Castle Rock High School promotes spiritual, moral, social and cultural education in all aspects of life but especially in the context of the local community.
We work closely with, for example, the local churches, Police, resident associations, sheltered and old aged peoples' housing, the street environment action team, Greenhill Youth Club, Agar Nook Community Centre, Timebank, Voluntary Action Groups, the library service, the Marlene Reid Centre and Town Planning and action groups.
Through these links and partnerships, a wide variety of projects have been completed.
The charity work we actively participate in not only raises funds for worthwhile causes, but develops an appreciation of others and allows students to work and socialise together. The school supports numerous charities and each of the four teams (Lords, Twickenham, Wembley and Wimbledon) has a special charitable cause that it partners with.