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Sport

CHS has a long experience of success in PE and we offer a varied and exciting extra-curricular programme.  There are many opportunities to develop skills at a higher level by representing the school in most sports as well as being coached for District and County trials.  Every year we have teams which are local and wider area champions.   We strongly believe that being a member of a school team is a valuable experience. The last academic year was hugely successful for the Physical Education curriculum area at CHS. With more sports clubs and teams entered into over 100 different leagues and tournaments, school sports is really thriving. We also hold the School Games Gold Award in recognition of outstanding provision for School Sport. It is abundantly clear as a vision for the PE department that we are building a legacy of sports students who will not only be competitive in their sport, but also in life.

We operate the following PE clubs and teams: Hockey, Football, Rugby, Netball, Cross Country, Trampolining, Table Tennis, Badminton, Gymnastics, Basketball, Tennis, Athletics, Cricket and Rounders. The school also provides a variety of Leadership qualifications and opportunities to develop leadership skills in a variety of activities.  CHS students also support many primary school sport events with great success.  A wide variety of enrichment opportunities are also provided for students including sports tours, ski trips and watersports trips.

The school also has some of the best sporting facilities in Cheshire and is the home to several local sports clubs, including Congleton Rovers, Vale Juniors and South Cheshire Hockey Club.  For full details see our Community Sports section.

 

  • “Whilst at CHS I was involved in some amazing sports activities, including learning to ski, coaching extra-curricular badminton and taking part in canoeing, kayaking and windsurfing trips and outdoor team building challenges. I also completed the Junior Sports Leadership Award.” Tom Mullins, ex-student, now RAF Officer Cadet