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02/04/20

Yes, our Easter holiday begins Monday for two weeks

02/04/20

Morning all, as we find ourselves adjusting to working and studying from home, here are some top tips to keeping safe when using the internet. https://t.co/XxCrcMVvXR

02/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

WE ARE LIVE!!! Let's go 😀 https://t.co/r9yaWEIdeW

02/04/20

Retweetd From YoungMinds

Our Parents Helpline is now open until 4pm. If you are worried about a child or young person, please do get in touch. https://t.co/lIdjgaWeHJ

02/04/20

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Public Health England have published guidance for parents and carers on supporting young people’s mental health during the coronavirus outbreak. Please share to help get this information to people who need it most. https://t.co/cXcwC1dP4a

02/04/20

Retweetd From Oxford Primary

We have now added 11 new Read Write Inc. eBooks to Oxford Owl for Home, so that children can continue their Read Write Inc. learning journey at home. More free support to be added over the coming days! Visit: https://t.co/xWOGxRF1YU https://t.co/HpEfg6Dozc

02/04/20

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'I am not superhuman but I always use exercise as a way to lift my mood.' Joe Wicks says his exercise class for the nation is there to keep spirits up during the coronavirus lockdown. Joe also revealed his videos have raised nearly $100,000 for the NHS so far. https://t.co/GU4clW97X2

02/04/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

Day 4 - today’s activity focuses on jump rope (skipping). These 5️⃣ steps will help and improve your skipping skills and other jump rope tricks that we’re going to work on over the next few weeks! The skills will also improve your balance, coordination and endurance. https://t.co/te2LR04PBB

01/04/20

Retweetd From Body & Soul

We are launching MindSET -a FREE Mental Health Livestream for people aged 16-30. Giving teens / Young Adults the skills to cope&manage during this crisis. Starting this Weds.1st April, 11.30am GMT To join us email: enquiries.org Share & RT 💕 https://t.co/gfw8ODNsBV

01/04/20

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Free access to our interactive learning site full of activities and games for primary aged children https://t.co/81wphnnhZP 👈 https://t.co/ufRry9AFAR

01/04/20

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Don't forget to tune into our daily phonics lessons. Subscribe and turn on the notifications to never miss a daily Read Write Inc. Phonics lesson. https://t.co/xZHLYegQyV Speed Sounds Set 1 - 9.30 am (GMT) Speed Sounds Set 2 – 10.00 am Speed Sounds Set 3 – 10.30 am

01/04/20

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For all the recipes from so far, click here >>> https://t.co/xMf2iS0tkM https://t.co/RaHEZU6FG1

01/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

There's over 250+ free home workouts on my channel 😀 From beginner to advanced 💪🏻 https://t.co/k5DyHMsp1V

01/04/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

Here’s Day 3’s activities ....... send us through your attempts... plenty of room for your imagination and creativity! https://t.co/8we5RSQSsb

31/03/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

Day 2 of our PE home learning. It’s been brilliant to see so many ‘healthy selfies’, keep sending them through and sharing, to inspire others 😊! Below in the comments section is my own attempt. Enjoy https://t.co/lgFzVS8OpS

30/03/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

A little PE lesson for children to try at home today. It would be great to see some ‘healthy selfies’ of children trying out these activities, to share with classmates and others. My home video is in the comments section. 😊 https://t.co/0oo1IUbkW5

30/03/20

Retweetd From Chobham Academy

Here’s another list of activities for our Chobham students to try this week https://t.co/Admbc1JwW6

30/03/20

Here’s another list of activities for our Chobham students to try this week https://t.co/Admbc1JwW6

27/03/20

There’s an exciting opportunity available for any Chobham students who are animal lovers this morning. Click the link below to watch a live tour of Chester Zoo at 10am. https://t.co/nSvpA2X33H

25/03/20

Online plays are being streamed, bread making workshops, live bingo and digital pub clubs. There's all sorts to have a go at! https://t.co/rEJN6aOqRl

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All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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Our 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.