Chatsmore Catholic High School GCSE 2014 Results*


5 A* to C                                                                     88%

5 A * to C (including English and mathematics)    63%


Congratulations to all our students on their GCSE results.Yet again, this year, we are delighted to report that there has been an improvement in all areas in what is a strong set of results and the best the School has achieved. This is down to the commitment and perseverance of our students and the dedication and professionalism of all staff, the support of parents, our Governors and clergy.There have been many individual successes with pupils making significant progress from their starting point on entry to the School. Six students have achieved 9 or more grade A*’s and A’s, a significant achievement which deserves mention.We wish our leavers all the best for the future as they start the next stage of their education and thank them, not only for contributing to an excellent set of GCSE results, but also for all the other contributions they have made to the School in their fund raising for charity, sporting achievements, contributions in the performing and visual arts, and their work within the community.We are all proud of you.

*All results are provisional

Open Evening for prospective new 2015/2016 students
Tuesday 30th September  6pm – 8pm
Open Morning Tours Wednesday 8th & Thursday 9th October – 9:15am
“Smile for Lucy Goulding” – Chatsmore’s video in memory of Lucy Golding  and links to donate to the Lucia Foundation


Key Events

Welcome to Chatsmore Catholic High School

Chatsmore is a school that continues to be at the heart of the Catholic community, proud of its culture and diversity, dedicated to support the development of young people through shared gospel values.

Our children will face the demanding world of the 21st century with confidence and hope.

Our young people flourish spiritually, academically and socially. Chatsmore is a family, a community of learners, and we are totally committed to giving all our young people the best opportunities to make the most of their many talents. We encourage our students to be the best that they can be; to let their light shine; to spread their light to others.

It is a happy school.

Mike Madden, Headteacher

We raised a grand total of £284 for our Marie Curie Cancer Daffodil Appeal. Many thanks to everyone for supporting this appeal.


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