On 23rd January a group of year 12 & 13 students had the opportunity to meet the artist Olivia Rose. Students learnt about her artistic practice and discussed her portraits in a Q&A session. This was a great opportunity for them to learn a whole new range of photographic methods.
The Chace Student Council were delighted to host Pareece Rose Sandiford, a programme facilitator from WE Schools Team London. The meeting was very productive and the council decided to make Mental Health awareness a focus for the rest of the academic year. #ChaceStudentCouncil #WEmovement
Year 10 and 11 students took part in a session with the charity ‘Street Doctors’ to learn invaluable first aid skills. The session provided a safe space to discuss the issue of violent crime in London and empowered them to become life savers in their own communities.
Drama GCSE and A level students went on a trip to The Royal Court to see ‘Scenes with Girls’, a brand new play.
“It was really interesting to watch and the acting was amazing. The set was unique!” Ebony, Year 12.
“Very enjoyable play with a really interesting set and seating arrangement. Great writing and performance!” Julia, Year 12.
Chace Careers Week: Did you know that only a third of the NHS employees are doctors and nurses? Year 7 were visited today by the Royal Free Trust to find out about the range of careers available within the health sector.
Thank you to all of our exhibitors at our Careers fair today – our students had a fantastic day and learnt so much. Thank you for giving up your time!
Students attended a workshop on Geotechnical Engineering and site investigation, including drilling boreholes within the school grounds to design foundations for a new school building. Huge thanks to @GEA_Ltd and @OaklandSI2 for supporting our Careers Week event.