Parent News

Summer Term 2020
Thursday 7th May 2020

VE Day 75

Parent News is published a day early this week due to tomorrow’s special VE Day Bank Holiday. Seventy-five years ago the country celebrated the Victory in Europe and recently the British wartime spirit has been rekindled as we all help and look out for each other during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why not enter into the 1945 spirit during the lockdown holiday?
Timetable for the day
11am - Join the Royal British Legion for a two-minute silence on your doorstep.
3pm - Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of World War 2 – “To those who gave so much, we thank you,” followed by the Winston Churchill victory speech on BBC One.
4pm - Stay at Home Street Party - tea and scones or coffee and cake on your front lawn or forecourt.
8pm - An evening of memories and music on BBC One, to honour and celebrate the Second World War generation.
9pm - The Queen's address followed by a moment of celebration and thanksgiving – take part in a UK-wide sing-a-long of Vera Lynn’s ‘We’ll Meet Again’.

In addition, this week the CCHS History Department has set our Year 7 and 8 students a challenge, as part of their Home Study, to research and design a memorial to recognise the 75th anniversary of the conclusion of WW2 in Europe. The competition closes on the 1st June, when a winner will be selected – see Show My Homework for more details.

CCHS PROUD Community


CCHS PROUD CommunityThis week we highlight another student who is fundraising for the NHS Heroes. Year 10 student Alfie is running 5km each day for seven consecutive days, wind, rain or shine! After hearing about all the hard work the NHS and frontline workers are doing every single day he wanted to do something. He is now raising money to provide for the charity that helps support them. Alfie is not a natural distance runner and over the last few weeks has built up his distance. To help Alfie to his target, please visit his JustGiving page.

Home Study - Weekly Rewards

Congratulations to the following students for winning this week’s prizes in our home study rewards scheme, drawn from the top ten learners in each subject or faculty. Each winner receives a £5 Amazon e-voucher:
Year 7: Tiffany Ball - Drama; Luca Curd - Music; Emmy Davidson - Computer Science; Josephine Huckle - Science; Lydia Jay - Textiles; Sophia Knight - Maths; Alfie Love - Spanish; Joseph Pridige - English; Savannah Samways - Technology (Food); Daisy Stow – Humanities and Wesley Tucker - Physical Education.
Year 8: Emily Bramman - Physical Education; Joe Buda - Humanities; Scarlett Crowe - Textiles; Emma Durrant - Computer Science; Harry Ellis - Maths; Lucia Frumento-Varney - Drama; Lily Greenhill - English; Benjamin Hillier - Technology (Food); Tommy Howlett - Science; Maisie Moseley - Spanish and Charlotte Sears – Music.

Key Stage 4 students have the opportunity to win one of seven prizes each week – one for each of our seven faculty areas:<
Year 9: Jamie Croll - Maths; David Dziewiecki - Science; Lacey Forrest - Vocational & Fitness; Emily Knight - English; Xenon La Foucade - Languages; Kezia Lower - Humanities and Tayla Mai Ellice - Product & Design (Art).
Year 10: Elizabeth Hammond - Science; Blade Kelly - Vocational and Fitness Faculty; Emily McCarron - Maths; Ella Measham - Humanities; Alex O’Brien - English; Ella Sears – Languages and Shannon Sherwood - Product & Design.
Congratulatory emails were again sent to each of the top ten students in each subject and faculty across the year groups - well done to them all! Keep up the hard work; you could be one of the winners over the coming weeks!

Lessons for Life – Week 2

PROUD - DiversitySpecial Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHEE) Home Study lessons have been prepared for students to work through and may be of interest to parents too, perhaps encouraging family conversations and sharing thoughts and ideas. This week’s lesson focuses on Positive Body Image. PSHEE Home Study webpage to access each lesson and accompanying material.