Thank-you

Thank you so much for all you do for Chapel St and the community we seek to serve. As many of you begin your summer holidays, take time to reflect, relax and be restored. Take time to be thankful for all that has been accomplished and all that is to come. Here is a special video message for every member …

The class of 2050

Russell Rook, Chapel St’s CEO, has contributed to this white paper examining the future for UK schools.

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When innovation works

Five years ago the Chapel St team developed a strategy entitled Happy, Healthy Fulham. By combining the primary care from the Chapel St Health Hub with the MumPlusMum project for vulnerable young mums and the Link Line initiative that provides friendship for vulnerable adults and older people in the area, we hoped that we could make a contribution to the …

Learning to Lose: Lesson 3 – Managing loss to win

I recently took my eldest son to a parent’s afternoon. One teacher appeared to hold high expectations of Joe, despite his obvious genetic disadvantage. He peppered Joe with questions about progress, homework, reading and extracurricular activities. “What school sports teams do you play for?” he asked. “Football, cricket and table tennis,” Joe replied. “Are you the captain of the cricket …

A Proud Day For Pupils Of Tyndale Community School, Oxford

The bright, warm sunshine perfectly reflected the celebratory atmosphere at the launch of Tyndale Community Schools fully refurbished school building, in Oxford today. The day started with energy and optimism as a group of staff, pupils, parents and other guests were joined by special guest Tim Stevenson OBE, Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire for the opening ceremony. During the ceremony every …

Victory is sweet for the Atherton Science Team

Four students from Atherton Community School carried off a host of prizes from a prestigious chemistry competition. The team, Alan Dickinson and Megan Ackers from Year 8 and Callum Gregory and Kira Winstanley from Year 7, took on 20 other schools from across the North West in the Salters Festival held at the University of Manchester. The day-long festival involved …

Learning to Lose: Lesson 1 – Fellowship

I’m a bad loser. To most this comes as no surprise. For me, the revelation was relatively recent. While the ageing process continually robs me of hair and brain cells it occasionally donates self awareness in return. It turns out that I’m actually very competitive. It’s just that I only choose to enter a competition if I have a chance …