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Chace Challenge

Chace students were putting their problem solving skills to the test when they took part in a Borough Maths Challenge (Brain Blaster Day) hosted here at Chace. Students from St Anne’s Catholic School, Aylward, Edmonton County, Enfield County and Highlands also took part.

Harvest Collection for the North Enfield Foodbank

The North Enfield Foodbank provides much needed support to families in crisis in Enfield. As a school we have chosen to support the Foodbank for a second year by holding a Harvest collection. Students have been asked to donate non-perishable food items and household goods such as tinned food, dried pasta and rice, cereals, baby formula, nappies, baby wipes. We will be collecting until Thursday 20th October and students can place items in boxes in their form rooms or in the LRC. Thanks in advance for your generosity.

CSI Chace

Year 7-9 science club got off to a great start, with two weeks of Forensics club. The pupils collected and analysed samples from crime scenes to successfully identify the culprit! The next club will be “Sport Scientists” held on November 9th, 16th and 23rd October. We hope to see you there!

Shooting for the stars

We are delighted that so many of our students are embracing our new points rewards system. Since the beginning of term over 1000 positive points have been awarded to students and many are well on the way to receiving their Bronze Award.
Well done to year 9 as the year group with the highest points total across the school and 7SCH, 8ADM, 9TGo, 10KBW and 11SPA with the highest points totals in their year group.

Teamwork at Tolmers

Year 7 had a wet but thoroughly enjoyable trip to Tolmers this weekend. Thank you to all of the staff who gave up their time to make the trip such a success. Our PTA raised funds throughout the year to pay for the trip. If any parents/carers would like to make a donation to the PTA for next year’s trip please login at