Tokyo 2020

Although the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have now been postponed to next year, Team GB are continuing to promote lots of activities to keep families engaged in the Olympic theme and staying healthy and active while staying at home.

To access some fantastic ideas and resources to compliment your home learning why not log onto and download the home learning resources. You can get involved in all sorts of activities from a home sports day to a journey from home to Tokyo.

Let’s keep the Olympic Spirit going.

Join Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram in discussion with young people

The Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram, is holding an online conversation with the young people of the Liverpool City Region about the current and future impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives.

The event will take place on Wednesday 3rd June from 3:30pm to 5:00pm and the conversation will be led by young people.

Participants in the call will be able to submit questions to the Metro Mayor in writing during the conversation and also take part in online flash polls on all of the main issues affecting young people.  They will not appear on camera or be able to speak via their microphone during the event.

The results of this conversation will help to shape the Metro Mayor’s response to the pandemic, influencing plans and policies.  He will also share the feedback with the Prime Minister so that the views of and issues raised by the young people of our area are heard loudly and clearly!

The event is suitable for young people from the ages of 13 to 18, extending up to the age of 25 for those with special educational needs and or disabilities.

Please spread the world to the young people who you work with.  We’d love to hear their views.  The registration link is here:

Have you got what it takes to become a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title holder?

We are inviting you to attempt a Guinness World Records title by answering as many times tables questions correctly as you can in one minute.

Guinness World Records has created a new title – Highest score achieved on ‘Times Tables Rock Stars’ in one minute – and we are looking for players to aim for this special accolade.


It’s simple: get a world-beating score in a Studio game, make sure it’s captured in a video and send a link to that video to by the end of Thursday 4th June (11:59pm GMT).

Here are the requirements:

  1. The attempt must take place in a Studio game.
  2. The attempt may take place on any of the following compatible devices:
    1. Desktop computer
    1. Laptop computer
    1. Tablet
    1. Phone
  3. The video must adhere to the following:
    1. Show the player clearly playing, i.e. hand(s) physically entering numbers on the input device.
    1. Show the back of the player’s head or profile to see roughly who they are (just the person’s arm and screen isn’t enough, for example).
    1. Show the score and timer clearly.
    1. Show the start and end of the game, including a clear shot of the end of game score screen.
    1. Be filmed in one take and unedited. No filters, effects, overlays, backing music are allowed. Turn your phone/table/computer on mute.
  4. The game needs to have saved on the TTRS database.


When you have finished your Studio game and saved the video, please upload the original video file using a file transfer platform such as Google Drive, Dropbox or WeTransfer. Then email a link to the video to and provide the name of the player, along with the name of your school. This is so that we can locate the user and the game they played in our database.

By providing us with your video, you (and if under 18, your parent/guardian) consent(s) to your video, name, and country of residence being published on the Times Tables Rock Stars’ and Guinness World Records’ websites, social media, media press releases and other reasonable marketing and promotional activities associated with this attempt.

Go to for more information.

Good luck and ROCK ON!!!!

Times Tables Rockstars Competition

Huge congratulations to everyone who took part in our first Times Tables Rock Stars tournament with Maghull High School.

It was looking like a close competition earlier in the week but the final results speak for themselves in how well the students at Chesterfield High have performed, with Chesterfield winning with a score of 94,104 points compared to Maghull’s 39,272!

A special well done to our top performers in each year group who will each receive a certificate and a voucher prize:

  • Year 7: Fahim Ibn Nogir (12,305 points)
  • Year 8: Jake Talent (1,120 points)
  • Year 9: Genevieve Humphray (6,788 points)

And well done to everyone in 7Q5B, the highest performing class in the school, Mr Owens is very pleased with your performance!

Have a very enjoyable half term, and get practicing for more competitions after the break!

Mrs Scott