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  • Year 7 Rounders win

    Published 19/06/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    Congratulations to the Year 7 Rounders team who won their South Northants League match at Moulton on 18th June. It was a very close match, but the team played really well and A Parkhomenko was voted player of the match. 

    Final Score  12.5 – 12 to CCS

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  • CCS students competing at the Athletics County Championships

    Published 12/06/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    Last weekend, lots of CCS students were competing for South Northamptonshire at the Athletics County Championships.

    Five students performed incredibly well and finished in the top 2 in their event and have been selected to compete for Northamptonshire at an upcoming Mason Trophy event, where they are competing against 9 other counties. The students selected include:

    C. Irving – Long Jump and Triple Jump

    I. Smith – 300m

    J. Jessamy – 100m

    M. Hymes – Javelin

    G. Sinton – Shot Put

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  • Year 9 Rounders vs Sponne

    Published 12/06/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

     **CCS Year 9 Rounders Team Triumphs at Sponne!** 

    Yesterday, our CCS Year 9 rounders team played a fantastic match at Sponne, securing a well-deserved victory with a score of 15 – 10.5! 

    A special shoutout to N Couldrick, who had a fantastic game. Her batting and stellar fielding on 2nd base truly shone, earning her the title of player of the match! 

    Well done to the entire team for their hard work and teamwork. You all made us proud! 

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  • Year 9 Boys Win County Cup!

    Published 02/05/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    For the second year in succession, Caroline Chisholm School played NSB to be crown county cup champions in a highly anticipated final. Last year NSB were triumphant, winning on penalties, but CCS made sure there would be no repeat of that again.

    From kick-off, CCS asserted dominance and soon the scoreboard lit up as CCS took an early lead after just 3 minutes. A dream start. A second goal came within the first 10 minutes of the game and, after a finely worked move, CCS scored their third of the game in the 18th minute, which remained the scoreline at half-time.

    NSB tried to break through the CCS’s solid defence but were thwarted at every turn through some resolute defending and some fantastic saves from H. Duff in goal. CCS capitalised on NSB looking for their first goal of the game and launched relentless attacks when winning the ball to score again early in the second half. CCS’s cohesive display proved too much for NSB and when the final whistle blew, CCS emerged triumphant with a resounding 6-0 victory.

    A man of the match display from T. Goodman helped propel the team to victory with 5 assists during the game. Scores included J. Ferreria, J. Foku, M. Marcu and C. Rosetti.

    A great season in which the team were unbeaten ended with captain R. Southworth lifting the county cup final trophy. All the boys that played for the team this season should be incredibly proud of themselves, as I certainly am. 

    - Ben Musgrove, Teacher of PE, Health and Wellbeing

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  • Girls Football - County Cup Finalists

    Published 28/03/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    The girls were tremendous leading the game 2-0 until the last 10 minutes when the other team equalised. 

    Taking us to extra time, both teams scored, the girls didn’t give up and were a credit to the score. 

    The game was then decided on penalties. 

    A nerve-racking end and tremendous pressure to be put under. 

    The girls did well but, unfortunately, were defeated 5-4. 

    It was an emotional end to a fantastic game. 


    I am extremely proud of their achievement, their commitment and their attitude. True sportswomen right till the end. 

    Managers player: L Barnes 

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  • Year 7 Football vs Malcom Arnold

    Published 21/03/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    Last night, the Year 7 boys played Malcom Arnold and won 7-0!

    Goal Scorers: O Witheyman (3) B Page (1) B Koomson (1) Ja Spires (1) T Alexander (1)

    A dominant performance from the boys, who started the first half strong, dominating possession, but just couldn’t find the back of the net. Went into half-time 0-0, determined to make up for this, the boys came out to the second half ready to make amends after a goalless first half.

    An incredibly dominant second half saw the Year 7’s finish the game 7-0 with O Witheyman scoring a hat-trick and our keeper, H Urquhart, keeping a clean sheet. A five-star performance from the boys! 

    Player of the Match: O Witheyman

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  • U16 Boys County Cup Rugby Semi-Final vs Guilsborough

    Published 20/03/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    On Tuesday, our team faced a tough challenge away in the Rugby semi-final against Guilsborough, and though the final score may not have been in our favour (3 tries to nil), our team showed a hugely impressive defensive performance.  

    Despite missing our injured captain, our players stepped up admirably, showcasing incredible resilience and determination throughout the game. 

    Guilsborough 20 – 0 CCS 

    Player of the match C Donegal

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  • Year 8 EWS District League - 18/03/24

    Published 19/03/24, by Megan Innes

    Last night, our Year 8 boys played a district league fixture against Elizabeth Woodville School (EWS) and won 4-1.

    It was the second away fixture of the year for the boys, and they were feeling confident coming off the back of a victory a couple of weeks ago. CCS started very strong, racing into a 3-0 lead before half time with goals from Kai’Marni I, Toby M and Sean C.

    Heading into the break 3-0 up, the boys wanted more goals and could see the opportunities increasing. EWS managed to pull one back, but this didn’t faze the boys, and they went on to pull another goal through Josh K, finishing the game 4-1.

    A very successful away trip for the team seeing us go 2 wins out of 2 in the league and placing us top.

    MOM: Kai’Marni I

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  • CCS Dance at 'Junction'

    Published 15/03/24, by Autumn Wilson-Haywood

    On Saturday 9th March, 8 students (a mix of years 8-13) performed in Northampton School for Boys' annual dance show 'Junction'. The girls performed exceptionally well and represented CCS in an impeccable way. They worked extremely hard attending regular rehearsals in the build up to the show to ensure they were confident and could perform to a high standard. This was the first time CCS had performed at Junction, and we look forward to next year, where we will hopefully get an opportunity to attend again. Well done to all involved!

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