INSET Day - 25 January 2017

School will be closed to students on Wednesday 25th January for a staff training day. Lessons will continue as normal from Thursday 26th January.

Junior Chefs

Junior Chefs

Good things come to those who cook....our Junior Chefs in action. As part of our extended learning provision, 12 year 7s are attending a series of cooking workshops led by our Chace Chef Mr Brooks.

Morning Reading

Morning Reading

Read in, write out...like breathing! A group of year 8s sharing reading weekly with one of our school governors.

Talented Artists at the British Museum

Talented Artists at the British Museum

Mr Glyde took a group of gifted artists to the British Museum to sketch art from around the world over the last 4000 years. Everybody found some art that they loved and the whole group were commended on their behaviour and their work.

Sketches from the British Museum

Sketches from the British Museum

One of the sketches made by our gifted art group who visited the British Museum on 12 January 2017.

Badminton Champions

Badminton Champions

Congratulations to all of our students who represented Chace at the Badminton Championships this week. Three out of four of our teams won overall, winning the right to represent Enfield at the London Youth Games this year.

Chace Students raise money for homeless charity Crisis

Chace Students raise money for homeless charity Crisis

Congratulations to our students who raised an incredible £1253 for the homeless charity Crisis in December.

Rewarding Positive Contributions this Christmas

Rewarding Positive Contributions this Christmas

Congratulations to all our prize winners who were rewarded with certificates this week in assemblies. 72 of our students were also rewarded with a session on the 'games bus' on Thursday and almost 150 students who have received 50 or more positive behaviour points this term spent the last morning of term having a festive cinema experience.

Candy Canes for Crisis

Candy Canes for Crisis

Thank you to Santa and the Post 16 Committee for organising the gifts of candy canes this Christmas, raising money for the homeless charity Crisis.

Congratulations to our talented actors who entertained us all last week

Congratulations to our talented actors who entertained us all last week

Congratulations to the Drama department and all of our talented young actors who entertained us all last week with the school production, A Christmas Calamity in Dimbleby. Thank you to all who attended and helped to raise £235 for Great Ormand Street Hospital.

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