Chilworth House Upper School meets the needs of pupils aged 11-18 years old. An accepting, positive and welcoming learning environment, pupil access a broad and balanced curriculum allowing them to follow both academic and vocational pathways.
We are delighted to share with you the latest news of success, achievement and developments from our school. The good news never stops.
We all know that when we work together great things can happen. Recently, both Chilworth House School and Chilworth House Upper School have been putting this into practice as they help the transitions of pupils to run seamlessly. Year 6 pupils from Chilworth House School recently participated in a Science lesson at the Arts and…Read More
Alder Class from Chilworth House School recently presented one of their best work assemblies to parents, carers, staff and peers. The pupils proudly shared their written newspaper articles and the spooky stories that they wrote last term. They also excitedly presented a 3D model of the Solar System which they made as part of a group…Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School have been keeping a watchful eye on a number of eggs in an incubator. The animal enthusiasts witnessed the eggs hatch and enthusiastically welcomed the adorable chicks. The chicks serve to teach the pupils about the importance of animal care and give them an understanding of where food comes…Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School recently came together to celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi. Teaching Assistant, Kumari took some time out to catch us up on how they celebrated the festival that is celebrated by millions of people across the globe. Pupils and staff came together to join the jubilant occasion of…Read More
Pupils from Alder Class at Chilworth House School recently enjoyed a trip to the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum where they took part in a workshop organised for them on World War 2. The budding historians handled artefacts related to the era and also got to experience a trench. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the experience and participated in activities really…Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School recently celebrated Red Nose Day to raise money and awareness for Comic Relief. The budding philanthropists rolled up their sleeves to bake cakes to contribute to a cake sale, which also had different kinds of foods donated by pupils and staff. As part of the fun-filled day, pupils…Read More
Pupils from Chilworth House School recently took a step back in time as part of a history workshop. The budding historians explored the Roman era in a workshop conducted by local historian Edwin Wood, where they were given the opportunity to handle replica objects and learned their purpose. During the session, Edwin showed some Roman…Read More
Birch Class from Chilworth House School recently presented one of their best work assemblies to date to parents, carers, staff and peers. The pupils shared their informative, descriptive and vivid writing on selected scenes from Harry Potter narrated from the young wizard’s perspective. They proudly shared their work and explained problem-solving by demonstrating possibilities, algebra…Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School were delighted to welcome art students from Banbury and Bicester College , who brought along with them their paint brushes to transform some spaces within the school. As part of their work experience programme, the students worked their magic and transformed the spaces into calming, reflective and fun places to be….Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School were recently delighted to welcome Richard Venables, the High Sheriff of Oxfordshire. During a whole school assembly, Richard introduced himself and explained to the pupils and staff about his interesting job title. During the assembly, they learnt that he supports local charities that are engaged with Oxfordshire’s young people to…Read More