Chemistry for Breakfast - the best combination for half term revision! Our Year 13 Chemistry students are working hard, preparing for their upcoming mocks. Going through exam questions, taking lead and teaching others using the white board. 😃


Today's African many of you need to reconnect with true friends post pandemic?


Remeber to support wellbeing of our friends, family and colleagues!


Today we will be discussing this African Proverb and how it links to the values. How does it relate to yours?


A powerful video used in the Maths department- Dan Finkel invites us to approach learning and teaching math with courage, curiosity, and a sense of play. Our teachers will review these techniques to implement them in their lessons!#professionaldevelopment


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Whilst the staff are taking part in the virtual inset day, the students are completing their required practical work


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What does today's African proverb mean to you?


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Today our students have been considering an African proverb. What does it mean to them? How can they apply this to the Chobham ?


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Lucy Ellis our Lead Practitioner delivers a calm and engaging session to our trainee teachers on Behaviour Management techniques 👍


All clubs are cancelled tonight due to a staff meeting. However table tennis and West Ham girls football will still be on.


Celebration Evening is in full swing with students demonstrating how we develop all aspects of


Parents taking in the atmosphere created in our new during our Open Evening


At Chobham every department has a more able lead, and as part of their professional development this half term they are reading 's new book 'Teach to the Top', we look forward to them sharing their new ideas next month!

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Posted on June 28th 2021

Year 9 History Workshop


On Tuesday 22nd June, a group of Year 9 History students were joined via live video link by a Palestinian and an Israeli who answered the students' questions on topics surrounding the on-going conflict in Israel-Palestine.  The aim of the workshop was to equip students with the knowledge and the skills to make positive, solutions-focused contributions to the debate which they were really successful at doing.


Some of the excellent questions that the students independently prepared and asked included:

Do you have to change how you act outside of your house compared to at home?

Do you think the conflict can be peacefully ended?

What do you like about the other group's religion?

Have you been to any areas of conflict?

Do you notice the conflict in your day-to-day life?

Have you experienced discrimination due to the conflict?

If you had a chance, what would you ask the other side?

What did you hear about the conflict while growing up?

Is the conflict commonly discussed among friends and colleagues?


There were many more questions, and in fact the students had more that they wanted to ask and the facilitator kindly offered to pass these on to the speakers later.  The students concluded the session by reading about the different interests that Israelis and Palestinians have around the land, both current and historic, and discussed in groups what they thought the best option for resolving the conflict would be, as well as considering the challenges this might present.   It was great to hear some really thoughtful and considered responses from students, who were engaged with the session throughout and were a credit to Chobham.  The facilitator spoke very highly of them at the end of the session.


Thank you so much to Ms Eldrid for organising!