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15/05/23

This week is . ​To mark the occasion, we'll be exploring a range of strategies to help with anxiety using 's brilliant guide. Today's tips are all about focusing on your breathing. Check out the box breathing method below: https://t.co/glP4LWrDZu

15/05/23

Retweetd From Mental Health Foundation

Mental Health Awareness Week starts today! 💚 All this week we want to talk about anxiety and the things that can help. Find out more about the week and how you can get involved here: https://t.co/JIEm6086cJ https://t.co/pwHxvNxRc2

11/05/23

sixth form students have access to a full and varied professional pathways programme, which means that we actively engage them in opportunities such as the one with https://t.co/qpyrBnL2KL

10/05/23

advocates that all staff prioritise their wellbeing https://t.co/wg6T1DUNyx

04/05/23

How do the strategies below resonate with you? https://t.co/bXDVEZ6jyJ

04/05/23

Retweetd From SouthHampsteadHighSchool

A stellar day out for our team of Sixth Formers as they get stuck into the orbital mechanics challenge. https://t.co/tGITClqTU4

02/05/23

On Friday our wonderful school counsellors lead a session for some of our Year 11s to help them to develop strategies to combat exam stress. Thank you to for providing some samples for the students to include in their exam kits. https://t.co/kM26WMXvGe

27/04/23

A really good summary https://t.co/iYJY1OWF9g

27/04/23

Retweetd From Tes

The majority of parents still back teachers going on strike but support is softening, a new poll shows https://t.co/emET4djFEq

24/04/23

This half term our and tutor time sessions are all about managing and reducing stress. This guide has some brilliant tips in it. https://t.co/XRfoiCqK85

19/04/23

How often do you live by this principal? https://t.co/0DXOJrR7dC

18/04/23

Our CPD today was using curriculum statements to plan lessons/SoW which align with your subjects curriculum intent. Trainees were given their subjects curriculum statement and asked to map out a sequence of lesson titles which lead students towards the desired end point. https://t.co/NCKNz49cOG

17/04/23

Retweetd From Action for Happiness

Life is happier when we get outside, move more & stay active 🤸‍♀️🏊‍♂️🚴🏼‍♀️💃🕺🏻☀️ Join us for Active April and help spread the word https://t.co/7vJLdlFuoI https://t.co/i9kKyUkQWw

29/03/23

Retweetd From NHS

It's World . Autism is a spectrum. This means every autistic person is different. Rosalind talks about childhood events that led to her diagnosis, the importance of recognising phobias and her love for her family and animals. https://t.co/6w8SzVPDn8 https://t.co/GrkiFseZpd

29/03/23

Retweetd From Autistic Truth

As Autism Acceptance/ awareness month/week/ day (depending what country you’re in) is approaching. Here’s a post about why the puzzle piece symbol is considered a hate symbol by so many Autistic people. And why the infinity symbol is more accepted and widely used now. https://t.co/y0YI3mndzN https://t.co/wcnprAq4In

28/03/23

Wishing everyone Ramadan Mubarak! May this beautiful month bring you all peace, love, health and prosperity. 🙏🕌☪ https://t.co/geP0LgAUo5

28/03/23

Today's CPD was lead by Mr Bitlice on 'Feedback and the use of model answers, mark schemes and examiners reports.' Some excellent advice shared on how to use positive feedback in order to help improve a student's performance. https://t.co/ljOEz9F7bT

27/03/23

Retweetd From eQuoo 🧠

Partnering with as we launch eQuoo 2.0 with enhanced features & gamified tools at 🔸Clinically proven 🔸Scalable across your school 🔸Proven to work in just 5 weeks 🔸Robust reporting 🔸Created by Psychologists 🌐 https://t.co/kgkI7lLAqn https://t.co/X7CYwwTEKN

21/03/23

Retweetd From Harris Initial Teacher Education

Are you interested in training to teach in East London or South London? We have two face to face events at our partner schools in April. Sign up here: https://t.co/s8ycAgfck2

21/03/23

Ms Collins led a session today with our trainees on embedding challenge into lessons. We know challenge is the core of the growth mindset, so we encourage our teachers to learn more about their students, ask open questions and encourage students to share opinions. https://t.co/NcExxnAAyo

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How to Apply - Admissions Arrangements for Harris Academy Nursery for 2024-25

Harris Academy Chobham is a state comprehensive school which welcomes children of all backgrounds and abilities.

Chobham consists of a nursery with 52 full time equivalent admissions; a primary phase of 630 students; Years 7-11 made up of 900 students a sixth form of 300 students.

Our annual admissions number of Reception is 90 children, for Year 7 210 children and for Year 12 150 students.

Applications for Nursery 2024 open on Monday 8th January 2024 and will be open until Friday 29th March 2024.  Nursery applications are dealt with and are to be made directly to the academy. You can download the application form at the bottom of the page or collect from the Primary Reception desk.

You must submit your application in person the Primary reception desk and provide original documents for proof of ID and address.  Applications emailed in will not be accepted.

If your child was born in between 01/09/2020 to 31/08/2021 then they will be due to start Nursery in September 2024.

Please do not apply unless your child will be 3 years old before September 2024 as the application will be rejected.

If the child turns 3 years old in the term after September, then they are due to start nursery the following September (2025).

The Academy Nursery has an agreed admission number of 52 full-time equivalent pupils. The nursery school will be split into two sessions (Morning and Afternoon) - 52 applicants will be accommodated in each session in a mixture of full-time and part-time places.  

Morning Session    8.15am-11.30am
Afternoon Session 12.00pm-3.15pm
Full-Time Session   8.15am-3.15pm

15 hours eligibility = 3 hours per day, 5 days per week
30 hours eligibility = 6 hours per day, 5 days per week

For those parents not entitled to the additional 30 hours funded childcare, we can offer a paid full-time place, at a cost of £75 per week charged half termly, paid in advance of the half term starting. All full-time places are subject to 5 days a week

Admission to the Nursery does not guarantee admission to the academy's Primary provision, and a separate application must be made for transfer from the Nursery provision to the Primary provision. 

If under subscribed, all applicants will be admitted. If oversubscribed, the following criteria will apply in the order of priority shown.

Nursery Provision Oversubscription Criteria

  1. Looked after children or previously looked after children
  2. Children with Education Health Care (EHC) plans where the school is named in the plan.
  3. Children of staff at the school where the member of staff has been employed at the school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the school is made.
  4. Children who, on the date of admission, will have an older sibling (i.e. a natural brother or sister, or a half brother or sister, or a legally adopted brother or sister or half-brother or sister, or step brother or sister who will be living with them at the same address at the date of their entry to the Academy) in the nursery or in years R-6 of the Academy. Proof of the sibling relationship will be required (short birth certificates).
  5. The remaining places will be offered to children who live nearest to the front gates of the Primary phase site of the Academy that is the distance from the Academy entrance in a straight line. Proof of residence will be required (council tax bill, utility bill).

Admissions Policy 

Chobham Academy - Determined Admissions Policy 2024-25.pdf

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