Cannock Chase High School
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
About Cannock Chase High School
Cannock Chase High School is a vibrant and ambitious learning community with a relentless focus on the highest standards of academic achievement, personal development and equality of opportunity. In everything we do, we are dedicated to reaching our school goal – ‘Achievement for All’. We were recently judged as a 'good' school by Ofsted and the behaviour of our students was described as 'exemplary.'
Our school has a positive ethos, with strong pastoral and academic guidance and a real emphasis on learning. As a school, we focus on improving our collective best, team Cannock Chase High School, and our individual best. All students are aware of their potential and that achievement is without limit if they combine effort, hard work and dedication to being the best in everything they do. We believe that it is a happy, safe and enjoyable place to be with a purposeful atmosphere, and that the learning environment we provide allows students to grow and develop academically, socially and personally into responsible, caring and confident young people. We are a traditional school where old fashioned values of discipline, courtesy and good manners support our drive for academic success in every child. We aim to achieve the very best results from every single student academically, and prepare them for the world of work.
Underpinning everything we do at Cannock Chase High School are our values that we expect all members of our community to demonstrate in all that they do:
Integrity - Doing the right thing, all the time, and respecting each other.
Teamwork - Working together to improve our collective best, as well as our individual best.
Responsibility - Taking responsibility for our actions.
Excellence - Being the best we can be in all we do.
Resilience - Overcoming challenges, remaining focused and working hard.
The curriculum is rich and ensures that there is wide and varied provision in the arts and in sport supported through a wide range of extra-curricular activities.- Ofsted (2018)
Pupils’ behaviour in lessons is exemplary. Their attitudes to work are consistently positive. They listen well to teachers and work hard in lessons. They show great enthusiasm for the curriculum offered to them.- Ofsted (2018)