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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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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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Raising the Bar

Raising the Bar at Chobham Academy

Ability comes in many forms and, at Chobham, we are committed to stretching and challenging all of our students equally and appropriately, including the most able. We appreciate that some students may be more able in a range of subjects, others may excel only in one. Regardless of this, it is our job to ensure that all of these students thrive and that their talents are celebrated. 

Each area of the curriculum is represented by a More Able Lead, a teacher responsible for ensuring higher ability students are given a range of opportunities to develop their talents further.

Subject Area


Business and IT

Mr Kloss

Creative Arts

Ms Stephens


Mr Boyd


Ms Gillespie


Ms Hagglund


Ms Gao

Performing Arts

Mr Birt


Mr Okunja


Ms Bryan

As well as ensuring teaching and learning at Chobham enables students to achieve the best examination grades, these teachers organise trips, workshops and enrichment classes to add depth and breadth to the curriculum. In 2018 this has included: a mentoring programme pairing students with professionals at Morgan Stanley; Sixth Form students working closely with the Academy’s Artist in Residence; a talk from a member of the Premier League’s Hall of Fame; and the opportunity to build a kit car, supported by engineers from Siemens.

Students from the Academy recently took part in the World Scholars' Cup. Students did exceptionally well and are through to the next stage of the competition. Some of the students who took have written about their experience below:

The World Scholars' Cup was full of ‘pwaaing’ alpacas, debating kids and a chance to show your public speaking skills. It was a phenomenal event where we in teams of three had to take on extremely hard tasks that took us to our limits. People should definitely try this unique and interesting competition because it helped young people work collaboratively and made even the hardest work really fun. We believe we did amazing debating but the scholars bowl and challenge won it for us. Even though our team was probably the youngest in the junior round we came third in the whole tournament against 14 year olds! Also even if we didn’t get through to the global we would still be happy because we got a free alpaca and it was an experience of a lifetime!!!

By The Mad Hatters! (Aryan Raj, Haroon Shaik and Thomas Drew)


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