Chatsmore Catholic High School


Chatsmore Catholic High School
Chatsmore Catholic High School
Type Voluntary Aided School
Religion Roman Catholic
Religious head Michael Madden
Religious deputy head Anne Ward & Paul Walker
Specialism Arts
Location Goring Street
Worthing
West Sussex
BN12 5AF
 England
Local authority West Sussex
DfE URN 126096
Students 630
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Houses Template:Unsigned list
Website chatsmore.w-sussex.sch.uk

Coordinates: 50°48′58″N 0°26′01″W / 50.81606°N 0.43361°W / 50.81606; -0.43361

Chatsmore Catholic High School is an 11-16, mixed comprehensive school located in Goring By Sea, Worthing, West Sussex. The school holds specialist Arts College status.

The Head Teacher is Mr Michael Madden, NPQH. There are currently 632 students on the roll.[citation needed]

The school now has a vertical system, the pupils are organised into four houses currently names Orange, Red, Green and Blue. The houses will be named after Saints when the students have voted for the Saint who inspire them most.

Each house has a Progress Leader who deals with the 120-ish students in their house. The current progress leaders are:

  • Orange - Miss Archer
  • Red - Mr Kirby/ Mr Durr
  • Blue - Mr McNaughton
  • Green - Ms Gilles

Chatsmore has a Canteen, the Learning Resource Centre, more commonly known as the LRC by the pupils, a food technology room, an Apple suite, which has many iMacs and Macbooks inside for more creative lessons, a wood tech room, graphics rooms, a drama department, an averagely sized gym, a large sports hall, tennis courts, football pitch and a very large field.

The school operates a prefect system with head boy and girl and two deputies for each post.

The School prayer is:

God be in our heads and in our understanding,
God be in our eyes and in our looking,
God be in our mouths and in our speaking,
God be in our hearts and in our caring,
God be with our friends and families,
Be with us now and always.

The school hit the news in the summer of 2008 when it banned the popular drink Red Bull as it believed that the drink had an adverse effect on the behaviour of the pupils (never fully proved init blud).[1]

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