Five main awards issued to our fantastic students - one of which is sponsored by


The very talented Fionn in , wowing the parents at our annual evening


It was so lovely to welcome our Parents and Carers back to site this evening to celebrate our and students both past and present


Chobham Academy does not bar students from Sainsburys although we do attempt to manage numbers at busy times of the day for the benefit of the local community.


Our Year 10 scientists are measuring growth of bacteria looking at the impact of different cleaning agents on limiting bacteria growth.


Our senior leadership team read for next half term has arrived from ; excited to get our teeth into Huh! by and


Retweetd From Channel 5 News

A teacher whose body was found in South East London on Saturday has been described as "kind, caring and dedicated". Police believe Sabina Nessa, who worked at Rushey Green Primary School in Kidbrooke, was murdered - and are now appealing for witnesses. |


Do you make wellness a priority? What are you top tips?


Doug Lemov returns to the podcast to share tips to support teachers and students for the return to classrooms - a great listen for our teachers at Chobham for the start of our Autumn term😀 #


has announced a set of features to help users struggling with mental health issues and thoughts of suicide. Click the link from to learn more


Friend of the Academy has released his new single today on . Leon has dedicated endless amounts of time to supporting future musicians at the Academy so let’s show our support for him by downloading his amazing new track


Retweetd From Dr. Bryan Pearlman, EdD, LMSW - #MaslowBeforeBloom

What self-care looks like?


Retweetd From Global News Toronto

Tip: How do you know if your child needs to take a multivitamin? Naturopath has advice for parents.


Retweetd From Ian Kremer

Please re-Tweet to raise awareness that the feelings underlying anger are the opportunities to heal.


Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Well done to sixth form student Wiktoria who achieved a D*D*D* grade in CTEC Sport. Wiktoria has now moved to Poland to play professional football for 🙌👏⚽️.


Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

The Football Academy boys are back in the swing of things with their first ‘Fitness Friday’ session of the academic year.🙌🏃💨


Retweetd From Tom Sherrington

Thank you - what an incredible day. Congratulations and thank you. 🙏🏼🔥#rEd21


Retweetd From Shane Richardson

Great day at national conference. Great inscription outside from Ulysses. Highlight was the inimitable

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How will my child learn?

Is there a balance between direct teaching and learning through play?

We ensure that there is a balance between adult-led and child-initiated activities across the day. We believe that even during child-initiated activities, adults’ interaction with the children is essential as this helps to support the children’s understanding and so guides new learning. The role of the adult is to continually model, demonstrate and question what the children are doing, either through participation in the children’s games or encouraging the children to participate or complete a task with the adult.

What direct teaching will my child receive in Nursery?

Children have phonics or maths lessons every day.We teach maths through practical activities on the carpet and in small groups. Children begin to learn phonics through guided activities which aim to develop listening and attention skills and the ability to play with rhymes and alliterations. We teach Read Write Inc, a systematic phonics programme, in Summer.

What kind of activities will be on offer for my child at Nursery?
Children are offered a variety of different activities throughout the day, both indoor and outdoor. These may include imaginative play, activities to help with numeracy and literacy, construction and problem-solving, story time, dance and movement and rest and relaxation.  There is plenty of opportunity for free play to allow children to be inventive and use their imaginations. We also provide Forest School sessions.

What is the academy’s behaviour management policy?

Harris Academy Chobham promotes a high standard of behaviour to ensure we have an atmosphere where outstanding learning can take place. ​You can find a link to the academy’s behaviour management policy here