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Thank you to everyone who made the PTA QUIZ on 27th June a great success - with Barclays and Vodafone match funding we raised £2336.44
The Year 11 Prom was a fabulous evening on the river as we celebrated the end of exams and the end of a successful 5 year journey at Chace.
Technology staff organised another great STEM visit for primary students to work together with Chace students on 23rd June. Chace girls have been so fantastic and helpful with the primary pupils.
Well done to these generous, enthusiastic runners who completed the Colour Run to raise funds for Chace PTA. Well done to 8VE the tutor group who were the best fund raisers. £462.54 has been raised overall. The PTA uses all funds raised to support Chace students - buying GCSE Science and MFL revision guides and paying for the annual Year 7 Tolmers trip.
A real note of success. Our visiting Music teacher has been working so sensitively with these young novices who sang beautifully together and gave solo performances to a truly delighted audience at Nightingale Hospice on 17th June 2015. Well done to this fabulous team being the best they can be with such confidence and courage.
All the students who took part in Arts Award achieved their Bronze Arts Award this year in Drama and Art groups led by Ms Findlay and Ms Quorn. Huge congratulations to all students involved who showed excellent commitment and enthusiasm to extend their creative knowledge this term by taking part.
We were delighted to have won a morning of learning with professional chef, Idris Caldora, member of the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts. As Executive Chef of 'Chefs adopt a school' he and a team of chefs visit schools to teach cookery, promote healthy eating and nutrition and the importance of eating together. It was a privilege for Chace students to learn alongside this prestigious chef. They certainly enjoyed this wonderful opportunity.
We were delighted to welcome Idris Caldora to Chace last week. He is a member of Royal Academy of Culinary Arts,
Executive Chef of 'Chefs adopt a school' and he adopted Chace for the morning and worked with a group of students to create the most mouth wateringly delicious torellini. His visit was a great success - as were the tortellini. Students made everything - from pasta and delicious sauce. They learned lots and impressed our visitor.
A group of Chace students were chosen to take part in a Food for Life practical session. They learned lots and cooked delicious food.
We were impressed by the quality of work at the excellent Art and Technology exhibitions held on 12th June. This student is admiring his sister's artwork - an impressive piece combining her talent for Art and love of horses.