Sixth form students collected AS and A Level results at school this morning. There were some outstanding achievements, not least from this talented student who received A*A*A at A Level.
The group were welcomed to a WE Village before preparing to start their construction project - a secondary school development. Everyone is showing amazing spirit and teamwork with one facilitator saying he'd rarely seen a group organise and problem-solve so quickly and so well on their 1st day on site. They're discovering this wonderful country too, hiking through Kumbalgarh with incredible views of green hills, ancient walls and wildlife, including a couple of monkeys! A Chace student with confidence and courage being the best she can be and making a difference - we're so proud of her.
I have been overwhelmed by everyone's kind words as I set off on my 'road less travelled'. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT OVER THE LAST 18 YEARS. I have been so lucky and privileged to work and learn with amazing governors, parents and especially our wonderful team of staff and students at Chace. I hope you all have a fabulous summer holiday and return ready for successful learning in September 2016 to be the best you can be.
In the penultimate week of term Year 12 were out of school for two days. On Thursday they were thinking about future journeys to be taken along the road less travelled at Birkbeck University and on Friday they broadened their horizons and celebrated a successful year with a trip to London's museum district, Kensington. Well done to all Year 12s for a great first year in the Sixth Form at Chace. See you in September!
This 9VE group shared their winning presentation and presented AGE UK with their First Give cheque for £1000 at the event to celebrate the opening of the new offices for Age UK Enfield.
It was a lovely occasion to see older and young sitting and chatting together. This fabulous group did Chace and their tutor proud.
Congratulations to these students who have completed their Bronze Arts Award, supported by Ms Findlay and Mr Glyde. They impressed the assessor with the quality of their work.
.....taken by our Duke of Edinburgh Silver qualifiers who were AIMING HIGH as they hiked to Mam Tor in the Peak District today.