Working to Achieve
Chasetown Community School is situated in spacious grounds in a quiet area of Chasetown adjacent to open land a mile South of Burntwood Town Centre. We are a co-educational school, administered by Staffordshire County Council, admitting pupils from 7-13 years of age with social, emotional and mental health needs. Pupils are referred to the school for admission via District SEND Assessment teams. Contact details for them can be found here.
Information on SEND in Staffordshire can be found here including the Staffordshire SEND Family partnership.
At Chasetown Community School we value our partnership with parents, families, professionals and members of our local community. We believe that establishing a close working relationship between school and home is very important. This benefits the child as it enables a sense of security and well being.
We strive to create a happy, welcoming and secure environment. We want to work with families and carers to develop the full potential both academically, behaviourally and on a personal level of all the children in our care.
Monday - Thursday 8.50am - 3.25pm
Friday 8.50am - 2.25pm.
We hold an Achievement Assembly on Friday's at 12.00 or 2.00pm.
Do you have an issue and are not sure who to turn to? The button below allows you to anonymously and confidentially report an issue you may have to our school.
You can also report issues by texting CHA1 and your message to: 07860 021584. Texts are anonymous and your number will not be visible.
For more information on our closure procedure please follow this link.
Please click on this link to find out if our school is closed.
Term and holiday dates 2016/17 - click here.
New Guidance Notes for Parents requesting Leave in Term Time and our request for leave form can be found here.
Ofsted graded our school outstanding for Behaviour and Safety; stating “pupils arrive and leave school in a calm, orderly and safe manner. Their behaviour in lessons and around the school is excellent. This is a remarkable achievement given that many pupils are referred to the school for behavioural reasons. Pupils make considerable progress in becoming more mature and working well together”