We were delighted to welcome Year 6 pupils from primary schools in and around Congleton to our 10th Anniversary Cultural Diversity Day in September.
Parents and carers will receive information and login details to enable them to register for SIMS and satchel:one.
We were very proud to learn that CHS Alumna, Emily Hepting, is now a Junior Doctor at Royal Stoke Hospital.
Year 10 student, Fern L, who managed to win three British Clay Pigeon Shooting Titles in a single week in August!
We can't wait to see the Congleton Players' production of The Railway Children, featuring CHS students past and present.
Elevate Education are running a series of free webinars designed to help parents and carers support their child and reinforce the skills they are learning in school.
There was a wonderful buzz in the main hall at Congleton High School on August 24th as students arrived to collect their Year 11 exam grades. Students, parents, carers and staff were delighted to gather together to celebrate the great results.
Megan Beech achieved fantastic A*/A/A grades at A Level but couldn't attend results day as she was busy moving across the world to take up a place on degree course in the USA.
Kate Oakley has deferred her place to study Sport and Exercise Science at Brighton University to take up a contract with Lewes FC Women's team
After she collected her A Level results in August, Phoebe Jennings got the chance to chat with Gary Neville about her reasons for choosing to study at UA92.
Students and staff at Congleton High School are celebrating a strong set of A Level results again this year, which have enabled the majority of the cohort to progress on to their first choice university, apprenticeship and employment destinations.
Oscar dV achieved a personal best time and first place in the 200m Butterfly final at the English National Championships in August.