Welcome to Charters School

Our motto best summarises what Charters stands for: 'Unity, Respect, Excellence'.

Unity: every member of the school community works together in common pursuit of the school's aims.

Respect: every member of the school community recognises and values each others' individual qualities and characteristics.

Excellence: every member of the school community tries to achieve their personal best in all that is undertaken and feels a collective, as well as a personal, sense of pride in these achievements.

Martyn Parker & Richard Pilgrim (Co-Headteachers).

Latest News
  • Harvest Festival

    date posted: Friday 17 Oct 2014

    It was magnificent to see the wonderful display of produce contributed by our students and their families for the Harvest Festival assemblies this morning

  • Christmas Shopping Event: Wednesday 12 Nov 4.30pm - 7.30pm Main Hall

    date posted: Thursday 16 Oct 2014

    Shop with our outside stallholders who will have great gift ideas for all the family; festive treats from Cucina, our school restaurant; an excellent chocolate and bottle tombola; a raffle with something for everyone plus traditional mince pies and mulled wine.

     

  • Macmillan Coffee Morning

    date posted: Friday 26 Sep 2014

    Our Sixth Form, A-Level Business Studies students co-ordinated and hosted a coffee morning for our students and staff in the Library this morning , in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support... click heading to continue


  • Great British Bake Off!

    date posted: Friday 26 Sep 2014

    As you probably know, Martha Collison’s time at the BBC’s Great British Bake Off, has finally come to an end.  She has been, and will continue to be, a great ambassador for the school... click heading to continue

  • Saving the Rainforest

    date posted: Friday 26 Sep 2014
    Last term Core Support Plus students worked on a project about the Rainforest.
    This included researching about the medicinal properties of plants, creatures and people of the rainforest and .... click heading to continue


     

  • New Secondary School Places in Ascot

    date posted: Monday 22 Sep 2014

    A Royal Borough Consultation: the number of children and young people needing secondary school education in the Royal Borough and in Ascot is going to rise over the next decade, and we need to make sure that there are enough school places for them...

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