Scholastic 'half price' book fair at Chace on 22nd June - fantastic range of half price books for sale before and after school, during break and at lunch time every day for one week.
On Thursday 23rd June 2016 we voted whether to remain in or leave the EU. That choice will impact on the lives of Chace students who were given their chance to cast their vote in a mock referendum. On 24th June 2016 the referendum result was to leave the EU. Chace students voted as follows : REMAIN - 70.01% LEAVE - 29.99%.
For more details follow the link http://www.chace.enfield.sch.uk/?q=node/1135
Today we celebrated National Women in Engineering Day with very successful bridge building activities - thank you to our Year 7 and 10 Resistant Materials and Engineering young women who were amazing with students from Chase Side primary school.
On 23.6.16 when we are holding our own EU referendum to see how Chace students would vote. Then on Friday 24th June Chace students vote to choose our Head Students for 2016/17. After introducing themselves in assemblies our 7 candidates are campaigning for votes at lunchtime. They are all dedicated, passionate ambassadors for Chace who have all followed the signposts and are well on their way to being the best they can be. In the Head Student election the winner will be Chace as any of these 7 candidates would make superb Head Students - Chace students will decide on Friday.
Here are some of our selected soloists at the Enfield wide concert yesterday. They were outstanding. Congratulations to our singers and thank you to Ms Davies and our incredibly committed peripatetic team of staff who inspire and develop these talented voices.
What fabulous feedback from the very successful trip to the Hunterian Museum on Friday 17th June.
'I wanted to compliment your students for their impeccable behaviour at the Museum today. I was really impressed with how engaged they were with the collection and the effort that they all put into their work. Their presentations were good and the song just showed how open the museum is for many interpretations!' Jane Hughes, Head of Learning and Access at The Hunterian Museum.
Well done Year 9s.
This week a group of Year 10 students took part in a photography competition at Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, trying to capture the essence of the area within one picture. They can win a digital camera and money for the school. The students were excellent, engaged and the people running the competition were impressed with their attitudes and the quality of their photographs.
On 23rd May a group of Chace students went to the London Velodrome. All the students were given an opportunity to ride on the Olympic Velodrome Track. Although some managed to fall off their bikes they picked themselves up and carried on. They all really enjoyed themselves and were a credit to the school.
IF YOU CAN WALK YOU CAN DANCE - IF YOU CAN TALK YOU CAN SING
Year 7 proved their talents as singers and team players when they sang songs from 'Oliver' on 12th March 2016. They were enthusiastic and worked hard all day and learned about Dickens' life and times while singing together. Thank you to our fabulous Music team , Ms Davies, Mr Carmichael and Mr Bruton for enabling Year 7 to enjoy this wonderful opportunity to listen, learn and sing together.