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Collection of examination results

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Those who have taken exams may collect their GCSE results as follows: Thursday 24th August,  9:00am – 11:00am   Results will be posted to any students who cannot collect them.  If a student wishes another person, other than their parents, to collect their results, they will need to give that person a signed note to […]

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Arrangements for the start of the Academic Year

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Arrangements for the start of the Academic Year 2017/2018 We hope you all had a restful summer break. The start of the new academic year arrangements are as follows: Friday 1 September: INSET DAY – No students are to attend school. Monday 4 September: Year 7 and 11 in school at 8:25 am Year 8, 9 […]

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Chessington Community Coffee Morning

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Parents, students and staff enjoyed a community coffee morning on 10th July and raised money for the Love Kingston Charity. There was a wonderful raffle and great music by the school choir as well as a static bike challenge!  

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The Chessington LAFTAs

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A wonderful evening to celebrate creativity at Chessington Community College. A total of 40 ‘LAFTAs’ were awarded during a ceremony which showed parents, staff and students a selection of work in a wide range of subjects.  

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Google Expeditions

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On Thursday, students from Chessington accessed learning through an immersive, and stunning, virtual reality experience.  We were fortunate to be joined by an engineer, from Google Expeditions, who supported staff to take students on various excursions to locations that many only witness on television or film. Expeditions included scuba diving with sharks, treks through the […]

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