Public speaking is such a brilliant life skill and can put you ahead of the game when it comes to finding a job


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Show yourself the kindness and compassion you show your closest friends.


Wishing all of our staff and students a restful and enjoyable Spring break!


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What a way to start the return of competitive football! The sixth form Football Academy were victorious with a 5-0 win against a strong Waltham Forest team in their first ‘mini league’ match. Well done boys 👏⚽️


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Well done to all the trialists who attended the 6th form Football Academy trials. Seeing some of the best talent in Newham, Hackney, Tower Hamlets & Waltham Forest on one pitch was a joy. We have our 2nd trial upcoming on the 29th April,stay tuned for more info.


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Both ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ y10 GCSE PE classes learning on the go in their handball practical! ⁦


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What a great way to include your students in deciding your Jack Petchey winners! We are so excited to see who is this time's winners! 🙌


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Oh thank you, you're too kind! 🥰


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Harris is delighted to be working with Star, Outwood, NETSP and Newcastle University to deliver the new suite of NPQs. An exciting opportunity to develop and deliver school-led leadership development programmes that builds from what works in schools.


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Also you visited THE best bookshop ever! I visited them last time I went home and they’re just wonderful


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🚨PE EASTER CHALLENGE 🚨 You have from now up until Sunday 18th April to take part in the PE Toe Tap Challenge. Follow the instructions set by Mr Okunja and send your PE teacher your highest score for a chance to win 25 Pillar points. Good luck


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Good attempt looks like you’ve been working on your footie skills. Might have to make a vid to show you how it’s done 😉


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We look forward to your attempt 👏


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Fostering independent engagement with news in Spanish among our Y12s. Students had to create their own and create a bank of news they find relevant/interesting.


make the most of every learning and assessment opportunity in order to achieve your


"You actually appreciate the contribution of others sometimes precisely because they bring a point which you had not thought of"


Some brilliant dual coding and a great example of the "all hands up" questioning technique displayed by Mr.Khan with his year 10s teaching states of matter.


End of Term Celebration Assembly Prep! #proud#thechobhamway


Year 9 Chobham Experience students had the opportunity to work with two barristers today, reviewing a murder case and learning how create a defence strategy.

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Chobham Nursery is an Independent Academy. We are based at the heart of the East Village; a focal point for generations to come. We believe in the unlimited potential of every child, and our 'Chobham Pillars' reflect that relentless aim to secure outstanding outcomes for our students. Our wonderful team of dedicated staff ensure that innovative teaching and learning is at the heart of our agenda.

Michael Whitworth - Principal

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24 March 2020Geography Department UpdateAn update from the Geography department- on behalf of Humanities! The Geography department has organised a range of field trips to support the learning of Year 12 Geography students. On all of these trips, students have worked incredibly well as a team, built some strong friendships and shown some extremely high levels of resilience. These field trips have been organised to support student learning and preparation for the Year 12s Geography coursework that they will be working on from now until Year 13. These trips started in January when fifteen Year 12 students went to Dorset for 3 days with Miss Chalkley and Mr Bale. We collected a range of data on place representation in Boscombe and a range of physical fieldwork including measuring beach profiles along Chesil Beach- students really did experience fieldwork in extreme settings with it being the first storm of the year, 50mph winds on the coast was very interesting! The students really were an asset to Chobham Academy and completed some excellent work coping extremely well in often difficult conditions- Miss Chalkley's waterproof trousers did provide some hilarity for the group! We then went on our next field trip in February, this time to Bradwell on Sea to allow us to have real world experience of our Changing Places case study with Mr Eyre and Miss Chalkley. This involved a presentation by the village vicar explaining the history of the village and answering any questions that we had. Next, the students worked in groups to complete a range of human fieldwork activities to support their understanding of fieldwork methods. This was finished off with a village tour in the minibus by Mr Eyre! Again, the weather wasn't on our side and students showed great resilience to complete the range of fieldwork activities planned to support their learning.  Finally, Mr Bale and Mr Khan took Y12 students on a walking field trip around Hackney Wick- it was nice and sunny this time! This trip was designed to support student understanding of their local area and give a real world experience of their other case study for the Changing Places topic that students are currently working on. The field trip also allowed students to develop their fieldwork techniques to support their NEA preparation over the coming weeks and months
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