Developing chess talent in local primary schools
Chess tutoring for kids
Promoting Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC)
School and CSC Competitions
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Sat 12-May-2018 :: MEGAFINAL : Saddleworth School
Sun 20-May-2018 :: CSC Chess Competition : Broadoak Community centre Ashton
Thu 21-Jun-2018 :: St Thomas v St James (Week 29/28) : St Thomas School, Moorside
Sun 08-Jul-2018 :: Ashton Rapidplay Congress (3 competitions) : Under 150 grade, U115 grade, Under 80/ungraded


Welcome to, a website to support children, tutors, teachers and parents in developing and nurturing chess talent in Primary Schools.

As a tutor for the charity Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC) (Manchester Project) since 2013 I have followed a 30 week curriculum for children from Year 2 to 5 in a variety of schools. The children are given plenty of time to learn how the pieces move, mini-games to keep their interest and worksheets/handouts to confirm/aid learning. As the year progresses skills develop and good habits are instilled, including teaching them good chess etiquette. The tutor runs a class competition towards the end of the school year to introduce them to competitive chess. The tutor will then aim to end the year by challenging schools against each other, something the children love to do.

Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC)


Next CSC Chess Competition - Sun 20th May (3 entries)

Created: 19-Apr-18 16:44

All 13 Entries confirmed for Megafinal

Created: 19-Apr-18 16:36

Megafinal Entry details

Created: 24-Mar-18 11:21

Chess Challenge Date Moved

Created: 24-Mar-18 11:19


Wed 25 Apr 2018 7.00pmMatches : 3cs v Chorlton 3
Thu 26 Apr 2018 12.35pmLessons : Hodge Clough : Taster Session
Thu 26 Apr 2018 3.15pmSchool Chess Club : St Thomas’ Primary :
Thu 26 Apr 2018 7.00pmGeneral : 3cs Chess Club
Fri 27 Apr 2018 2.00pmLessons : East Crompton St James : Lesson 21 Game only

Please visit the diary for more events.

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