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Enrichment programmes are a popular platform for schools to engage their pupils in the wider community and teach important life-skills.

Teaching life-skills and character has always been one of the forefront objectives of education.

A tweet from former CHS student, Tim Peake, the British astronaut living and working onboard the International Space Station for six months, summed up perfectly the need for both character skills and work experience.

He wrote: “Character is important – a CV may get you the interview, but character will get you the job.”

A successful enrichment programme will promote the life-skills needed for everyday life, develop “soft skills” that employers and universities look for, while also giving students the opportunity to find out more about their interests and passions.

Click on the pages to the left or click on the links below to see some of the wonderful opportunities available to our CHS students.

CCF (Combined Cadet Force)
Duke of Edinburgh Awards
West Sussex Music
CHS Trips