• Sixth Formers Achieve Record Results
    Sixth Formers Achieve Record Results

    CCHSG is delighted to announce that our Sixth Formers have achieved the best set of A Level results in the history of the school. 

    26% of all grades were A*, 62% of all grades were A*/A, and 88.5% of all grades were A*/B. 18 students gained 4 or more A & A* grades and 4 students gained 5 A & A* grades.  

    Every student has passed every examination taken and has achieved a minimum of 3 Advanced Level passes. We are extremely proud of the students and thank them for their tremendous contribution to CCHSG.  We wish them every success and happiness in the future.


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  • GCSE Results 2018
    GCSE Results 2018

    Our Year 11 students have once again broken school records! We thank students, staff, governors and parents for their ongoing work and support.  90% of grades were at 9/8/7 (or A/A* equivalent), 98% of grades were at 9/8/7/6 (or A*/B equivalent) & 45% of grades were at a 9 (or A* equivalent). 72% of grades were at 9/8 (or A/A* equivalent) and 100% of students gained the equivalent of 5 grade 9-5 including English and Mathematics. We are thrilled for all our students and delighted at the opportunities that these results make available for them.


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  • The Big Build
    The Big Build

    We would like to thank everyone in the school and local community for their patience and support during our extended period of building work.   The new Sixth Form Centre with its separate entrance atrium, ICT suite, lecture theatre and common room is now in use along with the new classroom bases, one of which is our Healthy Living studio.   As the first stage of the Big Build draws to a close, from the Healthy Pupils Capital Fund we have been awarded funding to improve our swimming pool facilities – this project will include an extended 25m indoor swimming pool with changing rooms.  We are also tremendously fortunate, through our own fundraising and the generous support of parents and the PTFA, to be able to provide an additional, and much needed multi-functional hall which will incorporate the new swimming pool.  We are absolutely delighted that our students will be rewarded with first class facilities to match their outstanding achievements. 


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  • CCHSG and The Gilberd School Announce the Formation of the Multi Academy “Alpha Trust”
    CCHSG and The Gilberd School Announce the Formation of the Multi Academy “Alpha Trust”

    The Governing Board of Colchester County High School for Girls is pleased to announce that, after an extensive consultation process, we will be forming a multi academy trust (MAT) the “Alpha Trust”, working with The Gilberd School.  The Trust will also ultimately include the Trinity Free School to be built in North Colchester.

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  • CCHSG Wins Award for Exceptional Attainment and Student Progress

    The school was delighted to have received a letter from Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards, congratulating us on our Progress 8 figure 2016/2017 which places the school in the top 5% for progress.  This is a fantastic achievement given that students already enter the school achieving at a very high level.

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Saskia Clark - CCHSG’s Own Olympian

Saskia Clark, the world class Olympic Silver Medallist 470 sailor, is preparing to compete in her 3rd Olympic Games this summer in Rio. Did you know that she was a past pupil at our school?

MFL Spelling Bee Success!

Three of our Language Leaders - Theebiga Sivasatkunanathan (7E) , Diya Rolly (7H) and Ozzadeh Tajalli (7E) qualified for the semi-final in the regional MFL Spelling Bee.

Chinese New Year - Year 7 got busy recently making Chinese Dumplings as part of our Chinese New Year Celebrations.

Students enjoyed this fun activity as part of the Chinese Art and Culture Club. Any student in year 7 wishing to join the club come to F13 on Tuesday lunchtime at 12.40pm.

The GCSE Certificate Evening took place on 24 November and was very well attended. The certificates were presented by Paralympian, Wheelchair Rugby Captain (London 2012), Steve Brown. Steve Brown had an extraordinary sporting career; despite an accident in June 2005 that changed his life forever.

Talk 1: Shark behaviour and conservation

Visiting CCHS for the second time, shark conservationist Dan Abbott delivered a talk to over 40 lower 6th and upper 6th biologists about behavioural patterns he had observed in sharks as part of his internship with White Shark Africa.

CCHS raised over £700 for local charity the Catherine Bullen Foundation through 2 fundraising events this term. Roger and Linda Bullen came into CCHS and gave a presentation about the work of the foundation and the latest project in Namibia that is being undertaken to students in years 7 and 8.

This year I decided to send in some of the Lower School work to the 13th National Students' Art Exhibition to be held again at The Mall Galleries. 

I am thrilled to announce that Hannah Eley, Angela Wong and Victoria Pratt in Year 11, in addition to Abigail Bartlett and Bethany Francis in Year 13 have been selected to exhibit their work at this prestigious event.

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