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15/07/19

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Reflecting on these strong artistic observations of society today and their issues around housing and displacement by young people from in displaying their work at Gallery for the https://t.co/BMFTIw8V64

15/07/19

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Please see the result of ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ KS2 ⁦⁩ Finals. Well done ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & ’s 🏆⚽️ https://t.co/Tv49xvHxNX

15/07/19

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Last day of our paid programme today. We wish them all every success, especially if they decide to . Thank to and for hosting our wonderful . https://t.co/T2p2PReFZD

12/07/19

Chobham Debate Students were chosen out of over 240 schools across the country to compete in the National Debate Mate competition this week. The competition was high and our team won two out of their three debates! https://t.co/U4jDDzTRKf

12/07/19

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What a performance from year 8 student Omari who has taken Chobham’s first gold of the 2019 sports day. 👏🥇 https://t.co/64AN0gJxkG

12/07/19

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It was a pleasure to be at for their Y10 group’s final session... many thanks to them and to mentors for an excellent year’s work! 💫 Here are some reflective drawings, perhaps with hidden psychological meaning! https://t.co/kJn3j57dBx

12/07/19

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has secured a second medal as Kyrann has smashed her year 8 200m final with a 3rd place finish. 👏🥉 https://t.co/9oAq6iQo0D

12/07/19

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Eliza has done proud with a brilliant performance in the year 9 800m final. Finishing 2nd in a cracking race. 👏🥈 https://t.co/3sUwXFTrKa

12/07/19

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It’s a forth medal for as Nathaniel takes home a silver in the year 9 boys 800m final. 👏🥈 https://t.co/jGekXbITKz

12/07/19

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are making themselves heard as they cheer on the year 9 boys relay team as they prepare for their 4 x 100m relay final. https://t.co/QeCSdVJDvR

12/07/19

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To conclude the events, the year 9 boys relay team smashed their 4 x 100m PB with a time of 47.03 seconds and a silver medal to the wrap up a good day for . Well done boys 👏🥈 https://t.co/dFid4bbMfm

11/07/19

Mr Samolis’s form with the luxury of a carriage to themselves enjoy reading on the train https://t.co/lh2D2D2l5k

11/07/19

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The qualified sports day athletes have arrived and are all set for the 2019 Sports day final. 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️ https://t.co/8TWFw70XWy

11/07/19

Mandela Delegates join in with our celebrations https://t.co/I8RSkXmeQg

11/07/19

Mr Mirza makes it clear Weare1 !! https://t.co/rrr0L0gxFt

11/07/19

Smiles all around Chobham today https://t.co/QeYVWZvz11

11/07/19

African Drums were out at lunch https://t.co/PvvrNt8WTp

11/07/19

Team Science leading the way https://t.co/fIBjxKdJuk

11/07/19

Primary Carnival this afternoon https://t.co/unSrP1jpBc

10/07/19

Our Yorkshire Clan getting involved - Brilliant !! https://t.co/GsW7v0oMb8

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Welcome from the Executive Principal

Chobham Academy is an Independent Academy for students aged 3-18. 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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Academy Life

14 May 2019Visit to Hampton Court PalaceThe Chobham Academy Cultural Capital Research Project is a series of field trips to sites of cultural relevance in and around our beautiful capital city, London. Designed to develop a wider perspective of what learning can be and also stimulate an appreciation of how subjects such as Art, Dance, history and even Ecology can interrelate, the selected students embarked on their first field trip of the research project on Tuesday 14th May. The visit to Hampton Court Palace proved a resounding success with both students and staff agreeing that they had an incredibly enjoyable and culturally rewarding day out in the sun.   Two of the students who attended the trip said the following -   Kinza – ‘I'd just like to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this amazing experience. It was a really nice, relaxed and calm day. The palace had amazing architecture, beautiful gardens and flowers and some gorgeous china. The art work in the galleries were really interesting as it was very different compared to the art I see more often e.g. more vibrant and more modern, so it was really interesting to see such art work that had completely different style and techniques. The architecture of the walls inside the galleries was also amazing, the walls had gorgeous designs as well as the frames of the art pieces and the stair cases, not forgetting the amazing ceiling windows we saw above one of the art galleries right before coming down from the 2nd floor. The water fountains and the vines were designed extremely well, making them really sink in with the environment of the palace. Not forgetting the china with the flowers inside, seems like an extremely elegant creation. And finally, I don't think there are many negatives about the trip as it was really relaxed and enjoyable. Once again thank you for the great opportunity’   Deborah – ‘I really liked the trip because it gave me a lot of historical insight and artistic out look to the grounds.’
14 January 2019New York Trip - January 2019Last week 28 students and 3 staff embarked on Chobham Academy’s first ever Performing Arts trip to New York.  On arrival at the accommodation, students were able to sample some local fast food before heading up to the Top of the Rock for stunning night-time views across New York City.  Bagels were then ordered and delivered the next morning before a guided tour of Manhattan with sights including Grand Central station, the Flat Iron Building, New York Public Library, Chrysler Building Lobby and finally Times Square. After some down time allowing students to change and get ready we progressed onto Ellen’s Stardust Diner where every member of staff is aspiring to be a Broadway performer. Whilst eating and socialising the staff all perform big Broadway numbers, entertaining students and allowing them to sing along! After an entertaining feed we went on to watch Avenue Q at the New World Stages Theatre with some uncontrollable laughs! Friday saw the students visit Lincoln Centre of Performing Arts, the largest Performing Arts organisation in the world for a guided tour. Students were then given an opportunity to visit Central Park and play on the Heckscher Playground before some retail therapy at Macey’s and surrounding area. We then ate at Planet Hollywood which showcased famous movie memorabilia including the original Annie bucket! On the last day we went on the Staten Island Ferry and saw the Statue of Liberty and the beautiful New York skyline. All students had an amazing time in New York and I know it will be remembered forever. A special thanks goes out to all the parents/carers who supported with this trip and allowed their child to attend. Without your ongoing support none of this would have been possible. Also, a special thanks  to Ms Stewart-Parker and Ms Stephens for all your help! Let’s see what 2020 brings!
8 January 2019Innovation Day - Tuesday 8th JanuaryOn Tuesday 8th January secondary students took part in an Innovation Day.  Year 7 student’s took part in Newham’s Every Child A Theatre Goer scheme, the whole of Year 7 visited the Stratford Royal Theatre to watch Sleeping Beauty. Students were entertained with first class acting, singing, dancing, audience interaction and comedy in the production.  Other students took part in a series of workshops and seminars run by the charity Prison Me! No-Way! This is a national educational charity with a core aim of raising awareness among young people about the causes, consequences and penalties of crime. Year 9 students visited the local area, spending part of the day looking at the history of East Village and the Olympic Park and then going out and walking around East Village to look for practical ideas to improve the area. Year 10 Students were taking part in a series of workshops based on the Sex and Relationships education curriculum as outlined by the DFE. The workshops will be based around three themes “healthy relationships”, “understanding your body” and “consent”. Year 12 students were involved in a variety of sessions focusing on the below: 1.My Bank came in to run an interactive session on ‘uni dosh’ 2.Chobham RAG week for year 12 was launched, students presented ideas to the year group. 3.Assembly from an external speaker from Investment 20/20 ALL of year 12 students on opportunities for jobs and school leavers programmes.
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