Congratulations Holly!

HickeyAthleticsCongratulations to Holly Hickey in Year 7, who recently represented the Cheshire Athletics team in the first fixture of the season against Merseyside. In the 100M she posted a Personal Best finishing 5th and her 4 x 100M relay team won their event. The PE Department is extremely proud of her achievements this year and wish her all the best for the rest of the season with the county team.

She is pictured here proudly wearing her county vest.

St Chad's Prom 2014

The vast majority of Year 11 and many staff attended the formal school Prom at the Catholic Cathedral crypt on Friday night. Despite torrential rain and a broken down bus everyone had a great time! Students' parents and carers must have spent many hours (not to mention £££s!) on making sure outfits, haircuts, shoes etc. looked as impressive as they all did - the staff did not look too bad either! The students were a credit to themselves and their families with  impeccable behaviour and the positive attitude we have seen for the last five years. Great credit must go to Mr Dooley, Year 11 Pupil Progress Co-ordinator, and the team of tutors who have looked after the students since they joined St.Chad's. The year is not quite over yet as we are looking forward to seeing the students on Friday the 4th of July at 10.00 a.m. for their final assembly. They are all invited for coffee and a cake in the 6th Form cafe afterwards - a place the majority of Year 11 will get to know well as they will be returning to our 6th Form in September.


More photographs of the prom can be viewed HERE.

A short video of the prom can be viewed HERE.

The Invincibles are Champions again!

y9football14Big congratulations to the year 9 boys’ football team who have won the Halton Schools’ League for the second consecutive year. It was a winner takes all scenario in the final game, with St Chad’s playing Saints Peter and Paul Catholic College. Both teams had won all of their previous league games to set up a cup final atmosphere for the league title showdown.

After a tense start St Chad’s soon took control of the game, dominating possession and creating chance after chance. It wasn’t long before they took the lead through a cool finish from top goal scorer Bailey Duffield. As Chad’s anxiously defended their slim lead it looked as though the opposition might equalise, but a second from Duffield on the counter attack put the nerves at ease. St Chad’s continued to control the game, and the defence lead by Connor Pearson stood firm.

Midway through the second half on came Joe Russell to make an immediate impact scoring his first of the season, a neat right foot volley to give the defending champions a three goal cushion and virtually ensure the league trophy would be staying in St Chad’s hands. The boys ruthlessly continued to attack and in the dying minutes some neat play down the right resulted in the ball breaking to Joe Ruane to fire low into the corner to top off an emphatic 4-0 victory. Well done to all that have represented the St Chad’s year 9 football team this year. Another league title and another season unbeaten, winning every league game!

Man of the match: Ryan Barker

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