CCS students are determined, ambitious learners. We want our students to leave CCS having made exceptional academic progress and achieved great qualifications. In addition, we also want our students to leave as well-rounded individuals. Three ways we aim to achieve this is by encouraging our students to engage with the Big Question of the week and attend school clubs. Please click on the relevant tab to find out about each programme.
The Big Question
Each week, pupils are posed a different ‘Big Question’ which aims to develop their social, moral, spiritual, cultural, physical, and political awareness, alongside promoting literacy, reinforcing British Values and encouraging their curiosity about the world around them. The Big Question foci are drawn from across all curriculum subjects and none – with the sole purpose of getting our pupils to read about, reflect upon and research into the wide-ranging topical Big Questions.
The weekly assembly focuses on the ‘Big Question’. These assemblies are designed to allow pupils to fully appreciate and grapple with the Big Question. There are also suggestions for enrichment activities that pupils can complete in their own time outside of school. Please see below for details of this week’s Big Question.
Please click on the link below for details of this week’s Big Question and ways you can explore this further. If you have any questions, please contact your Form Tutor.
Please see link below for information about our extended school clubs and activities