Students isolating or shielding can access the work set for them on our Remote Learning webpage (under the Student Tab)

Literacy Takeover

World Book Day 2021

Here at CCHS, World Book Day is always an exciting day of celebrating authors, books and the joy of reading.  Whilst this year might be a little different, since we have been working remotely, there are still lots of fun ways to enjoy the annual celebration from home and promote the CCHS ‘love of reading’ culture. Reading for pleasure is at the heart of World Book Day. Let’s Get Reading - #getreading
We know that reading is hugely beneficial for our students’ academic achievements but we also recognise the positive impact of reading on our students’ wellbeing. Three-in-five young people said, in the first lockdown, that reading made them feel better (National Literacy Trust), which shows just how important it is to encourage children to read for pleasure.
To coincide with World Book Day, the school newsletter was 'take-over' for a World Book Day Literacy Special.... Read more here.....

Face Coverings

We have re-introduced the requirement for students to wear a face covering in all indoor social spaces and corridors throughout the school. This is a proactive measure at present in order to avoid a return to class bubbles, restricted practical lessons and segregated social spaces.
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Covid-19 Testing

IMPORTANT: Please ensure that your child continues to test at home twice weekly on Wednesday and Sunday using the Lateral Flow Device tests they are given by their form tutors.

If you have run out of LFD tests you can collect a box from reception between 9am-3pm.

Remember to log all results on the Test Register and Government websites;
any Positive cases should be reported the school.
We need to keep working together to keep each other safe.
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