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.
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School recently celebrated World Book Day in style as they brought to life their favourite characters from an array of novels. From staff dressing up as Mary Poppins and Gangster Granny to pupils dressing up as Snow White, Harry Potter and Dr Seuss; there were plenty of recognisable characters throughout the…Read More
Alder Class from Chilworth House School have been engrossed in their recent cross curricular project for Science and DT. Pupils have been learning about the classification of animals and exploring their habitats, and later, using a range of materials, created some incredible model sized habitats. Excelling themselves with the incredible detail, pupils proudly presented their…Read More
The Student Council from Chilworth House School organised an event to celebrate Shrove Tuesday. Working with by Melanie Bennett, Pastoral Assistant and the kitchen staff, they hosted a pancake extravaganza during break time where pupils and staff enjoyed a wonderful variety of toppings to really make their pancakes that extra bit tasty! The event was…Read More
Pupils from Chilworth House School recently enjoyed a reward trip to their local bowling alley to celebrate them attaining ‘Gold T-shirt’ status as a result of displaying excellent behaviour throughout the term. The fun filled day celebrated their successes and was a great opportunity for pupils from the school to get to know one another. During the trip they chatted, cheered…Read More
Pupils from Chilworth House School recently came together to enjoy a friendly and very entertaining game of football. The Boys in Blue played a match with another local school where they showed great co-ordination and skilled teamwork that resulted in them winning 8-4. The team were cheered on by the crowds and celebrated their win….Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School recently welcomed PC Clissold from the Metropolitan Police to talk about the role of the police in helping and supporting the community. The session was interactive, interesting and informative as pupils had the opportunity to try on protective clothing including vests, face shields and helmets. The children thoroughly enjoyed learning about the importance of wearing…Read More
In the week’s leading up to the school’s Christmas performance, pupils from Chilworth House School have been busy rehearsing for the most anticipated event in their calendar. In front of a large audience of parents, pupils and staff, children performed their parts with confidence as they remembered their lines from songs and steps to dance sequels, including reading an acrostic poem. From…Read More
Pupils and staff from Chilworth House School recently welcomed Pippa, a professional artist from Queens Park Arts Centre, the largest independent arts centre in the UK, and a registered charity. During the therapeutic and mesmerising art class, Pippa shared her creative talents through an original folk story of the Starbird, about love and freedom. The pupils…Read More
Staff, pupils and parents are celebrating at Chilworth House School following the publication of their latest report by Ofsted. The school has been judged as outstanding in all areas, which highlights the incredible learning environment the school offers to all of its pupils. The Oftsed report was glowing in praise for the school, its…Read More
Alder Class from Chilworth House School recently visited the ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor, a Hare Krishna Temple. Teaching Assistant, Parul took some time out to catch us up on the successful event. We were greeted by a local community member who helped us to gain a deeper understanding of what day to day life is like for Hare…Read More