Students from Colchester High School are celebrating an incredible year of GCSE results, despite this year’s challenging circumstances, with 97% of grades achieved at the Grade 4 or above (national average of 78.8%) and, more pleasingly, 88.6% of grades at Grade 5 or above (national average of 61.5%). 43.5% of grades were 7 or above (national averages of 27.5%). 93.4% of pupils achieved at least
We are so proud of Millie in Year 7 who came 1st in the Cognita Global Recycling Competition. In line with World Environment Day, Cognita pupils across the world were invited to create a piece of work that represents the importance or impact of recycling. Millie designed a poster detailing the time it takes plastic to decompose and entreating the public to reduce their use of plastic. Millie’s work truly inspired our
Congratulations to Year 5 who have come second place in the ISA National ABC Hand Printing competition. Under the leadership of Mrs Traynor, the pupils had created a beautiful animal themed collage during their online Art lessons and should be very proud of their work and their achievement. Well done everyone!
This week, 151 students, teachers and families from Colchester High School joined over 10,000 students from Cognita schools around the world to take part in the inaugural Cognita Home Games. Sport is acknowledged the world over for improving health and happiness, and this virtual event achieved the desired effect to bring school communities together during school closures. From frog jumps and sock rolls to press-ups
At Colchester High School, we believe that a child's formative years are critical to their educational journey and developing their love of learning which is why all our Nursery pupils are being offered online lessons throughout the Coronavirus lockdown period. Lessons will cover topics such as spring time, outer space, our bodies and looking after the environment and will be supported through weekly challenges and