Please click here to read the final letter posted 25.6.15 regarding arrangements for the collection of GCSE exam results and contact details for parents.
This event took place in school on 7 May 2015 and we are very pleased to announce that students and staff raised a total of £185.47.
We will shortly be sending a cheque to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) who are co-ordinating help for the victims of the recent Nepal earthquake.
Please click here to read the excellent report letter following the HMI visit on 6 November 2014. This report has also been posted to parents.
Chaucer Technology School currently consists of the Year 11 cohort of students who are due to take their GCSE qualifications in 2015. With effect from 31st August 2015 the school will close permanently. Other cohorts of students departed during 2014 either as part of the normal course of events (Years 11 and 13) or they were reallocated new places at alternative schools. The decision to close the school was made by Kent County Council, after a period of consultation, and is largely due to financial considerations.
The standards in the school continue to rise and the Local Authority and the staff at the school are determined to ensure that the current and final cohort of Year 11 enjoy every opportunity possible to achieve very strong examination results and the exceptional personal and social development opportunities. The staff to student ratio is generous and enables the full curriculum to be provided as it was for these students in Year 10.
Miss Elizabeth King
Head of School
As the school is due to close with effect from 31st August 2015, and solely Year 11 cohort of students remain, the school is not able to take any new admissions. Anyone wishing to find out about admission to Kent secondary schools should go to the KCC website - click here.