Are you interested in a teaching career? Chace is working in partnership with Aylward and London Met to run School Direct teacher training courses. A Mini Train to Teach Event, at Aylward, on Thursday 4th June from 4.30-7pm, will give you all the information you need. Speakers from the Department for Education and local schools and providers will be at the event to give you all the advice and guidance you will need. Please complete the following form to register for the event. http://goo.gl/forms/pe0sLNaWSG
Last week a group of Year 8 and 9 students visited the Museum of Childhood as part of this years Art Award.
Chace food revolutionaries took part in a special Jamie Oliver event on Friday 15th May. Clearly the results were delicious!!
This talented Chace author is the 2015 Mayor's Award for Writing Year 8 winner with an amazing story 'Convicted for Murder'. Her story impressed the panel of judges and was the best of a very strong field. WELL DONE!
Year 8 voted in a mock election on 7th May having learned about the election process and political parties' manifestos during Learning for Life lessons. Tutors were impressed with Year 8s who approached this mock election so sensibly and maturely.
Well done to a brilliant team of Duke of Edinburgh students and staff who had a very successful expedition.
Congratulations to this talented, dedicated Year 13 student received her Queen's Scout award at a ceremony at Windsor Castle on Sunday 25th April.
Thank you to all the BEE mentors who have worked with Chace students to motivate, guide and support them in preparation for their exams and helping them to plan for future choices. Thanks to BEE these students are aiming to BE the BEST they can BE!