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!
Our GCSE students have enjoyed a delightful trip to The Royal Opera House to see a spectacular production of La Boheme. “We were joined by our very own Ms Ferracane to make sure the translation was sound!“
On Thursday 15th March GCSE and A-Level Drama students went to the Vaudeville theatre to watch ‘Lady Windemere’s Fan’; an Oscar Wilde play directed by Kathy Burke and starring Jennifer Saunders. The trip was a huge success, giving students yet another wonderful opportunity to see live, professional theatre in the West End!
Some of our students in Year 9 were very lucky to visit the Cite des Sciences et de l’industrie in Paris during our half term break. The group of 40 students and accompanying staff saw many of the exhibits including the Solar Impulse 1 aircraft which flew across America in 2013 and the Geode located outside.
The group then made their way to Disneyland Paris where they experienced the effect of rollercoasters on the human body and learnt the science behind some of the attractions. These included the work done on gravity by Sir Isaac Newton.
The group really enjoyed themselves and were a credit to the whole school.
Year 10 students enjoyed a great day at St Peter’s College, Oxford. The day included research experience at the Pitt Rivers Museum, a tour of Oxford and an enlightening and inspiring talk by an Oxford music graduate. We also had lunch in the dining hall of the college to experience the communal living of university life.
Chace students are involved in the prestigious ‘scholars programme’ and, as part of this, attended the highly regarded School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London). They took part in various challenging activities including university tutorials on the impact of digital media on society. The students were excellent ambassadors for the school.
Wednesday 24 January, the Year 7 & 8 girls football team braved the disappointing weather to play a strong Aylward side.
The girls showed huge amounts of passion and determination, playing some lovely football! Eventually winning 6-0. Well done!
Our fantastic basket ball senior team were up against a strong St. Thomas More side which did prove difficult at first. However, by the 3rd quarter the boys got themselves into full flow attacking from various angles. Final score: Chace 29 – 54 St Thomas More.
On January 17th some of our talented Year 11 students attended the first of our Science Masterclass’. They enjoyed experiencing A level Biology teaching on the detailed structure of DNA by Miss Wilson. You can see them here making 3D models of DNA from sweets. We look forward to delivering more Masterclass’ run by A level Chemistry and Physics experts in the upcoming months.