Our aim is to provide our students with a great foundation for the future, whilst retaining the friendly, supportive and inclusive ethos that has always made this school special.
We are proud of the work we have done over the last two years in challenging and uncertain times. Our year 11 leavers this year got the great results that they deserved and moved on seamlessly to post-16 education or apprenticeships. Once again, their results were well above the national average.
We are now looking ahead to more normal times. Our new year 7 students have made a great start in their new school, and we are already planning to recruit the next cohort of Chapel High students for September 2022. If you are choosing a school for your child in year 6, or if you are thinking ahead to future years, please take a look at our admissions page here and our school prospectus here. You may also like to follow us on Twitter, or on Facebook to learn more about the school. Please use the links at the bottom of this page.
This year we will be running Open Days on Tuesday 5th October and Wednesday 6th October 2021. Each day has a morning (9.30am) and afternoon (1.30pm) session. If you come to an Open Day, you will tour the school with the headteacher or another senior member of staff. You will have the chance to see the school on a normal school day and to ask any questions that you might have.
Our Open Evening is on Tuesday 5th October 2021 starting at 6.30pm and finishing at 8.30pm. The headteacher will be giving talks to parents and students during the evening. Parents and students can tour the school, see the work that we do, talk to students and teachers and ask questions.
Open Days and Open Evenings are open to parents of children in year 5 and year 6. Your child is very welcome to join you at either event.
You do not need to book a place at these events.
If you would like to learn more about our work, would like to visit our school, or if you would like a copy of any of the content of our website in an alternative format, please contact us.
Simon Grieves, Headteacher.