Chace A-level Politics students took part in a Q& A session with Lord Bruce of Bennachie, covering complex constitutional issues such as House of Lords reform, the voting system and Parliamentary Sovereignty. Student questions were excellent and kept Lord Bruce on his toes.
Here is our entry for the Enfield Dance Festival. We are so proud of the resilience of all of our students – and especially for managing to produce this on top of all of their other school work. Well done Ms Carmichael and students from yr10 and yr7.
The benefits of online learning? The cat can join in the French lesson. Here – learning all about the imperfect tense using the formative feedback website: spiral.ac
We are very proud of the excellent set designs produced by Yr8 in Drama.
Shout Out Postcards sent weekly to our hardest working students during lockdown. Each week 21 names are drawn from these for a prize. Look out for a special delivery by your proud heads of learning.
Well done to all of our university applicants. Most have now received their offers, including two from Cambridge, and are now making decisions about which to accept.
GCSE Art work during lockdown.
This week we have been focusing on Holocaust Memorial Day. Members of the school community lit candles on Wednesday to remember those who were murdered for who they were, and to stand against prejudice today. This photo is from a Yr 8 student #lightthedarkness
We are delighted to have been awarded the Sandwell Well-Being Charter Mark.
Year 8 students did really well in their ‘speedy challenge’ to find research facts to help them answer questions about the relationship between Elizabeth I and her cousin Mary Queen of Scots.