Student LifeJuly 15th, 2021
Worthing Gang Show Wants You!Worthing Scouts and Guides are pleased to announce that the Worthing Gang Show will be back for 2022 and it wants as many cubs, brownies, scouts and guides as possible to be part of it!
The Worthing Gang Show has an amazing history going back to the 1960’s. It has helped thousands of young people improve confidence, learn performance skills and above all have a brilliant time doing the show.
June 1st, 2021
Young people in Adur and Worthing urged to Kickstart their employment opportunitiesYoung people looking for exciting employment opportunities have been given the chance to discover more about the Kickstart programme during a series of dedicated drop-in sessions.
Adur & Worthing Councils have been recognised by JobCentre Plus as a leading gateway provider for Kickstart opportunities in the area.
August 20th, 2020
Another year of outstanding results for Chatsmore Catholic High SchoolStudents, staff and parents are celebrating another year of fantastic GCSE results at Chatsmore Catholic High School, soon to be St Oscar Romero Catholic School.
In light of the extraordinary year, with grades being based on teacher assessment, schools in the Worthing area have agreed not to publish individual results. However, the school is delighted that for the third year in a row, the school has achieved record results, surpassing all previous attainment for prior years and confirming our continued upward trend of GCSE performance.
Stand out performances of individual students include;
Silas Turner, who achieved 8 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 3 grade 7s
Kathryn Rimmer - 6 grade 9s, 3 grade 8s, 1 grade 6 and 1 grade 5
Millie White - 7 grade 9s, 1 grade 8 and 2 grade 7s
Evelyn Winton – 4 grade 9s, 2 grade 8s, 3 grade 7s and 1 grade 6
N Paulauskas – 5 grade 9s, 4 grade 8s and 3 grade 7s
Headteacher, Mr Byrne said: “I could not be prouder of our Year 11 leavers. Despite the challenges of the pandemic our students remained focused and always gave their best. The results they have achieved reflect their hard work and have broken all previous records. It has been fantastic to see a record number of students achieve the highest grades of 7s, 8s and 9s.
Millie White – “I’m extremely grateful to the staff at Chatsmore for all their hard work and effort over the years that has allowed me to achieve my grades and I am incredibly thankful for all the opportunities this school has opened up for me.”
Silas Turner “I'm very proud of my results and I am excited for the future. I worked very hard for my mock exams and I am so happy that my final grades reflects all the hard work I put in for my GCSE's."
Zane Cooledge “After a long time of waiting and worry I believe that results day brought a pleasant surprise to many students, seeing everyone so pleased with the results they got showed how hard work paid off, and the teachers response was truly warming and welcoming to everyone”
Katie Cox ““Although it has been a strange year with unusual circumstances I am delighted with my results. I feel that all my hard has been recognised despite not being able to sit the exams“
Mr Byrne added: “I would like to thank our incredible staff, both teaching and non-teaching, for everything they did to support our students in achieving such excellent results. Thanks also to our wonderful parents who play such a vital role in supporting the success of their child.”
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June 11th, 2020
EYE announce their 1st Virtual Eco-Summit on the 2nd July, at 10:00A message from The E.Y.E. Project (Eco, Young & Engaged) to all Eco-Leaners and Eco-warriors, aged 5 to 16 years.
EYE are proud to announce our 1st Virtual Eco-Summit on the 2nd July, at 10:00
In these challenging times of social distancing, E.Y.E.’s scheduled large gathering of school learners at the 13th Worthing& Adur Eco-Summit on the 2nd of July has had to take on a different approach, seizing the opportunity to go virtual.
The Eco-Summit is viewed as a highlight to all school eco-committees across the Worthing & Adur area. Historically we invite participants through school eco-leads, hosting over 200 school pupils aged 5-16 from across the Worthing & Adur area. Coming together for a day of fun whilst learning about the preservation of our environment through eco themed workshops and activities. Emphasising the role young people have towards a more sustainable way of life. Empowering their green journey and future actions.
Not to disappoint schools and children that had already registered, we are able to offer this exciting and experimental Eco-Summit approach to our wider interest groups; including those currently learning from home.
E.Y.E. have selected from our network of nationally recognised environmentalist groups, a range of eco themed workshops. Supporting us at this event are; Sussex wildlife Trust, Sustrans, Marine Conservation Society, Sussex Green Living, Worthing Food Pioneers, Shoreham Port, South Downs National Park and Worthing Honey Collective.
Including a special opening message from Nicola Peel (Environmentalist campaigner) all the way from her lockdown in Los Cedros Biological Reserve- Andean cloud forest of the Choco region of Ecuador.
In these times of pausing and observing the wonders of our recovering environment, we hope you attended our event and take inspirational action. The imminent period of relaxing social restrictions and when the word lockdown is in the past, we would recommend that the ‘getting back to normal’ translates into eco actions for giving ourselves a ‘fresh start’ regarding everyone’s impact upon our one and only planet.
Celebrate our ongoing challenge to provide Eco-leaner as part of the mainstream curriculum, by participating in our 1st Virtual Eco-Summit, 2nd July 10:00.
or visit our website for more details of the exciting event’s workshop line up
Hope to see you there... Come and make your eco pledge for our future....
If you would like to get in touch please email Kate the project manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
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