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22/11/17

Thanks for the feedback - next week we are introducing lunch time study sessions staffed by a range of subjects and we have a Monday after school drop in session for Maths!

21/11/17

but we always welcome advice on how we can do more! Contact Mr. Eyre via the academy reception for a detailed discussion’

21/11/17

Thank you for raising your concerns - all students have had Revision lists, advice on guides and how to use them in lessons , over 40 intervention classes are running a week

20/11/17

You need to collect an application pack from Mr Stander or Mr Eyre ASAP. The Deadline for applications is Wednesday, 4pm

20/11/17

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Assistant Facilities Manager required at https://t.co/ZiwedRcT9y

17/11/17

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SEN Administrator required .Apply now https://t.co/wdFhVam3EX https://t.co/jVKv02KoeC

17/11/17

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Robert welcoming everyone in anticipation of and Prof Kuar of talking https://t.co/bJFOuNW9US

17/11/17

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Enjoying the Raising Achievement: Mastery of Mathematics event with Berinderjeet Kaur from Singapore’s Nat Institute of Education https://t.co/jbAOawFzPU

17/11/17

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teachers learning together... and it’s gone 6pm!!! Prof. Kuar discussing and teaching for https://t.co/kdYgcqFn4m

17/11/17

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Friendly competition amongst delegates to be first to solve maths probs ! Hmm would an OxfordMaths pun badge work as prize? https://t.co/RTwD9AOFo4

17/11/17

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Algebra disc exploration with ‘Guided Discovery’... and it’s nearly 6.30... we’re still going, and enjoying https://t.co/ZmMfRQwDRZ

17/11/17

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Thank you Robert Wilne & team , Prof Kaur, Vanessa Pittard and delegates for tonight’s v. enjoyable maths mastery event https://t.co/Zscz6XeXYD

17/11/17

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Interested in Performing Arts? Come to Check out what we’re about in our promotional video https://t.co/QJGGr9ebCV

16/11/17

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Good luck to the year 3/4 boys football team competition . https://t.co/dRDiaKuSlL

14/11/17

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We are at the halfway point of the Positive Behaviour programme These young people (and Mr Tem) are a joy to work with, excellent progress being made 💪🏻 https://t.co/psfEdP3myV

14/11/17

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Our brilliant Scholars had a wonderful day observing and lessons and practising their questioning skills. Thank you

09/11/17

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Looking forward to the STEM lecture at Imperial College https://t.co/fFsOb3w84A

09/11/17

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Really interesting STEM career pathways https://t.co/R4qSsOwBKC

24/10/17

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Delighted to mentor in Really impressed with their progress yesterday. Keep practising.

Harris Academies
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.

Science


Scientists have become the bearers of the torch of discovery in our quest for knowledge.
Stephen Hawking

At Chobham Academy, the Science department have an ethos which promotes discovery and exploration, through knowledge of scientific concepts. We are committed to ensuring that every child thinks as a Scientist.

The Harris Federation Schemes of Work for KS3 Science have been written in line with the aims and ethos of the new national curriculum and assessments (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-secondary-curriculum)

Each year group has been allocated appropriate content to ensure all students have the opportunity to achieve the highest levels of progress and attainment at GCSE. There are generally 2-3 units each half term.

The changes made to the curriculum at KS3 will prepare our students in gaining the scientific  knowledge and skills needed for life in modern Britain, secure access into and success in further education and raise standards to compete in a global job market.

Staff

Ms W Mehsana - Director of Learning, Science

Ms E Robinson - Assistant Principal and Teacher of Biology.

Ms K Gage - Teacher of Science and Lead Practitioner

Mr A Parker - Teacher of Science

Ms S Joomun - Teacher of Science

Mr A Butcher - Teacher of Science

Rhonda Bryan -Teacher of Science

Ms H Farooq Yusuf - Teacher of Science

Ms R Osman - Teacher of Science