Our Brilliant Club, Scholars Programme results are in: over 90% of participants achieved a 1st or 2:1 in their final dissertations. Huge congratulations to the students involved – your UCL PhD tutor was hugely impressed as are we! Well done! (photo prior to lockdown)
We said a sad goodbye to our wonderful Year 11s on Friday. They have worked so hard, and we are so disappointed that they won’t have a chance to prove just how brilliant they are in the exams this Summer. We couldn’t be more proud.
The Salvation Army, Enfield, would like to thank all the staff and students of the school for their generous donations at the end of the Autumn term which were used to make ‘Rescue Rucksacks’ for the homeless. #ChaceStudentCouncil
Day 1 of our Spring Teaching and Learning Hub event. Already 40 staff have visited the Hub. We are looking at Stages of Practice based on Rosenshine’s Principles. Some brilliant discussions and useful examples.
On Friday 6th March Year 12 students visited the North London Higher Education Fair at Middlesex University. Students attended a welcome talk, tour of the campus and the education fair with a wealth of exciting and engaging activities available for them to become involved in. A highly successful and valuable trip for all who attended!
At 10.50 today nearly all students took part in DEAR – Drop Everything and Read. They read their own books, or stories selected by their class teacher, or academic texts on the subjects being studied, and even an extract from a French novel. Our message: Reading is important!
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.