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23/11/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Join us again for our second virtual live HIIT session with Mr Starkey tomorrow at 3.45pm. The session can be accessed via the link below through MS Teams - https://t.co/bKHy2HwWk7 Or through our Instagram page - @ chobhamacadPE Let’s see if you can keep up 🦾

23/11/20

Retweetd From Church E20

Congratulations 👏

20/11/20

Students built their own circuits using a difficult circuit diagram and collected data to find the Capacitance of a Capacitor. https://t.co/gPzspk7ZHh

20/11/20

Students in Physics for Aspire day - completing a practical on Capacitor Discharge. https://t.co/nDcbilcr3R

20/11/20

Make attendance a priority! How parents can help! https://t.co/ks1p0afrDc

20/11/20

Congratulations Today we have drawn the voucher winners for students achieving a 100% attendance last half term. The winners are below. https://t.co/xJDJElFEWp

20/11/20

Retweetd From Giselle Fitipaldi

Posters from Y7 students about why languages are so important, skills you develop learning a language and possible careers. https://t.co/I95clIhpuj

20/11/20

This shows them the preparation needed in 6th form for their skills session they have each week. The last photo is the end goal! https://t.co/q8hKd4AHGD

20/11/20

Year 11 have their Art session for Aspire day. Students are making a plaster relief based around natural forms using a clay base and plaster of paris https://t.co/AMMcQN1dY1

19/11/20

Retweetd From YoungMinds

Men, it's okay to accept that you’re struggling. You don't need to have a stiff upper lip or pull yourself together. They are phrases of the past. We all have mental health, and we all need and deserve help when we struggle with it.

19/11/20

Retweetd From JCP in East London

Receptionist and Administrative Assistant in Stratford, London Info/Apply:https://t.co/5Bmc7qSH3Y https://t.co/q9NylBcrnn

19/11/20

Retweetd From Department for Education

All children should feel safe in school and at home. Education Secretary talks about the importance of protecting our children and young people from bullying. https://t.co/HuyXEO2kg4

19/11/20

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

If you are thinking about starting a career in primary education, we would love to meet you! Come and meet the team online via Zoom on Wednesday 25th November! To register, please click on Eventbrite link: https://t.co/PQMNGFQ3n2

19/11/20

Retweetd From YoungMinds

Things society needs to normalise for men: •Talking about feelings •Seeing vulnerability as a strength •Crying •Asking for help •Expressing emotions •Regular chat about mental health

19/11/20

Retweetd From Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Spot iconic London 2012 venues on your walk through the Park! 👏 Although the venues are temporarily closed, luckily we can still appreciate the beauty of the architecture 😍 https://t.co/OsW0W7oK64

18/11/20

Retweetd From Church E20

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18/11/20

The Chobham Music Project has begun with a West African drumming session. More events to come over the year developing students cultural appreciation of music. https://t.co/51RtKW94sv

18/11/20

Year 10 Chobham Experience students taking part in a Maths masterclass. They are looking at proof which Danica says is more in-depth than just looking at the calculations because they are learning to understand the theory behind the calculations. https://t.co/HiU64oSayG

18/11/20

Students will learn about the relevance of music in different societies, the history of the music and the practical aspects of the music.

18/11/20

The first initiative of many in Chobham’s Cultural Music Programme. The aim is to give Chobham students an authentic cultural music experience through a series of workshops with musicians from a variety of cultures. https://t.co/51RtKVRt3V

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Our Values and Vision

At Chobham Academy, we wish to assist the development of our students in four key areas:

  • Academic - achieving the best examination outcomes they are capable of.
  • Learning - developing curiosity and a true love of learning. We want Chobham students to be equipped with skills to help make them confident and effective life-long learners.
  • Social - helping students acquire the social skills and attitudes which will help them to form effective relationships both within and beyond school. These include excellent communication skills and the ability to be polite and friendly in any environment.
  • Citizenship - we want our students to become active young citizens who have an informed social conscience and who take an interest in the world around them.

These aspirations are embedded in our six Chobham pillars upon which our outlook and behaviours are based:

  • Excellence – being exceptional in everything we do
  • Respect – being dedicated to mutually rewarding relationships
  • Integrity – being true to ourselves and our work
  • Innovation – being creative and challenging in our approach
  • Collaboration – being one team
  • Trust – being open and transparent

To help us achieve our ambitions we aim to make the following provision a typical experience for all students at Chobham:

  • Great teaching and learning
  • Strong and supportive relationships with fellow students and staff
  • A diverse range of enrichment activities and trips
  • A safe and secure environment where young people can express themselves with confidence
  • Outstanding role modelling from adults in the Academy community
  • A range of external speakers and mentors
  • An inspiring learning environment
  • A broad and exciting curriculum that meets the needs and aspirations of all students.

An inclusive school

Chobham is a school where all students are recognised as individuals and appreciated for their own unique personality and talents. At Chobham everyone is encouraged to be the best they can be and nobody is allowed to fail.

We are a richly diverse inner London community and a robustly comprehensive school. At Chobham difference is celebrated and everyone is welcome. Within our school community, no one is overlooked. Our house and tutor systems ensure that all students are known and their achievements recognised.

Students are encouraged to give their own views in a reasoned way and to do their best to understand, and always respect, the views of others. Our Student Council and Curriculum Advisors give structured routes for every student to contribute their opinions.

At Chobham, we do believe that schools have a role to play in guiding young people to develop morals which help them to lead a healthy, happy life and through their actions to benefit others. Our assembly and PSHE programmes and the frequency and quality of day to day discussion between staff and students helps our students to think in a community centred way.

Mutual respect and tolerance are integral elements of our school culture at Chobham. We promote an inclusive approach to issues surrounding disability, race and ethnicity, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, marriage/civil partnerships and parenthood. The Academy has a zero tolerance approach towards bullying.

Students are helped to understand the attitudes and beliefs that are protected by law and form part of British values. These values are not just taught but are embedded in our school life and ethos. British values include; individual liberty, the rule of law, democracy, tolerance for those of different faiths and beliefs, mutual respect and awareness and tolerance of communities which are different to their own. This helps prepare our students for life in modern Britain, giving them the confidence to support one another and to challenge discrimination and extremist attitudes. This philosophy also underpins the academic curriculum and is taught through every subject.