Our reflection theme this week has been remembrance. In assembly Mr Bruton challenged the students to reflect during our three minutes of silence on how we have a duty to repay others’ sacrifices by living our lives well. Thank you to the LRC team for organising our poppy sale this year, raising funds for the Royal British Legion.
The sixth form have been busy baking cakes and biscuits for our charity bake sale on Friday 11th November at breaktime.
Congratulations to the Year 10 Boys’ Team who won their league game against Kingsmead School, 1-0.
Our new reading club, Books and Biscuits has proved to be very popular. It’s was a joy to see students reading and enjoying literature socially. Well done to Ms King and our student readers.
A huge thank you to all students and staff who donated so generously to our Foodbank collection this year. We collected a staggering 439.7kg of food and household goods – that’s nearly half a tonne!
The Foodbank say thank you for all that was given and to the students who worked hard boxing up and sorting all the items yesterday to be loaded onto the van. Your giving will really help families living in crisis across Enfield.
Well done to 12JD who collected the most items and won the form prize!
Congratulations to our Girls Senior Football Team for winning the Enfield Knock Out league.
Thank you to our Sixth Form Committee for organising a hugely successful doughnut sale, raising £388.72 for their chosen charity. The 100 Black Men of London is a community based charity led by Black men, delivering programmes and activities focused on Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness, Economic Empowerment and Leadership.
Following the launch of our new Positive Behaviour policy in September, Chace students have been working hard to achieve positive points and rewards. To date, 15011 positive points have been awarded across the school. A special mention and congratulations to our first set of students to achieve 50 points and the Bronze standard – here are our bronze award winners from Year 7.
We look forward to awarding more students Bronze badges and certificates as more students achieve 50 points.
Well done to the Chace Association team who organised a fantastic quiz last Saturday evening raising over £2300 to support Chace students. Thank you to all who came along to support the event.
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.