Exceptional GCSE results 2016

26th August 2016

Our students have achieved the expected outstanding results with 88.50% A*A, 54.82% A*, some of the very best results achieved at CCHS.  These results will stand as a firm foundation for successful study at A Level in our Sixth Form.  Congratulations to the students and their teachers! Exceptional results were achieved by:  Olivia Wheeler who…

Girls achieve outstanding A Level Results 2016

18th August 2016

Chelmsford County High School for Girls celebrates another year of outstanding examination results, both in the International Baccalaureate and at A2. In the IB 83% of the grades awarded were the top grades of 7/6/5, reflecting all the hard work of the students in studying six subjects as well as the core programme. Three students…

Year 13

31st May 2016

Year 13 spent a great, but emotional last few days before they started their Study Leave on Thursday afternoon and we wish them well in their forthcoming examinations.  

Junior Speech Day – June 2015

17th May 2016

By Nancy Rowe, Former Student Wow. What an amazing room of high achievers I see before me. Each and every one of you, regardless of whether or not you received an award today, should be proud of what a fantastic year you’ve had, and how hard you have worked. Congratulations to those of you that…

Schoolgirl stands out from the crowd to win public speaking competition

7th April 2016

A TEENAGER has been presented with a prestigious award after winning a public speaking competition. Caitlin Farrell, from Chelmsford County High School for Girls scooped the top prize in the Central Essex Regional Final of the Jack Petchey Speak Out challenge. The youngster impressed the judges with her winning speech Fireflies, fighting off competition from…

How does CCHS celebrate British Values?

7th April 2016

Here at CCHS, we not only embrace British values, but truly celebrate them and encourage others to respect and enjoy them too.  We strive to work hard to improve ourselves, our community and beyond – never forgetting our place in the diverse and globalised society in which we live. As a school, we love to…

Senior Prefect and House Official Training Morning

4th March 2016

To prepare for the year ahead the new Senior Prefects and House Officials undertook a training morning at the Old Chelmsfordians on Friday 23rd January. Students took part in sessions on leadership, public speaking, chairing a meeting and minute-taking were all designed to help prepare them for their new roles. Senior Prefects and House Officials…

BBC News – Four universities join elite Russell Group

4th March 2016

Four more universities are joining the Russell Group of leading universities – Durham, Exeter, Queen Mary, University of London, and York. The Russell Group represents some of the most prestigious universities in the UK – and will now have 24 members. Read the full story on the BBC News.