iCould Animal Quiz this week and found out what personality type they are! Are you a Koala, a Cat or a Falcon? Which teacher do you match? Click and find out!
Parent Support Evening 2019
CCSC is holding a parent support evening on Thursday 3rd October 6pm – 7pm that will provide information and support for Parent Portal, Show My Homework and Independent Learning. Confirm attendance via text (with child name and year) or respond to our event on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!
Ski Trip 2020
Last year 35 of our pupils took part in a skiing holiday! It was a fantastic experience that has led pupils and parents to ask, “Will you run another trip?” Well the answer is YES and we now need to know how many pupils would like to go. Click for more details, places are limited!
We Have So Many Extra-Curricular Clubs!
CCSC hosts many free, educational and exciting extra-curricular clubs for all pupils, interests and abilities, as well as booster sessions for KS4 pupils - both at lunchtime and after school! Click to find something that suits you!
Open Evening 2019 at CCSC!
Come and join us on Thursday 19th September for our 2019 Open Evening! Tours are available at your convenience!
CCSC English Launches New Vic Theatre Trip!
The annual Year 7 trip to the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme has been arranged to watch ‘The Prince and the Pauper’ on Wednesday 27th November at 10:30am. This promises to be an exciting and memorable production for pupils, click to find out more!
Some dates for Summer
- Thursday 22nd August: GCSE Results Day 9:00am - 11:30am
- Wednesday 4th September: School Term starts at 8:20am
Click the link for all the holiday dates for the upcoming academic 2019/2020 year. Have a safe and happy break!
Into the Woods was a Tremendous Success!
Read all the rave reviews of CCSC's production of Into the Woods and see the best of the cast photos by clicking here!
CCSC Pupils Make a Fortune at Keele Stock Exchange
Students were challenged with making money by buying and selling shares at a stock market simulation competition at Keele University! Click to find out where we came and whether Mr Powell is now a millionaire...
Year 7 Gain Record-Breaking Numbers of Event Logs!
A massive well done to all of our Year 7 pupils, particularly those who have earned their Gold Star badge for achieving over 150 Event Logs! Click to see the whole picture and read more!
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...
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.
Monday 18th November - Year 9 Recap Week Begins
Thursday 21st November - Year 10 Parents Evening 3:15 - 7:45
Friday 22nd November - KS4 Art Trip
Parents Evening appointments can be made in advance, adn we operate an open door policy so that you can visit any teacher on the night. We look forward to seeing you all to report on your child's progress, targets and to listen to any feedback you may have.
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