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Retweetd From Ruth Miskin Training

Ruth says that the right group is where children will make the fastest progress in this video on assessment and grouping featuring


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First climber to ring the bell at the top of the climbing wall! Well done Noor 🧗🏼‍♂️


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Saturday morning activities have begun 🏹


Glad you got it sorted and were able to speak with someone


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A fun evening exploring and playing games in the woods 🌳


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Year 8 students showing excellent teamwork and bravery on Jacobs ladder today 🧗🏼‍♂️


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students have arrived at camp and beginning their first activity for the weekend 🧗🏼‍♂️


Hi, I am going to look in to this now for you


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It was fantastic to meet pupils to explore how we know what to trust online and how to design services that can help young people. Part of the youth co-design project


Year 8 pupils enjoying the build up to watching Tom Daley in the Diving World Series.


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Had a great time running back-to-back school sessions for our Growing Memories project at ! Used old maps, images, and oral history clips to make a questionnaire to hear their parents' experiences of change in Stratford.


History through the ages: The atmospheric kitchens of Hampton Court


Our year 10 winner for today’s spelling bee who is also through to this afternoons final is Amaan Islam (Adichie House)


Our year 9 winner for today’s spelling bee through to the finals is Samira Ahmed (Adichie House) and...


Next up Year 9 and 10!


Year 8 Winner was Maya Makove from Franklin House


Year 7 Winner was Sharea Burgess from Ramanujan House


Chobham Spelling Bee - Today’s house event results so far


Retweetd From Ruth Miskin Training

Children should be 'reading at their stage rather than their age' says Francesca Woods, Reading Leader at Watch the video for Ruth's thoughts on assessment and grouping.


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Exams can be a stressful time for everyone. Throughout we asked pupils across secondary schools how they tackle stress. Here are their top 5 tips to conquer exam stress!

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Essential information

In this section of the website you will find all the information you need to know about your child's school life.

In an attempt to remove all cash and cheques from school we are asking parents to use our e-payment method to pay for breakfast club, after school clubs, wraparound care, trips, and uniforms. This can be done online using a very secure website called ParentPay.

After joining the academy you will be provided with a secure online account, activated using a unique activation username and password; you will be prompted to change these once you login.  Please note both your Username and Password for future logins. If you have two or more children at the academy, you only need to activate one account as your ‘main account’ and then add your other children via the Add a child tab on your home page.

ParentPay holds an electronic record of your payments to view at a later date. Once you have activated your account, simply add your debit card and you can make online payments straight away.

If you haven’t signed up yet, or have lost your login details, please email with 'ParentPay' in the subject header and include your full name, your child's full name and class in the body of the email.

A ParentPay guidance PDF can be found in the download tab at the bottom of this page.

Below is a link to the ParentPay website.

MCAS (My Child At School)
My Child At School (MCAS) is an online portal for parents which enables them to view their child’s performance at school in real-time, via the internet. If you are unfamiliar with MCAS, Bromcom have provided a parent guide and a quick guide.

If you haven’t signed up yet, or have lost your login details, please email with 'MCAS' in the subject header and include your full name, your child's full name and class in the body of the email. The school ID is: 11365

Below is a link to the MCAS website.

(LRC) Learning Resource Centre
A quiet place for students to read, research and complete their work. Lots of books, including non-fiction to help with research and the latest fiction for reading for pleasure. PC’s and laptops, printer, photocopier and a variety of board games for break and lunchtime.

Opening Times: Monday to Friday: 8.00am-4.00pm

Contact: Ms Susan Burlace - LRC Manger / 0203 747 606 ext 6117
Tweet us @ChobhamLRC

To access the library catalogue click here
Library Catalogue
To access Accelerated Reader click here
Accelerated Reader

CAPTA (Chobham Academy Parent Teacher Association)
Our Parent Teacher Association does a wonderful job and is a huge part of our school community. CAPTA helps to raise funds for the Academy and also organise events which help Chobham build relationships with its local community. We encourage all parents and carers to take an active part in CAPTA, either as a committee member or joining in to help organise events. You can commit as little or as much time as you have available and our current parent helpers find taking part rewards and enjoyable.If you were interested in finding out more about CAPTA please contact Siobhan Dwyer, CAPTA Chair at

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command)
Keeping your child safe online

As students become increasingly active online, it's important to ensure that stringent checks are in place to keep your child safe. At the Academy, we educate students on the principles of internet safety. 
Further information can be found through following the CEOP checklist for parents: 
CEOP Checklist

NSPCC (The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) 
Share Aware Campaign

The NSPCC have launched a project, aimed at educating families about the dangers of the internet. Further information about how to keep your child safe can be found using the link below: 
Share Aware