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P16 students experienced the rugged landscape where Heathcliff and Catherine lived and loved ."Catherine's face was just like the landscape--shadows and sunshine flitting over it in rapid succession; but the shadows rested longer, and the sunshine was more transient..." At least Chace 6th formers found a little sunshine on the wild Yorkshire Moors. Thank you to Christina Lawill whose photography has captured the beauty of God's Own Country!!
Post 16 students braved the elements in the wilds of West Yorkshire last week when they followed in the footsteps of the Bronte sisters at Haworth. Thank you to A level Photography student Christina Lawill who captured the rugged landscape steeped in history and literature.
Ms Brosnan and the Year 7 football team ventured down to Pimlico to play their national cup fixture. Our Year 7s WON 4-1 with all 4 goals scored by one talented player!! Well done, Year 7 girls!
Thank you to everyone who made World Book Day 2014 such a great success. Ms Chambers organised charades in the LRC with students guessing book titles and enjoying cake!!!
On 6th March 2014 our Head Student was presented with his Queen Scout Award by the UK Chief Commissioner of Scouting Wayne Bulpitt. He was supported by fellow students at the celebration event. To achieve this award Jagz had to complete many challenges including an expedition to Amazon Rainforest in Peru and volunteering at local scout groups. He hopes to inspire others to achieve this prestigious award. His next adventure will be to the World Scout Jamboree 2015 in Japan. Congratulations to our Queen's Scout.
.....Thursday 6th March is World Book Day and we're celebrating reading and inspiring a love of reading for pleasure and discovery.
These Year 7s have been working every Wednesday with the STEMNET ambassador to build and program two VEX IQ robots to take part in the North London regional STEMNET competition. They developed programs to allow the robots to collect, carry and drop ‘bucky’balls' into containers. They WON and beating Year 7 – 9 students from Walthamstow Academy. This success reflects all their hard work at STEM club. The Year 7s did Chace proud with exemplary behaviour and outstanding on the spot programming - adjusting and adapting programs to respond the complex VEX IQ board! Well done, Year 7s
14 Chace Music students joined the Music staff for a night of wonderful opera on Tuesday 25th February. They were inspired by their evening enjoying 'Rigoletto' by Verdi.