The Chantry School

Excellence in all

Excellence for all

The Chantry School

Excellence in all

Excellence for all

The Chantry School

School Vision & Mission

Vision Statement

We aim to be a thriving learning community where ambition, resilience and excellence are encouraged and celebrated, and all learners experience education that has a life-long benefit to them.

Mission Statement

We aim to provide:

  • A culture of learning that is calm, orderly and aspirational where learners are happy, healthy, challenged, ambitious and successful.
  • An inspirational environment, that allows high quality education to take place.
  • A wide range of curricular and extra-curricular experiences, that enables memorable and high impact learning to take place.
  • A supportive environment where learners are encouraged to aim high, embrace challenge, learn from their mistakes and keep trying to achieve their highest possible potential, thus ensuring a platform for success beyond The Chantry School.
  • Education that ensures a high regard for, and a compassionate understanding of, other people’s views, cultures, backgrounds and faiths.
  • The development of personal responsibility, and a sense of moral purpose, which promotes pupils to be honest, trustworthy, enquiring, self-regulating individuals who are proud to be members of, and positively contribute to, our caring community.
  • Education that promotes a high regard for the fundamental British values of tolerance, mutual respect, democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and an understanding of how individuals can take their place as a valued and contributing member of society.

The Chantry School

Excellence in all

Excellence for all

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Huge buzz around the Modern Foreign Languages Department over the last few weeks with Y7 German Map Projects. Pupils learned about the country and culture, resulting in an enormous display of fantastic cakes, models and posters . The standard achieved was was awesome! Well done.

During Anti-Bullying Week, our Yr10/11 pupils were asked to come up with One Kind Word, this year's theme. They came up with so many kind and positive words, that we created a Kindness Wall to spread the word around the whole school community.
#antibullyingweek #onekindword

Thank you to former student @Charlie_Faulk now writing for @thetimes who spoke to Y10/Y11 about her career. Fascinating insight into her work across the world including Afghanistan, Jordan, Palestine and Turkey covering migration, conflict and women's rights. Inspiring!

Following my own advice @ChantrySchool this #WorldMentalHealthDay . Be active and take notice. Malvern Hills looking beautiful this morning.

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