Young Carers Angel Award

Surrey Young Carers Angel Award December 2019 Update    Angel Award Badge for Websites (1)

Chertsey High School is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Young Carers Angel Award by Surrey County Council. We would like to thank the staff and young carers who have been working towards this award since March 2019. The award recognises the excellent practice and support provided by Chertsey High School through our pastoral system and our Wellbeing team. It also recognises that we have created a culture of acceptance, understanding and support for all our young carers from the beginning of year 7. Our half-termly meetings are an opportunity to meet as a group, talk about any worries, and plan our first group trip in the New Year!

White Lodge Centre for Diasbility

White Lodge Centre for Diasbility - Chertsey

White Lodge Centre supports disabled children, young people and adults, families and carers in Surrey and the surrounding areas. This is achieved by providing high quality, innovative and individually planned services.  We are proud to have a close relationship with White Lodge and the students at Chertsey High School carry out fundraising and awareness activities throughout the year to support them.


For further information about the work that they do, please visit their website:

Teach South East



We are proud to be a Partner school of Teach SouthEast, an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) provider. Through the Partnership, a high quality, bespoke School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme is delivered for aspiring secondary school teachers across the South East of England.

Led by two ‘outstanding’ schools, Salesian School in Chertsey and SJB in Woking, who, alongside us, are passionate about training and developing the outstanding teachers of tomorrow. SJB and Salesian are partners in the Surrey Teaching Schools Network (STSN) which has been licensed to deliver the National College Leadership Programmes. Jointly, they take a lead on the professional development of teachers, support staff and future leaders.

High-quality training enables all trainees to develop into confident and competent professionals. Trainees are well prepared through first-rate, complementary placements which ensure that they gain substantial practical experience, developing their evaluative and practical teaching skills effectively. This is within a Home school placement, four days a week, with the fifth day spent receiving General Professional Studies and subject specific training. In-school expert mentors and external subject trainers have consistently high expectations and work collaboratively to ensure training is coherent and highly relevant to the needs of trainees. Interested applicants should follow this link:

YES Futures

We work in partnership with Yes Futures to give our

students a head-start in life beyond school. 


YES Futures is a multi-award winning education charity founded and run by teachers. The Yes Futures charity works with 8 - 18 year olds in schools across the South East. Through tailored extra-curricular personal development programmes, Yes Futures empowers young people to make ambitious choices and realise their potential. To read more about the programme please visit our Yes Futures page.

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