Curriculum Overview

Years 7 - 9

All students follow a broad and balanced curriculum which stretches and challenges but also provides the scaffolding to ensure that students reach their potential. As students progress through the Key Stage there is increasing opportunity for them to craft and personalise their curriculum, underpinned by high quality provision in the core subjects: English, and Mathematics. Throughout Year 7, 8 and 9 students also study; Modern Foreign Languages, Computing, Humanities (History, Geography, RE), a range of Technology subjects, Art, Drama, Dance, Music and PE giving them a varied and stimulating daily diet of lessons and experiences.

 

Year 10 and 11

All students follow the core curriculum and can specialise in an unrivalled range of GCSE and technical subjects. We offer a wide range of courses allowing students to follow the route most appropriate to their needs, interests or future career path. Our curriculum is rigorous and challenging; creative and inspiring; diverse and wide ranging; perfect for the vibrant and eclectic range of students we teach.

 

Details of the curriculum offer can be accessed on Subject pages.

Please Click Here To Visit Our Subject Page

 

If you require further information, please contact:

Mrs L. Goulborn
Ridley
Email Mrs Goulborn

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- Jan 20
Brilliant opportunity for all our keen photographers at CHS! 📸 💜@ArtandDTatCHS https://t.co/xMtwAhQi2x
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Bourne Education Trust @BourneTrust - Jan 20
BET embarks on comprehensive EDI listening exercise - https://t.co/hOT2jWG0t1
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CHS Maths Department @ChertseyHSMaths - Jan 20
The solution to our last UKMT problem...@ChertseyHigh https://t.co/LEptvTkU3e
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CHS Science @ChertseyHighSci - Jan 20
On of our @Year712 has really gone above and beyond measuring the speed of sound. Exceptional work! https://t.co/IQyHA98fjT
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- Jan 20
#wednesdaythought Don’t lose hope team CHS, we’ve got this! Message from Mrs Kilby 💜 @ChertseyHSMaths https://t.co/AlfXcm2z1y
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- Jan 19
Barnaby in Y8 has written this incredible rap for English- well done Barnaby, great job 👏 @ChertseyHighEng https://t.co/FvEvMu7xsh
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- Jan 19
We provide support for children eligible for free school meals through our National Voucher Scheme. You can redeem your eCode for an eGift card at the supermarkets below. If you would like to find out more about the scheme, please contact Mrs Howard. #freeschoolmeal https://t.co/cktsVzWKLQ
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Salesian School @SalesianSchool - Jan 19
Every week we will be celebrating an inspirational person. This week we have chosen Jackie Pullinger! #standingontheshouldersofgiants #oursalesiancommunity https://t.co/aGGSTWQH0B
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Chertsey High Geography Department @CHSGeographyDep - Jan 19
Where is your favourite place and why? Mrs Munnik: Cuba 🇨🇺 There’s a sort of energy about Cuba that turns every situation into something unexpected! Music 🎶 Culture; Beach 🏝 and great food - all on one place! #hiddengem @ChertseyHigh
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Chertsey High Geography Department @CHSGeographyDep - Jan 19
Where are your favourite places and why? Mrs Munnik: Montenegro 🇲🇪 There is no time to be bored in a beautiful place like this! Montenegrin coastline against the black mountain 🏔 is the most beautiful encounter between land and see. @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/1oh7VhEQse
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Chertsey High Geography Department @CHSGeographyDep - Jan 19
Year 7 today looked at how air masses can influence our weather. Does anyone remember the Big Freeze in 2010? It was due to the high pressure over the polar region, which pushed cold air out of the Arctic towards much of Northern Europe, parts of Asia and the USA. @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/OhyUXkYVPf
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Chertsey High Geography Department @CHSGeographyDep - Jan 19
Where are your favourite places and why? Miss C-S: Borneo (home to rainforests, mangrove swamps and mountain landscapes). Nepal (home to Mount Everest and incredible trekking opportunities in Himalayas). Iceland (land of fire and ice) @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/8J3O4KXeFA
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