Max Renton in Year 8 has been tirelessly raising money for charity. He recently shaved his head in aid of Cancer Research and collected over £200. He is even planning his next fundraising event – a cycle ride on Dartmoor for the Rowcroft Hospice.
Joel Clifton in Year 9 recently represented the South of England at wheelchair basketball and his team won the British Championships. The event was called ‘The Lord Taverner U15s Regional Championships’ and it was held at the Worcester University arena in August.
Dominic Sloper, Year 9 student at CFGS, was selected to represent the West of England at the 2018 Junior Inter-Regional Regatta in Nottingham on Saturday 21st April.
Churston students have achieved great success in the national Chemistry Olympiad competition this year. Organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry, this is a challenge open to the top A-level Chemistry students in the UK.
Year 11 student Jessica Jobson, recently attended the RYA Youth National 2018l championships in Largs, Scotland. She sailed amazingly well, in extreme conditions coming sixth overall with a silver medal as second female team in the 29er skiff.
On 9th March 2018, Churston was lucky enough to have four ex students visit the school to present to a group of year 9 boys. The purpose of the visit was for the alumni to share their experiences of school and offer revision and careers advice.
During the Easter Holiday, a group of students went to Iceland on a school trip. Check out the photos here!
On Thursday 8th May, Churston Ferrers Grammar School joined the ranks of women, and men, all over the world in #PressForProgress this year’s campaign for International Women’s Day.
A team of four Churston students, Hannah Gorman, Megan Caunter, Connor Cornish and Ben Lavers, and Churston’s SWAT ambassadors went to Colyton Grammar School to participate in a SWAT challenge.
79 students and 10 staff went to Crans-Montana in Switzerland over February half term. They had an amazing adventure and there was a mixture of skiing and snowboarding.