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Chichester High School for Girls
Kingsham Road, PO19 8EB Chichester
01243 787014

At Chichester High School for Girls we believe in offering all our pupils the highest quality education in a safe, happy and caring environment. Every individual is a valued member of the school community and is given such a wealth of learning experiences and opportunities that everyone has the chance to develop her talents and to succeed. We develop pupils' confidence, self-esteem and self-discipline by having high expectations and high standards; pupils take up these challenges with great enthusiasm. We expect and value high standards in all areas of school life. We acknowledge and reward pupils' achievements.

We aim to create a stimulating learning environment in which pupils are happy and successful, and where hard work and self-discipline are encouraged at all times. In lessons there is both sufficient challenge and support to help pupils develop their academic, artistic and physical skills to the full, in a calm and purposeful working atmosphere. Every opportunity is taken to enhance pupils' learning by making links with the local and international community.


We expect and achieve high standards of courtesy, behaviour and uniform both in and around school, and aim for working relationships where there is equality of opportunity and mutual respect for everyone in our community.

Our three-way partnership between the pupil, the school and the home is crucial in helping our young people to succeed. Our parents are extremely supportive of the school and we encourage regular contact, both formal and informal, throughout the year.

Everything we do in our school is aimed at helping pupils realise their potential, whatever their starting point, so that they can grow into informed, thoughtful and responsible young citizens. We believe we do a good job and we think you will too.

We are all very proud of our school and its achievements, and hope that the following pages will show you why. If you would like to know more, you are most welcome to visit us on our open days or to contact us for an appointment.

We look forward to meeting you and to welcoming you to our school.

Fiona Oliver - Watkins   


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