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Year 9 students from enjoying their first tutorial .


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Today we registered our 1000th member to the E20 Football Foundation. Since starting this project 4 and a half years ago we could only dream that it would become this huge. Thank you:


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🎶🕺🏼🕺🏿🕺🏽 What a great opportunity !


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The street dance workshop has begun!


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Our cohort 1 of had their first School Experience day of this academic year at . They were so eager to teach that they ended up taking over the Maths department! What a credit to the programme - well done!


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Oh help, oh no, It's a Gruffalo! Take part in our fun adventure finding The Gruffalo and other famous characters by following clues across town centre! Pick up a trail map from businesses or download from where you can also find full details.


Music Therapy workshop with y12


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Impressed by the brilliant people at who devised their school engagement project. Great creative meeting with


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to last week's events at the RCM! We learned how to have fun with beat boxing - many thanks to session leaders , & for making this happen!


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All tweets regarding CEIAG are now going to be sent from our main twitter feed . Please follow this feed instead


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Well done to duo Omari and Michael who represented in today’s under 14’s victory against Norfolk ⚽️


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Year 8 Girls Football Team Wednesday (Home) v Friday (HOME) v Busy week for the girls playing their first games of the season.


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Many thanks for hosting us yesterday for Y8 & Y10 netball matches.


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7 a level students from and are attending a whole day of lectures on Chinese history, first up - to what extent was the Great Chinese famine caused by the Great Leap Forward?


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Y8 Girls vs is scheduled for next week Friday 30th.


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Yr11 got to meet some very famous faces today ledge with the yr7s


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And some more sakho


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And the year 7s got to play too


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Students from Chobham with HRH Prince William - against violence

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Enrichment and Homework


Enrichment is an integral part of our curriculum on three days each week. Enrichment classes begin at 3.00pm and all students are required to attend at least two enrichments each week. All enrichment sessions form part of students’ timetables.

In enrichment, students are given the opportunity to extend their learning beyond the normal curriculum, increase their cultural capital and develop interests which will hopefully last a lifetime. Importantly, enrichment also gives students the opportunity to work with children of other ages in a structured learning environment.

Enrichment activities are volunteered by teachers and chosen by students for a term or for the whole academic year depending upon the activity. Students are able to select from a menu of enrichment subjects so that they are engaged in activities which meet their preference and extend their learning experiences.

The current Chobham enrichment menu includes:

  • Sports
  • Drama
  • Orchestra
  • Dance
  • Debating
  • Manga
  • Languages



Homework is central to learning at Chobham Academy. We expect all teachers to set homework regularly; students to complete homework conscientiously and parents to support homework and tell the Academy if any issues arise.

Well planned homework enhances and extends the learning students encounter in class. Some homework should embed class learning, other pieces will involve finding out about and explaining new things. What all homeworks should have in common is that they are thought out by the teacher, relevant and appropriately challenging for students.

All students should record homework in their planner. Parents can also check what homework has been set via the Show My Homework website.

Here is an approximate guide to the amount of homework students should be doing each week:

Years 7-9: 30 minutes per subject each week (English, Maths and Science have two homeworks a week).

Years 10-11: at least one hour per subject each week (English, Maths and Science have two homeworks a week).

Post 16 (A Level and Vocational): a minimum of five hours of homework for each subject.