Welcome to Chipping Norton School
CNS Retain U12 Trophy
At Chipping Norton School we champion the successes of students who strive to achieve their best. The house system gives every student the opportunity to gain recognition and reward for excellent effort and attitude to all areas of school life, earning House Points for their House. Each House is also twinned with their international partner House in Imingcangathelo School in South Africa.
The aims of the House System are to encourage student participation in extra-curricular activities, foster a spirit of healthy competition and celebrate success, as well as giving more students leadership responsibilities within the school and integrating students across the year groups. At the heart of the House System is student ownership; House Prefects and Sixth-form Captains lead the Houses, suggest and organise competitions, and deliver House assemblies for other students. Sixth Form House Captains are attached to Key Stage 3 tutor groups and mentor younger students in their Houses.
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CNS Retain Rugby Trophy in Style
The U19 final of the District Rugby League was held on December 3rd at Chipping Norton RFC. It was a closely-contested match between Chipping Norton School’s 1st XV Rugby team and great rivals Burford School.
Examination Results – the Headlines
Students and staff at Chipping Norton School have been celebrating some fantastic 2013 examination results.
- 8 out of 10 grades were A*-C
- A*-B grades 55%
- Almost one third of all grades were A* or A
- 67 of the 70 university applicants secured their first or second choice.
- 40% of university applicants will attend Russell Group universities
- 5 A*-C including English and Maths was 65%
- 5 A*-C was 76%
- Maths A*-C was a staggering 87%
- English Language A*-C 77%
- 15 subjects had A*-C percentages over 70%