180 students accompanied by 36 members of staff enjoyed a fun packed Tolmers camp where our new Year 7 students got to know each other. It was a successful trip with activities including archery, high ropes, kayaking, rafting, orienteering, initiative exercises, sports competition, night navigation exercise and a campfire spread over 2 days with sleeping in tents.
The trip to the Freud Museum was a huge success! The students had a brilliant day and were given a insight into the work and influence of Freud and the application of this theories to the Psychodynamic approach.
Our Year 12’s went on a trip to Highgate cemetery to learn the contextual links they need for their coursework.
Year 7 French students went to sunny Boulogne-sur-Mer for the day where they learnt how to make bread and croissants. They also visited the old town and practised their French. Finally, they explored the local sandy beach where they fully enjoyed the glorious weather and warm water. Quelle belle journée!
On Tuesday 10th July, 14 primary schools from Enfield came to Chace to participate in the Big Bang Fair. The primary students have been working on science projects and presented their science projects to real life scientists who came to support the event. The scientists went around, looked at the projects, asked questions and listened to the science that the students have been learning and investigating. The projects covered everything from how to make dirty water clean, volcanoes, density of materials and how the shape of a boat can affect how quickly it sinks. The primary students had a question and answer session with the scientists where they learnt about the different paths into science and the many different jobs that you can do with science.
Well done to the 16 Bronze Duke of Edinburgh students that completed their 2-day qualifying expedition at the weekend covering a gruelling 15 mile hike in the sweltering sun and temperatures in excess of 30C. All showed great teamwork and determination to complete it in the heat.
Chace Science department worked with Year 5 pupils at Capel Manor Primary School using different nutrient solutions to see which would grow the biggest plants!
Well done to the Chace studentsl who represented the Enfield Team at the Middlesex English Schools Champs 2018.
They all had a fantastic experience competing against all boroughs in Middlesex. All athletes were competing at a high standard and most pupils who represented the Enfield team were Chace students. Excellent attitude towards P.E. and Sport in general. Well Done!
First Give is an educational school programme which helps young people use their time and talent to improve their community. At Chace, students in Year 9 spend 2 months during Life Skills lessons identify a soical issue in our community, engage with a local charity that address them
Students select a charity and then produce engaging presentations that champions their chosen charity to complete in the School Final in order to complete for a grant for their charities and win £1,000.
The 8 charities that were represented this year were:
9DKO Enfield Charitable Trust
9AFG Age UK, Enfield
9DDO Cancer Research UK, Enfield
9LWI The Shane Project
9SAD Enfield Caribbean Association
9AWI Nightingale Cancer Support Centre
As well as producing a presentation, groups have to get involved in some social action. This
ranged from voluntary work, promoting the work the charity and fundraising.
Over £2000 was raised by our Year 9 students this year which will go towards helping chairities in our local community.
This years final took place on Wednesday 13 June were representatives from the charities attended as well as local community representatives which made up the external judging panel.
All groups should be proud of the work they have done over the pass 2 months however the overall winner of this years First Give Award went to 9LWI. The charity received £1000 from First Give as well as 9LWI raising a staggering £704 from the social action they took part in.
Well done Year 9!!!!