Please note that on Monday 26th November there is an all-day rehearsal for the school play. Students involved across the year groups will be needed P1-6. They will attend morning registration as usual. A cast list will be displayed in the staff room and students will be made aware that they need to catch up on any work missed. And! The school play is on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th November at 6pm in the Drama Studios. Please do come along and show your support for another fantastic cast of young talent! Tickets will be sold in the Drama Office and in the LRC for £1 with all proceeds going to charity.
Thanks for you support and understanding! Ali and Team Drama 🙂
The Year 8 council met on Wednesday 21st November 2018 to share the issues they feel are most important to Year 8 as well as their opinions on uniform and rewards. They also received their badges.
Their notes have been minuted and will be shared at the next student council meeting later this month.
The Year 7 Council met today to share their opinions on a range of topics including uniform, rewards, and other issues of concern for them. They made notes which will be passed on to the student council for discussion at their meeting next week.
The Year 12 A-Level Product Design & Textiles students enjoyed a succesful trip to the Wellcome Collection and V&A to see how design impacts on health, and how it has developed through the ages.
Chace Year 13 Further Maths students hard at work on a study day during half term. They were learning about Polar Co-ordinates and Hyperbolic Functions. Polar co-ordinates are the 2D version of the spherical co-ordinate system used in GPS. Hyperbolic functions have many applications in Physics and Engineering including modelling the properties of hanging cables such as those between electric pylons.
The trip to the Freud Museum was a huge success! The students had a brilliant day and were given a insight into the work and influence of Freud and the application of this theories to the Psychodynamic approach.
We met the director of the museum and she was really impressed with the student engagement and behaviour and our facilitator commented on their knowledge and curiosity.
Chace Science department worked with Year 5 pupils at Capel Manor Primary School using different nutrient solutions to see which would grow the biggest plants!
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!