News

News

Welcome to our news page where you can keep up to date with everything of interest with Chichester Free School.

  • Our new campus is almost complete

    Our new campus is almost complete

    13 June 2018

    We’re currently putting the finishing touches to our brand new school campus and we’ll open our doors to both current and new students in September. Our new, state-of-the-art facilities will make CFS an even more exhilarating place for our students to learn and grow and it will also bring enormous benefits to our teaching and support staff.

     

     

  • Congratulations to our Year 11 students

    Congratulations to our Year 11 students

    13 June 2018

    Our Year 11 students have now completed their GCSE examinations. They have shown exceptional courage and determination throughout the examination period and we have been proud of each and every one of them. Some will now leave CFS to pursue their studies in a different environment whilst others will become our first ever Sixth Formers this coming September.

    We wish the very best of luck to one and all in whatever their future pursuits may be.

  • That was our SATS!

    That was our SATS!

    21 May 2018

    Our Year 6 students recently completed their SATS and as a reward, they were treated to a well-earned ‘cinema’ screening and a trip to the park.

    We were enormously impressed by the courage and composure that they showed throughout SATS week, they were a true credit to our school.

  • Our first Silver DofE expedition

    Our first Silver DofE expedition

    16 April 2018

    Our first ever DofE expedition saw us take seven Year 10 students to the New Forest to complete their Silver award practice trek. Despite a difficult, boggy terrain, which led to more than a few blisters, our students coped well with the challenge which included a night’s camping. The group now look forward to their qualifying expedition during the kinder climate of the summer term.

    A very big thank you must go to Ray Carter and Viv Mace who supported the expedition, it was a thoroughly enjoyable 3 days spent with some first rate students.

     

  • GCSE timetable

    GCSE timetable

    5 March 2018