Sixth Form News
Last week we interviewed 10 very strong candidates for our 6th Form Head Boy and Head Girl.
It was an extremely difficult decision as to who should be appointed to the role as each of the candidates had unique strengths.
We would, therefore, like to congratulate:
Jasmin Quartly-Brown, Lauren Tibbets, Jasper McGarry and Ben Ducasse who have been awarded joint Head Boys and Head Girls.
Congratulations to all who applied for the position.
The remaining candidates have each been given individual roles that are linked to the Sixth Form council.
Our 6th Form Fashion show 2017
Year 13 Leavers' Tea
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Chichester High Schools Sixth Form held their annual celebration for the Year 13 students who are leaving this year after their A Level exams.
The afternoon began with a drinks reception in the Sixth Form Centre followed by afternoon tea at the Vicar’s Hall, Chichester Cathedral. It was a chance to say goodbye and good luck to all the students and was attended by Head Teachers, Teachers, and Governors from both CHSB and CHSG.
There were awards and presentations to students and we were pleased to welcome representatives from our chosen charities to receive cheques for the money raised this year. The charities were St Wilfrid’s Hospice, Chestnut Tree House, Help for Heroes, St Trizah and the Walk Centre, New Hope Children’s Charity and Send a Cow.
The afternoon drew to a close with the signing of leavers’ books along with lots of laughter and tears!
We wish all our students good luck with their exams and with their successful futures!
6th Form Fashion Show video
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John Blanding and Oli Dixon
Congratulations to John Blanding (left) who has received an unconditional offer to Roehampton University to study Classical Civilisation and Philosophy.
Congratulations to Oliver Dixon has gained an academic and tennis scholarship with Emporia State University in Kansas, USA where he will study for 4 years.
Selected for the GB Alpine Skiing 2016 Youth Olympics in Lillehammer
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Click here for the Chichester Observer report
Congratulations to 6th Form students
Georgia Barber, Mia Edwards and Stella Swain
who have been offered places at
Pictured left to right,
Georgia will read Classics,
Mia will read Human Social & Political Science (HSPS)
Stella will read English.
Hollie Olding is off to LA!
Click on the picture to see what Hollie has been selected for!
CONGRATULATIONS from CHS!
Click on the picture below to read about the successful game against France.
Click on Yasmin's picture to see a video of her 'doing her thing!'
Congratulations to Year 12 student Emily Wyatt
Emily bravely decided to participate in a skydive for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation as her Grandmother had passed away of Lung Cancer in June of this year.
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is the only charity in the UK wholly dedicated to defeating lung cancer, despite the fact that it is the biggest cancer killer in the UK.
In lead up to her skydive, Emily collected sponsors, organised a raffle, held a cake sale and asked the school if they could hold a non-school uniform day.
Thank you to everyone who donated and help her reach her total, an amazing amount of £2003.38!
Emily said that she really enjoyed the skydive and hopes to do even more fundraising in the future.
Congratulations from the Chichester High School community.
Congratulations to our 6th Formers who are in the Chichester High School
CHELSEA ACADEMY who won against Hove Park.
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Congratulations to HOLLIE OLDING
Congratulations to HOLLIE OLDING who has just returned from the UEFA under-17 football qualifying games in Estonia where she played in all three England group matches.
Hollie even scored her debut England goal against Estonia.
England were top of their group and have qualified for the elite round to be held in Belarus in May 2016.
Congratulations to Chichester High School Sixth Form student, Yasmin Cooper who has been selected for the British Ski and Snowboard development group for the
Yasmin has also been chosen by the sport's English governing body Snowsport England to become a national ambassador for the sport.
Yasmin was selected to the initial screening for the squad earlier this year and has now completed fitness tests and workshops and has passed to gain her position following race performance in 2014-15.
Completing her first season in FIS as an under-18 junior, she finished the season by taking the Delancey British alpine under-18 overall champion title. She has now been chosen to spread the word about snowsports and try to help encourage more people to start skiing and snowboarding.
She has been chosen to champion snowsport in England, spreading the word about its excitement as well as fitness and skills.
Yasmin said, "I feel very privileged to have been selected to the BSS development programme, a tough process which was one of my goals for this year."
Tim Fawke, chief executive of Snowsport England, added, "Yasmin has worked hard to reach this stage and we look forward to see her progressing, we are delighted to invite her to be an ambassador to encourage young people to experience Snowsport here in England.
For more information about Snowsport England visit the websitewww.snowsportengland.org.uk