We have emailed an online questionnaire to Year 7 parents to seek parents' views on this year's transition process from primary school and ask parents to complete the survey to inform us on how we can continue to improve this important aspect of our work.
We look forward to seeing you at the School Production of A Christmas Calamity in Dimbleby on 1st and 2nd December at 6.45pm.
Students from 7DTh stand on the meridian line at the Greenwich Observatory. Thank you to all of the Science team for organising the trip for all Year 7 students.
Chace students joined other schools to pay their respects at a special remembrance ceremony in Chingford. Here is the picture taken from the front page of this week's Enfield Independent.
Congratulations to our talented Year 12 students who were invited to the Enfield High Achievers evening to celebrate their considerable successes at GCSE.
Three ex-Chace students, Jagz, Charlie and Lizzie prepare to form the honour guard for the Queen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday. All three students are recipients of the prestigious Queen's Scout Award.
Congratulations to our talented poet, Danielle, whose poem, We The Machines was recognised for merit in a national competition and selected to be published in this year's Young Writers' Anthology.
Congratulations to ex-student Elmaz Ekrem, whose short animated film The Law of the Sea, was aired on the Channel 4 show Random Acts last week. Catch up on Channel 4 On Demand or go to YouTube to see the film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbrO7Zyy3f0
Well done to our Post 16 Committee raised £274 for the Royal British Legion by selling their cakes and biscuits today at breaktime.
Year 7s have been exploring different religions in RE lessons this week, looking at religious objects to understand a bit more about different beliefs and the items people use to express their religion.