I hope everyone has a Happy Easter and a happy holiday. There are lots of Year 11 revision sessions taking place at Chace over the holiday so I'm sure all those with exams coming soon will rest, relax and REVISE. Students return on Wednesday 23rd April at 8.40am in FULL SMART UNIFORM ready for successful learning.
Not the best photo - but one of the best examples of everything we believe in at Chace.
1) REWARDS assembly celebrating successful learning and being the best you can be
2) CONFIDENCE and COURAGE of our Year 10 singer making her debut on stage - sharing her talent at last!
3) TEAMWORK from our talented musicians working together
I am so proud of these Chace students and grateful to Ms Davies for her commitment and high expectations.
What a great way to celebrate the end of term - happy holiday everyone!
Congratulations to Lauren Cullingford 9ACR for her impressive, thought provoking 4th plinth winning design.
The Art department has entered 18 students' work into the annual 4th plinth competition. Will this wonderful design be on show in Trafalgar Square in the near future? Ms Constantinou and I would vote for it!
One of our Year 10 students studying Animal Care one day a week at Capel Manor College took this photo of another Year 10 student with her hands full caring wonderfully for this new arrival. The students are very successful at Capel Manor and the new arrival is doing well too!
Congratulations to our 2014 award winners - one is away at Plymouth University studying History and this winner, a successful Chace student, is now working and has taken up wheel chair racing!
It was great to have so many interested students taking part in the Science dissection event as part of STEM 2014.
The Year 9 Drama Festival on 13.3.14 was a great success - so much talent, commitment, hard work and confidence and courage. Then on 14.3.14 'Only Connect', a Theatre in Education group presented 'Entourage' a thought provoking, powerful performance challenging students to make wise choices about friendships and lifestyle. It was very good as was the Year 9 Drama Festival.
Last week, Chace students who logged into their VocabExpress account participated to a National competition as well as practicing their vocabulary. Chace came 13th in the Challenge Cup Grande - Spanish. In the Chace individual competition, Adele B won with a score of 12,205 points narrowly beating Omar B by 85 points.
Year 12 History students exhausted after all their hard work at the Vietnam War conference delivered by historians from Cambridge and Canterbury universities. Students were great ambassadors for Chace and learned lots.