Year 2 Ellingham students create their ceramic monsters!

Fri 5th Nov 2015

A very successful morning.

Two very excited classes painted the monsters that they had made before half term and were able to take them home. All were very proud and couldn’t wait to show them off! It was linked to their ‘creatures and monster’ project they have been working on all term at Ellingham. They designed their monsters first and transferred those skills into creating it 3d in clay. Once fired they learnt how to mix colours together to create the perfect colour for their monster. Students were quoted saying ‘When I’m older I want to come to CCC’ and “When can we come next?”

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Year 10 Work Experience Information Evening

Following a successful Year 10 work experience information evening, please click on the following link to view the presentation.

WEX Parents Info Evening 2016

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Football Friday Newsletter

Friday 6 November 2015

One of our budding young journalists has created a sporting newsletter that will be a regular here at Chessington. With a team of other Chessington writers, Cameron Smith in Year 9 will make sure that Chessington staff and students are kept well informed on sporting events, as he and his team keep their fingers on the pulse of sporting news. Well done to him and to his team. We know this will be the beginning of a great journalistic career.

Please click on the following link to view the newsletter.
View Football Friday Newsletter here

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South Korean Head Teachers visit Chessington

On Tuesday 3 November, the school hosted a visit arranged by the Ministry of Education in South Korea. This was to provide new secondary school teachers from South Korea the opportunity to gain experience from Europe’s secondary schools. One of the countries that they visited was the UK, and they asked to visit our school.

Our visitors were taken on a tour of the school, attended a presentation from Mr Ali, our Headteacher, and were given the opportunity to visit classrooms to experience lessons.

Please click on “Read more” below to view photographs of the visit.

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Sky Sports Kit Rewards Scheme

Your school has signed up for the
Sky Sports Kit Reward Scheme

How does it work? Well here at Sky we’re keen on recycling, so we’d like you to return any old equipment you have and in exchange we’ll give you some reward points. These points can then be exchanged by your school or sports club for Sky Sports kit and equipment.

Click “Read More” to view all the details.

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