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18/05/21

'It is hard to navigate in a world where you are told what you are rather being seen and understood for how you perceive yourself. The importance of the individual and their own personal racial identity should take precedence over any attempts at categorisation.'

18/05/21

continue to demonstrate amazing effort in completing work to a high standard and responding well to set. https://t.co/PshHxZyiRV

18/05/21

Today's the day! students can register with from today using the buzzword sent to them on email!

18/05/21

This video was used as a fun and engaging way to introduce the nervous system. Watch this space for compilation of their own original song and rap of the nervous system; endocrine system; and synaptic transmission. https://t.co/ElNDIsRffC

18/05/21

intervention is not running tonight due to year 8 PCE but don't forget to use this time to complete Maths Watch

18/05/21

Mr Bale's have been designing plastic pledges to get schools, businesses and individuals thinking about how they can reduce their plastic use. Some fantastic suggestions are attached- well done Year 8!! https://t.co/yZ5I8N1aKo

18/05/21

Retweetd From Harris Primary Academy Purley Way

Reception children loving ’s visit today and learning all about the farm animals. https://t.co/59dyq9FeNr

18/05/21

Retweetd From BBC Young Reporter

Artists have transformed the centre of Coventry to mark the start of its year as City of Culture 2021, which began at the weekend 👇 https://t.co/L5k46ORP37

18/05/21

Retweetd From University of Oxford

Today is and they are back open!🎉 🦕 🌺 🎨 📚 ⚛️ 🏺 There are incredible exhibitions available now and throughout this year. Click below for booking information ⬇️

18/05/21

Retweetd From BBC Young Reporter

It is 30 years since the first British person went into space 🚀 Find out more about this moment in history and astronaut Dr Helen Sharman who was a scientist from Sheffield (via ) ➡️ https://t.co/bZV6rDPUjO

18/05/21

Retweetd From World Book Day UK 📚

It's your last week to enter our brilliant competitions to win new children's books! There are plenty of booky prizes to choose from, so enter now before the end of the week. https://t.co/WySFqeuXav https://t.co/G4W66XzXzQ

18/05/21

Retweetd From Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The Information Point has reopened 🥳 Our dedicated Park Champion volunteers are on hand from 11am – 4pm every day to answer any questions you have about your visit 🙌 It's located just opposite the London Aquatics Centre 👌 https://t.co/4jlT6S1Trq

18/05/21

So exciting to see the fashion magazine covers looking so professional! https://t.co/w1YBc1zzvL

17/05/21

Retweetd From Fatima Silman

Performing arts is a vital part of child’s development. Well done Chobham for making drama lessons current, fun and all about personal confidence and development!

17/05/21

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

No clubs will be running this afternoon as a result of the weather conditions ☔️ & there will also be no clubs on tomorrow due to year 8 parents consultation evening. We apologise in advance for any inconveniences this may cause

17/05/21

Now that are NQTs are nearing the end of their NQT year - they will need to be thinking about next steps. Here are six ideas to keep their developing effectively over the coming year. NQT Special: Six steps to effective professional development https://t.co/MTDOwdwB29

17/05/21

the May Parents' & Carers' Pack covers supporting your child's mental health, myth busting , in Health, apprentice perspective articles, in furniture & manufacturing & much more! https://t.co/xhmaW1qKvS

17/05/21

Retweetd From Amazing Apprenticeships

the May Parents' & Carers' Pack covers supporting your child's mental health, myth busting , in Health, apprentice perspective articles, in furniture & manufacturing & much more! https://t.co/VZlReWTjv8 https://t.co/XY4RjrRFP4

17/05/21

A few tips for our from the Early Careers Framework Handbook The way we communicate within the classroom has a big impact on the environment we create. https://t.co/t7DDzA91p9

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Academic Results 2020

Academic Outcomes 2020

Examination outcomes for GCSE and A Level in 2020 were based upon Centre Assessed Grades. These were defined as being the grades that individual students were most likely to have achieved in each subject had they taken their examinations.

At Harris Academy Chobham, we engaged in a detailed process to determine our Centre Assessed Grades. These were based upon a range of robust, internally moderated data including baseline information, termly assessment outcomes and mock examinations results. We are therefore confident that the grades our students were finally awarded are a fair reflection of their ability and commitment to their students.

On the basis of this years awarded grades, the Academy’s Progress 8 calculation is 1.09 and our ALPs score (A Level progress) is 3 – the highest possible being 1.

Academic Results 2019

Chobham’s GCSE results have been consistently above the national average and place Chobham in the top 15% of schools in the country. The table below show Chobham’s results for the last three academic years.

 

2017

2018

2019

Progress 8 Score

0.54

0.38

0.38 (provisional)

Attainment 8 Score

52.7

51.85

54.97

Percentage of Students Achieving both English and Maths at C+/4+

73%

73%

79%

Percentage of Students Achieving a 5+ in both English and Maths.

57%

49%

55%

Percentage of pupils achieving the EBAC

32%

46%

55%

Percentage of Pupils entered for the EBAC

64%

82%

86%

  • 79% of students achieved a grade of 4 or more in English and Maths (5% more than last year).
  • 55% of students achieved a grade of 5 or more in English and Maths (6% more than last year).
  • 55% of students achieved the EBAC (9% more than last year).
  • 104 grade 9s achieved across the Academy.
  • 42 students achieved at least one grade 9

Top Performing Students

Zubayda Hassan –  achieved ten grade 9s.

  • English Language
  • English Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • History
  • Mandarin
  • Physics
  • Religious Studies
  • Music

Syeda Raeesah Islam – achieved six grade 9s, four grade 8s

  • 9 in English Literature, English Language, Mathematics, History, Physics, Sociology
  • 8 in Biology, Chemistry, Mandarin and Religious Studies

Idris Shaikh – Six grade 9s, three grade 8s

  • 9 in English Literature, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography, Physics, Religious Studies
  • 8 in Biology, Computer Science, Mandarin

Abdulla Abid – Three grade 9s, six grade 8s

Muhammad Suleman Khan – Seven grade 9s, two 8s

 

Full details are also available on the DfE website:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139703?tab=secondary

 

Year 13 A Level Results 2018/19

 

In the summer of 2019, 168 students completed A Levels in the following subjects:

 

Art

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Computer Science

Drama & Theatre Studies

Economics

English Literature

Geography

Government & Politics

History

Mathematics

Physics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish

EPQ - Extended Project

 

Outcomes

 

SFR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Destinations

 

In September 2019 our students have graduated from Chobham Academy to some of the top universities in the country. Destinations include UCL, Warwick, Durham, Kings College London, University of Leeds and University of Southampton.