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20/05/19

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 https://t.co/Z51Xdb3gxa

20/05/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

First climber to ring the bell at the top of the climbing wall! Well done Noor 🧗🏼‍♂️ https://t.co/NFjgbpsZHM

20/05/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Saturday morning activities have begun 🏹 https://t.co/nRhGcO6xD3

20/05/19

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

20/05/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

A fun evening exploring and playing games in the woods 🌳 https://t.co/QZ8CNglXXQ

20/05/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Year 8 students showing excellent teamwork and bravery on Jacobs ladder today 🧗🏼‍♂️ https://t.co/I44tgYAxsy

20/05/19

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

students have arrived at camp and beginning their first activity for the weekend 🧗🏼‍♂️ https://t.co/JtDXV36wXo

17/05/19

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

17/05/19

Retweetd From cliff manning

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 https://t.co/2v8VK4aUus

17/05/19

Year 8 pupils enjoying the build up to watching Tom Daley in the Diving World Series. https://t.co/Px5Os5CJA7

17/05/19

Retweetd From Eastside Community Heritage

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. https://t.co/xv8JkzPhfv

16/05/19

History through the ages: The atmospheric kitchens of Hampton Court https://t.co/9VYqRewq5Y

15/05/19

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

15/05/19

Our year 9 winner for today’s spelling bee through to the finals is Samira Ahmed (Adichie House) and... https://t.co/bKKY7wyhPY

15/05/19

Next up Year 9 and 10!

15/05/19

Year 8 Winner was Maya Makove from Franklin House

15/05/19

Year 7 Winner was Sharea Burgess from Ramanujan House

15/05/19

Chobham Spelling Bee - Today’s house event results so far https://t.co/9USW4e7Jn0

14/05/19

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. https://t.co/Z51Xdb3gxa

14/05/19

Retweetd From HeadStart Newham

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! https://t.co/lIUXlGWnBi

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An Inclusive Ethos

In Chobham Academy students are made aware of the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance for those of different faiths and beliefs. Our ethos reflects these values. We place emphasis on building positive relationships in school between students and between staff and students. We strongly believe students should not merely be taught such values but that they are embedded into school life. We strive to support our students to develop into confident, happy, successful young adults who have an empathy and understanding of those less fortunate than themselves. The information below reflects how Chobham Academy works via promoting British values to achieve a balanced social, moral, spiritual and cultural curriculum.  

Chobham_Page_Images_06Students are encouraged to give their views and respect others via the Chobham pillars of Excellence, Respect, Innovation, Collaboration, Trust and Integrity. These are embedded in a number of ways: Student Parliament, weekly PSHE tutorials, assemblies as well as our broad and balanced curriculum, Safeguarding procedures (including the monitoring of the internet, identifying any concerns or patterns of usage) and Enrichment. Mutual respect and tolerance is promoted to include: anti bullying, disability, race/ethnic identity, religion/belief, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, sex (gender), age, marriage/civil partnership, being pregnant or having a child   - and raising awareness of hate crimes related to these characteristics (Equality Act 2010). Students are led to understand these characteristics are protected by law and are part of British Values (from 2011 Prevent Strategy) ,not just taught but embedded in school ethos/life and also includes: 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 – thereby preparing them  for life in modern Britain where they will feel confident to support each other and to and stand up to discrimination and challenge extremist attitudes. This awareness underpins the academic curriculum and is taught in every subject in a variety of traditional and innovative ways.

Staff are trained through CPD to be aware of/monitor changes in behaviour which may indicate a change in beliefs and this is reinforced through a strong pastoral system. They are the positive examples for modelling behaviour and setting standards of attitudes and behaviour in school which promotes equality for all and inclusive teaching – whilst celebrating diversity. These attitudes are reinforced via our 6th form students and through the election of MPs in every tutor group, in every Year, who form the student parliament and embed within the school an ethos of mutual respect through positive relationships.

Students are proactive in celebrating British Values through their social, moral, spiritual and cultural development. They support others in an enthusiastic and rigorous fashion which includes – but is in no means exhaustive -  the Shoe Box Appeal, Food Bank Appeal,  Children in Need, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Save The Children, Cancer Support, Charity Week, Rugby World Cup. Students also act as volunteers both in school and in the wider community, as well as participating in whole school celebrations of many religious and cultural festivities such as Chinese New Year, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, World Book Day and Shakespeare Day! These provide opportunities to explore different religions and to understand people of other faiths and cultures by challenging stereotypes.