One of the ways we are celebrating reading for World Book Day. Happy reading everyone! But not just today!
Congratulations to these Year 9s for their creative pieces of argumentative writing!
Year 10 triple science students went to GCSE Science Live! on Friday. We listened to the head examiner give us GCSE top tips and listened to leading scientists speak about their field.
Chace Community School Maths Department were delighted to host an A Level Further Maths workshop . Students from several Enfield schools joined us and the event was led by Angus Grogono from the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme. #AMSP
It is always very nice when the generosity of the staff and student body is recognised. #ChaceStudentCouncil
Congratulations to the 33 students in Years 10 & 11 who received their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award during assembly this week.
The Chace RE department hosted the first Religious Studies teachers Network meeting in Enfield, attended by colleagues from across the borough and representatives from the Enfield SACRE. The RE department showcased their curriculum plans & resources and shared good practice.
This year 46 Chace students and staff took off for Iceland over the February half term. Over 4 days we explored the incredible natural wonders across the south of the country. Our trip included a visit to the coastal landforms of the Southern Coast. We saw spectacular waterfalls (some of us climbed right to the top for the best views), we skated across a glacial lagoon, we ran from ‘sneaky waves’ on the black sand beaches with views of coastal pillars, stacks and arches. Another day we viewed a powerful icy waterfall called the Gullfoss and then walked the geothermal wonders, where we viewed an erupting geyser and bubbling spring pools. To end our last evening we soaked in the famous Blue Lagoon where we were able to relax our muscles, have a therapeutic silicon mud mask and all under a ghostly sky of falling snowflakes. To top it all off we saw the magic of the Northern Lights just outside of our hotel rooms. I would like to thank the staff who have put a lot of time and energy into making this happen and also thank the students for the respect they showed to our coach drivers, our tour guide and hotel staff. A trip to be repeated in the future!
Missing out on Storm Dennis during half term were 30 Spanish students at the amazing Santiago Bernabeu Football Stadium in Madrid. On this day students had learnt about the history of bull fighting in Spain at the Las Ventas Bullring and football! ¡Hala Madrid!