Old Wac Lockdown Tips

We asked our Old Waconians for their lockdown recommendations. From recipe ideas to working from home advice, you will be able to find lots of useful tips here! If you’d like to submit any tips or recommendations, please email er@chschool.co.uk. These tips came from Steve […]

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Look Around

Welcome to week 4 of the Head’s blog. Here you will find weekly message from the Head and a new playlist to enjoy. During the course of the last week or so, I have dusted off my bike and started to use it for my […]

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Surving self-isolation as a teen

Year 11 were challenged to write a ‘how to’ guide on surviving self-isolation for teens. NHS COVID Director of Behaviour Change has asked for a copy of the best pieces for his team’s research and says “The ideas from them will even feed in to discussions with […]

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Sodexo Recipes

As we all are missing CHS School dinners, Sodexo are sharing some of their delicious recipes. Here you will be able to find all of the recipes in one place. We will be updating this post each time Sodexo share a new recipe with us. […]

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Keep on keeping on

The Head’s blog is back. Each week the Head is writing a new post and giving you some music recommendations for you to enjoy. As we return to school for the start of the Summer Term, I thought it would be worth spending a little […]

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Developing Languages Remotely

CHS Head of Languages, Mr Wilson offers his advice to students so they can continue to develop their languages while home. As well as completing the work set to the best of their ability, students may consider some of the following… Watch a film or […]

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Who Are You?

Welcome back to the Head’s blog. Here is the second post: So, with the end of week one of our new ways of working and living, what have we learnt? Joe Wicks is clearly at a loose end after Strictly, and has ambitions to teach, […]

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Homeward Bound

Welcome to The Head’s weekly blog. Each week Mr Neil Smith will be writing a blog post for you to enjoy. This week’s theme is music. Over the course of the next few weeks, when most members of the School are going about their business […]

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Charities Update – Autumn Term 2019

By Caroline Dunn, Deputy Head – Admissions, Service and Partnerships  I want to thank all our students and parents for all of your support for the charitable and altruistic work that we have done during the Autumn Term and to share some of the highlights […]

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Independent Enquiry at CHS

The word ‘learn’ comes from the old English term lore, as in farming lore, which literally means ‘instruction’ and refers to a body of traditions and knowledge of a subject, in this case farming.