Ellie Bruce World Champion

Ellie Bruce in year 10 managed to retain her world champion title in Taekwondo. Despite facing injuries in the lead up to the competition, which required lighter training sessions, she won both her categories in the 14-18 age range, competing in both the pattern and sparing categories.

Ellie has the British Championships on the 4th November in Birmingham and we wish her the best of luck.  Well Done, Ellie!!!

Merseyside and National Cup Clash

Year 7 MCSFA: a closely contested game against West Derby High School, with both teams giving 100% and neither team deserving to be behind.


However, Chesterfield had a poor 10 minutes in the middle of the game where they conceded 3 goals. After that, the game was even but Chesterfield just had too much to do. Well done to West Derby. CHS 0-3 West Derby.

Year 9 NSFA: a nervous start to the game from both teams as Chesterfield had a few players missing and had to play key players out of position. Despite the nervous start, the return of Joe Hughes gave us goals upfront.


With brilliant grit and determination from the midfield, Chesterfield went on to score goal after goal and everyone go in on the act. Chesterfield move onto the next round convincingly. Well done, Mr. Ward. CHS 12-0 All Saints.

Amber Hughes proves top class

Amber Hughes in Year 8 continues her outstanding athletics performance.  Amber, who now competes in the U15 category against Year 9 pupils, competed in the South Yorkshire series at the EISS Arena in Sheffield on Sunday 7th October. She competed in 3 events; shot put, throwing 10 meters 17; long jump, jumping 5 meters 1; and the 60 meter sprint which she ran in 8.44 seconds.  These times and distances are just amazing; she will compete in other events in the series over the next few weeks. We wish her the best of luck.

Joseph Gelhardt hits brace for England

Ex-student Joseph Gelhardt scored twice to help England U17s defeat Russia in their second match of a mini-tournament being hosted on home turf.

Brighton & Hove Albion defender Haydon Roberts broke the deadlock on the half-hour mark, converting Ben Knight’s corner at the second attempt.

And the Young Lions were home and hosed by half time thanks to Gelhardt’s brace.

England U17s 3-0 Russia

  • International Youth Tournament
  • Sunday 14 October
  • at Shrewsbury Town FC

The Wigan Athletic forward doubled the lead on 43 minutes when he drilled home from the edge of the box.

He completed the scoring in added time, producing a brilliant turn and pinpoint finish.

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Year 7 Sports Hall Athletic Champions

Year 7 Sports Hall Athletics Champions 2018/2019

The Year 7 Boys and Girls Sports Hall Athletics Teams competed in the Central Sefton Championships on Friday 5th October 2018. They gave an outstanding performance in events including individual running events,  obstacle races, relays, long jump, triple jump, speed bounce and chest push. They were worthy winners on the day and now go forward to represent Sefton at the Merseyside School Games.

Congratulations to both teams and good luck at the finals.

Mrs J Moorcroft


Bronze Medal for Evan Kelly

Evan Kelly in year 9 who competes for England in kickboxing gained a Bronze medal in points fighting for his weight and age in a recent competition in Jamaica.

Unfortunately there were no competitors Evans’ weight and age in his Continuous Category.  Evan, therefore, made the brave decision to move up a weight. Again, he gained a Bronze medal.

What a fantastic achievement and the pupils and staff at Chesterfield are immensely proud.

Well done, Evan!

Former student signs long-term contract with Wigan Athletic

Wigan Athletic are delighted to confirm that young forward Joe Gelhardt has committed his long-term future to the club after agreeing his first professional contract at the DW Stadium, which will see the England youth international remain with the club until 2021.

Gelhardt, 16, made his first team debut for Latics earlier this month in our Carabao Cup tie at Rotherham United, following an impressive start to the campaign with the club’s under-18s.

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Year 8 Girls Sefton Rounders champions

On Tuesday 3rd July the annual Sefton rounders tournament took place at St. Mary’s playing Fields.  The girls won the first innings with some brilliant batting and fielding, making six rounders to  St Mary’s’ one and a half. In the second innings they made three and St Mary’s three and a half, giving Chesterfield the win with a final score of ninerounders to St. Mary’s five.  The girls have worked so hard coming to practise every week and really deserved the win. Well done girls!!!!