Chapter has an excellent reputation both locally and across the country. This was enhanced when we became one of the first Kent Partnership secondary schools to gain recognition as an Investor In People. We value highly our links with the community and work with local businesses in lessons and through work experience placements to ensure relevance to adult life.
We are fully aware of the pressures on our pupils. In partnership with parents, we provide the sound guidance and unwavering support needed by young people as they come to terms with today's world.
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Chapter is holding two open days in the next few weeks. Prospective parents will be able to visit the school during Focus Days to see lessons in progress. Open evenings will also be held. The dates are 10th October and 28th November.
To download the open day flyer in Word format, please click here. For RTF format, please click here.
The recent news involving the possible reorganisation of secondary education in Strood has caused a wide range of emotions from anxiety through to anger for existing and prospective parents, pupils and staff. The Head Teacher is keen to emphasise that it is "business as usual" for the pupils. She is very keen that the views of both existing and prospective parents and pupils on the proposed plan are heard. Consultation papers from Medway Council will be available from 8th October 2007.
To download a list of Councillors and their contact details in Word format, please click here. For RTF format, please click here.
To download a list of local MPs and their contact details in Word format, please click here. For RTF format, please click here.