News: Student Welfare
Police Talk Helps Keep Students Safe
In May we were visited by a team from Cheshire Police who talked with students about the issues of anti-social behaviour and knife crime.
FREE Parent and Carer Seminars
We are working with study skills provider, Elevate, and Parents and Carers can take part in three free webinars to find out more about the programmes and also how they can help their own child at home.
Year 8 Students Earn RESPECT
Congratulations to our eight Year 8 students who graduated from the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service RESPECT course in March
A Powerful and Moving Talk for Year 10
Figen Murray, mother of Martyn Hett, gave a powerful and moving talk to our Year 10 students.
Heart Screening for CHS Students
The CRY team screened 200 of our students in March to help identify any undiagnosed cardiac issues.
CHS Supports LGBT+ History Month
CHS students and staff will be supporting LGBT+ History Month in February and all the LGBT+ members of our school community all year round.
Students STOP to think
Students took part in a PSHE STOP Morning at the beginning of February and enjoyed a variety of presentations from external expert speakers and CHS staff.
Taking our Body Positivity Message to the House of Lords
Mrs Bates, Hannah B and NIna W represented our Body Positivity Group at a 'Recognising Body Image' reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 12th July.
A Helping Paw
Throughout June and July, the Autism Dogs Charity team - including Anook, the Alaskan Malamute and Henry, the Italian Spinone - are visiting CHS to work with a group of selected students.
Great Pride in our School Community
On Wednesday 29th June, our LGBTQ+ Ambassadors are holding putting the fun in fundraising with their Pride Stall event on behalf of Congleton Pride and Switchboard LGBTQ+ helpline.
A Sports Day First
For the first time ever, along with our traditional Sports Day, we will also be holding an Alternative Sports Day to enable students who are not keen on sports or just like to exercise their brains to compete in their form group teams.
Achieving Success Together
Two of our Year 12 students, Leah F and Rebecca J, put together a 'Mental Health and Exam Stress' assembly to help our KS3 students successfully navigate their end of year exams.
Year 8 Students Earn Respect
We were very proud to watch the Mayor of Congleton present our eight Year 8 students with their Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Respect Course graduation certificates in April.
Week Three of Year 8's Respect Course
Our Year 8 students are in the third week of the Fire Service Respect Course and their skills and confidence continue to grow.
Our focus for Children’s Mental Health Week in February was ‘Healthy Relationships’ and we used this theme throughout assemblies and our STOP Morning that week.
Achieve Your Own Everest
We were delighted to welcome Alex Staniforth in to school in January to speak with our students in Years 8, 9, 10 and 11 about overcoming adversity and how they can recognise and draw on their own own self-reliance and bounce-back ability.