E-sports is the newest sport in the school and the achievements of these teams are also recognised as part of the CHS Sports Awards.
In 2020, the e-sports team competed at the National Level in the "League of Legends' and is looking to compete even more in 2021. This is one of the few sports that continued throughout 'lockdown' and the restrictions of the Covid Alert levels.
in 2021, the group has grown even more with a balance of gaming and the recognition that to perform at the highest levels, personal health, fitness and well-being is required. Students this year will be taking part in the strengthening and conditioning courses offered in the school by Vigour Physiotherapy.
If you are interested in taking part then contact Mr Jack Collin.