CURIOSITY. CREATIVITY. COURAGE. COMPASSION.

Year 7 Open Evening

Thursday 6 October 2022, 5 pm-8 pm

No booking necessary

WELCOME TO CHIPPING NORTON SCHOOL

At Chipping Norton School we are all committed to the brightest possible futures for all our pupils. My colleagues and I have committed our professional lives to the fulfilment of each learner’s potential during their seven years at our wonderful school. I am deeply aware of and excited by the deep-rooted sense of community that exists within and around our community. This is a good and great school on a journey of its own to being one of the very best providers of education in this region and beyond. At all times, every one of us is a learner and we embrace our unknown potential and desire to be even better tomorrow than we are today. I hope you will take the time to explore this website to gain a deeper understanding of how and why this school means so much, to so many.

MR BARRY DOHERTY, HEADTEACHER

Exam RESULTS 2022

“I am delighted to share the news that the extraordinary commitment, energy and belief amongst our students and their teachers have resulted in a tremendous set of examination results.” 

Headteacher, Mr Barry Doherty

“Our broad sixth form offer continues to secure outstanding provision and outcomes. This success can be seen across all our subjects and disciplines.”

Deputy Headteacher, Mr Alan Trainer

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CHANGES to terms dates

We have a slightly staggered start to the new term after Christmas. Please see our term dates and calendar to see how this affects you.

LATEST LETTER FROM THE HEADTEACHER

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Keeping everyone safe

NSPCC Helpline

Sexual abuse in any form is unacceptable. Following the concerning reports provided to the Everyone’s Invited website, detailing incidents of sexual assault in schools and colleges, a dedicated help line has been set up to support to those affected.

The dedicated NSPCC Helpline – Report Abuse in Education can be contacted by phone on 0800 136 663, or by emailing: [email protected]

Supplementary statement regarding harassment, violence and behaviours.

Since the tragic death of Sarah Everard and the Everyone’s Invited website, this issue has become the dominant safeguarding issue for schools across the country. Along with all other schools committed to student welfare and safety, we recognise that our students are at risk of being or becoming victims of sexual violence and harassment, and therefore we choose to respond proactively in order to minimise those risks and protect our children from harm. 

Support is always there from Childline

If you are struggling and need help, please contact the Childline organisation. They run a 24-hour confidential service. You can contact them at any time on 08001111 or click the logo for their website.