On Tuesday 14th November Ms Findlay-Goddard organised to take 30 Year 10 GCSE Drama students to see the long-running ‘Woman in Black’ at the Fortune Theatre, Covent Garden. Students had a fantastic time watching the dark and thrilling play, with a number jumping at some of the most tense and scary moments!
Four Year 9 students represented Chace at the NRICH Maths Inspirations day held at Enfield County School. The students showed off their problem solving skills by completing a range of challenging and intriguing tasks.
Year 13 students expanding their learning and deepening their learning by exploring Berlin’s history and finding out about the horrors of Nazi Germany.
The PTA kindly funded a new digital balance which is currently being used by students taking A level Chemistry and BTEC Science at Key Stage 5.
Students from all year groups came along to another excellent training session this Thursday evening, showing real commitment and team work. Well done to all involved.
A Year 10 student, led a fun, challenging and informative Chace University session today on the history of london transport, culminating in a lively formal debate on whether Crossrail should be re-named ‘The Elizabeth Line’!
Every Tuesday, our hard-working Year 11 Historians come together to revise early for their exams and focus on exam technique, as well as content. A great atmosphere today as our hard-working Year 11 Historians sink their teeth into assessing the changes in Crime and Punishment over time. #Chaceworkinglunch
The Year 10 GCSE Graphics students enjoyed a successful trip to the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour to see how graphic products were used in the films and to investigate design careers in the film industry.
In collaboration with Barclays Digital Eagles, three students have been selected to become Chace Digital Eagles. The shared objective is to empower communities to become digitally savvy whilst staying safe online.
Three Chace students recently went to Barclays HQ in Canary Wharf to complete a digital safety workshop, called “Train the Trainer”. The workshop provided our students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to share their new digital skills with our teachers, parents and fellow pupils.
Their first major presentation will be held before governors’ at the Annual Governors’ Conference 2017 at the Dugdale in Enfield Town on Monday 16th October.
A Year 10 Chace student was selected from thousands of students from over 170 schools to co-host the First Give Awards ceremony at City Hall, Central London yesterday evening.