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Emergency School Closure Information

In the event of poor weather we will notify parents of school closures by text and via our Twitter page here …

Ofsted Report (2014)

‘Leaders have created a happy and caring school community, where teaching and achievement are both good, and which prepares students well for their future success.’

Chase Terrace Technology College is now an Ofsted ‘Good’ school, with judgements of ‘Good’ for all aspects of its provision. Please click on the link for the full report.

This report is a validation of a great deal of hard work done by staff and governors over the past few years. We have a fantastic group of young people at Chase Terrace and a very supportive parent body and wider community and I am delighted that this is reflected in the commentary. The inspection outcome of ‘Good’ is the foundation for further continuous improvement. As noted in the report, we are very ambitious for the future success of every member of this school community.

Stuart Jones, Headteacher

Latest Updates …

New Absence Reporting System
If students are absent from school please Text 07860030679 with the following details: Student name, form and brief reason for absence - Thank you

Welcome to CTTC

Chase Terrace Technology College is proud to serve the community of Burntwood and the surrounding area. We are a forward-thinking school with high aspirations for all of our students.

Our distinctive strengths in Technology and the Arts provide students with terrific opportunities to work in a lively, creative learning environment that capitalises on the effective use of new technologies. Chase Terrace also has a very strong reputation for pastoral care and we work hard to ensure that all of our students are safe, happy and successful.

If you'd like to come and see the school for yourself, I assure you a warm welcome.

Stuart Jones


Annual Bursary in Memory of Stephen Sutton MBE

Burntwood Town Council have decided to award an annual bursary of up to £2,000 to a 11-19 student, who lives in the Burntwood area.  The bursary will provide support to develop a young person’s talent/abilities in:

Creative and performing arts;
Academic pursuits; or

Click this link for more information and application forms