CHS Parent Association

Welcome to the Chertsey High School Association page!

CHSPA

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Our mission is to advance the education of the pupils of the school by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for education, not normally provided by the local education authority. We will do this by hosting a number of fundraising events throughout the year. The CHSA needs your support to ensure that we are able to do this. All parents, carers, guardians and staff are automatically members of CHSA.

The Committee

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Chair 

Tracy Adams - Regnerus

 

Vice-Chair 

Sam Griffiths

Treasurer

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Ian Gardner

 

 

Vice Treasurer 

Ruth Pender

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Secretary 

Leigh-Anne Dimech 

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Staff Link Member 

Mrs Marques

 

The Committee Members

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Amanda Morgan

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Mervi Tharani

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Ali Leahy

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Natasha Porter

 

 

Kayleigh Slatter

 

 

Warren Busch

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Ann Long 

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Helen Gardner

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Emma Bell

 

We believe that many hands do make light work! Please support us in our quest to raise funds for our school - while we have fun getting to know each other and grow as a CHS community.

Please Click Here To Contact Us About Any Enquiries

 

Through our fundraising, our mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for education, not normally provided by the local education authority.

We do this by hosting fund raising events throughout the year. Events in the past have included quiz nights, cake sales, tuckshop, summer fair, year 7 welcome disco and more.

 

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- Nov 23
Lucinda Powell in conjunction with Opogo Education will be hosting a FREE Q&A with Mrs Munnik as well as other Mental Health Leads on best mental health and wellbeing practice. Do join us next week: https://t.co/UIG5omtP8J
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Chertsey High Geography Department @CHSGeographyDep - Nov 22
Did you know that Antarctic a is the largest desert in the world? Did you realize that 90% of the world’s population lives in the northern hemisphere? Or that the Himalayan mountains are growing? #curiousabouttheworldwelivein #geography @ChertseyHigh
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Chertsey High School Year 10 @10Chertsey - Nov 22
Theme of the week is Community. Having a sense of community unites us. This can make us feel as though we are part of something greater than ourselves. It can give us opportunities to connect with people, reach our goals, and makes us feel safe and secure. @ChertseyHigh
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- Nov 22
The weather might not be great and you may be working hard, but increasing your physical activity will do wonders for for your health both mentally and physically! #wellbeing @ChertseyHighPe #physicalactivity #sport #COVID19 https://t.co/GBQuDsipEx
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CHS Performing Arts @ChertseyHigh_PA - Nov 22
“Mistakes are what it’s about, you know?” Brian May: Killer Queen solo anyone? - 27 March 2020 https://t.co/Tk2PyfBVFE via @YouTube
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- Nov 22
Thank you Runnymede Borough Council for putting some sparkle back into our lives! @runnymede 🎄 ❇️ @RunnymedeBC https://t.co/MphQcWEKRE
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CHS Maths Department @ChertseyHSMaths - Nov 22
Parabolas and quadratic equations were a big part one Year 10 class’ week. From engineering in local landmarks to plotting .. @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/Z8Z4AnUTr4
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- Nov 22
This is how you can protect yourself from COVID-19 https://t.co/GBZ6rUodjm
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- Nov 22
Calling all CHS students! Sneak preview - You could get out and rack up some points for your house today! Competition starts this week with full details in tutor time... 🚴 🏆 https://t.co/OHSg2Xt6aO
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- Nov 21
https://t.co/t7c1svTEI7 @ChertseyHighSci https://t.co/n6Kw6RhN1X
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Runnymede Council @RunnymedeBC - Nov 21
The Coronavirus rate in Runnymede is in the top three in Surrrey and rising. Stay safe – stay at home if you can. https://t.co/agn2qbCt1x
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- Nov 21
Theme of the week for week beginning 23rd November: Community #Chertsey #Community https://t.co/m3Y3035db4
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