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19/10/18

Wishing all of our students and staff a very restful and enjoyable half term break! We will see you all back at the usual time on Monday 5th November

19/10/18

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OCTOBER HALF TERM ACTIVITY - EASTHAM LEISURE CENTRE 11:00 - 4:00 MON - FRI !!FREE!! 10 - 16's FUTSAL with SIGN UP TODAY!! https://t.co/vvEAWQOzi1

18/10/18

On Monday our y12 did a tour of London for . What an amazing city we live in! https://t.co/9wtj0fzNBs

18/10/18

On Friday we had a themed lunch menu! Our students enjoyed stew chicken,rice & peas w/sweet potato. So tasty! https://t.co/kktjWpccDv

18/10/18

Today we held the first Chobham House Games, it was a fantastic day where teachers and students participated in the https://t.co/P8F9A6Jy9u

17/10/18

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Do you like Chemistry? Lead Practitioner and Subject Leader: Chemistry required .Apply now https://t.co/hgJQ3I2gh7 https://t.co/0hhdOG7CrQ

17/10/18

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The Chobham Academy year 7 & 9 Boys football teams enjoyed themselves last night at the Lyca mobile cup. Where the met a few familiar faces 👀⚽️. https://t.co/hwIU2BnlTp

17/10/18

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30 students took part in ‘Restart a Heart’ day yesterday! They all learnt valuable CPR and life saving skills and know what action to take in an emergency https://t.co/hwnRoIcR5n

17/10/18

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Thanks to teachers and pupils for inviting to join their CPR training session on 20 enthusiastic pupils learned their life saving skills today https://t.co/qrFTEKhqaY

17/10/18

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Our year 9 after winning their football match yesterday. Well played boys! ⚽️ https://t.co/GRemzS11Eg

16/10/18

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Our Youth Practitioners are available to support young people who may want to talk about the incident at Forest Gate Youth Zone https://t.co/MvJdKlxgUj

16/10/18

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We have an amazing opportunity for an in Residence to join , working with its wonderful primary school children. Find out more about this unique role and apply at https://t.co/CcQ6l7HfLZ https://t.co/DR4FDGYeHn

11/10/18

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Vice Chair gave a talk at today to inspire young people to think about careers in the NHS - another one of the many celebrations to mark birthday! https://t.co/ywP8iVM0HU

11/10/18

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

Lovely Chinese printmaking coming from primary pupils thanks to Moore 老师 :) https://t.co/dMy5oECUld

11/10/18

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Artist in Residence required at https://t.co/xeDbSqxHiJ

11/10/18

Retweetd From Martin Marshall

Great questions from the 16 year olds: ‘what’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen as a GP?’ I have a long list

11/10/18

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Spent the day at teaching workshops on the importance of representation in popular media as part of their awesome programme their running this month. Great students, Great school, fun was definitely had. 🌚 https://t.co/jJqPwLIdfi

11/10/18

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This looks awesome 👏🏾

11/10/18

Illustrator Dapo Adeola worked w/ Y5,7&8 students to teach them how to draw their own for https://t.co/WnI3MooZyQ

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Student Leadership

Chobham Academy Prefects

Our academy aims to develop in its students a positive and enterprising attitude to learning.  In everything we do, we will embed our six core values to ensure students fulfil their potential:

  • Excellence: Be exceptional in everything we do.
  • Respect: Be dedicated to relationships.
  • Integrity: Be true to our word.
  • Innovation: Be challenging in our approach.
  • Collaboration: Be one team.
  • Trust: Be open and transparent.

Academy Prefects make a valuable contribution to the wider school community at Chobham Academy, taking on important leadership roles, assisting and supporting both staff and pupils, liaising with prospective parents/carers, students and other visitors and acting as excellent role models for their peers and younger students.

As Academy Prefect, we offer students the opportunity to:

  • Develop their leadership skills;
  • Develop their ability to work in a team;
  • Develop their ability to use your initiative;
  • Become actively involved in the day to day running of the school;
  • Extend their Curriculum Vitae (CV);
  • Provide positive evidence for Sixth Form, College and job references;
  • Become a more well-rounded human being.

Year 11 Honorary Prefects 2018-19 

Congratulations to the following students representing Chobham Academy as Year 11 Honorary Prefects:

Last Name First Name
Abdullahi Amiira
Ahmed Fabbiha
Islam Syeda Raeesah
Mendes Correia Angel
Li-Ping-King Sophia
Lowe Nicole
Nazeer Ammaarah
Szanto Barbara
Abid Abdullah
Chhata Muhammed
Mohamed Ali
Muridi Abdullah
Balachanda Sharon Pratheep
Lombi Junior Lungu
Islam Khadeja
Kargar Shafia Sonia
Khan Armaghan
Khan Muhammad Suleman
Mbambu Roni Mpemba
Nampela Beatrice
Shaikh Mohammed Idris
Uddin Suraiya
Ibrahim Hamse
Oludare Daniel
Azad Shakirah
Chowdhury Jawad
Joymungul-Khan Sherena
Orliaku Chisolum
Patel Sruti
Tedros Samuel
Vakharia Tanisha
Xu Muyan

Year 10 Academy Prefects 2018-19 

The Year 10 Academy Prefects election process will commence in September 2018.

Job description

Below you will find the main duties and responsibilities of our Academy Prefects:

  1. Academy Prefects will be expected to act as role models for the rest of the year group and for the lower school. They will be expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary manner at all times.
  2. Academy Prefects will be required to represent the Academy’s student body at the majority of internal and external Academy events such as Open Days, Parents’ Evenings, Celebration Evenings, primary school visits, and events such as the whole school production and art exhibition. Duties on these occasions vary but will include hosting, speeches, assisting with refreshments, welcoming, and compeering, judging or similar.
  3. Academy Prefects will act as a point of communication between students and staff. They will be expected to gather opinions from and represent the best interests of the student body. They will be asked to feed back to staff well thought-out and well evidenced opinions. In order to facilitate this, the Academy Prefects will be expected to make themselves available to students, possibly by putting together a regular ‘open door’ meeting rota or alternative form of communication.
  4. Academy Prefects will be expected to share the responsibility of regular lunch time duties (plus other monitoring duties, where mutually agreed e.g. Library, Theatre or Sports Hall). They will be expected to monitor other students’ behaviour and uniform, and point out any issues.
  5. Academy Prefects will be given responsibility for creation and maintenance of displays within the school as agreed.
  6. Academy Prefects may be required to organise (and supervise) trips, events, innovation days or guest speakers from time-to-time, as agreed.
  7. Academy Prefects will act as the first point of contact for assisting and organising house events such as assemblies or tournaments, as well as charitable events.
  8. Academy Prefects will be expected to play an active part in promoting the ethos and values of the Academy through marketing, organising and attending events within the community.
  9. Academy Prefects will be expected to play an active part in the transition of Year 6 students to Year 7, arranging regular visits, taster lessons and events, as well as assisting during the Year 6 Testing Day and Year 6 Induction Day.
  10. Academy Prefects will be expected to volunteer to assist wherever needed and within reason.

Personal specification for the role of Academy Prefect

Below you will find a summary of the key competencies a potential Academy Prefect should have:

Key Competencies

Essential

Desirable

Experience & Knowledge

Understanding of the Academy rules and codes of behaviour

Confident to enforce the rules wherever required

 

Experience of helping out during an Academy event or scheme e.g. Open Evening, Boss Day, assembly or whole school production

Confident speaker with proven experience

 

Proven track record of following Academy rules and procedures including excellent behaviour, punctuality and attendance

 

Abilities & Skills

Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate sensibly and maturely with a variety of audiences

Experience with working on projects or events with different age groups

 

Ability to work flexibly, on own initiative and as part of a team

 

 

Ability to manage relationships with tact and diplomacy

 

Other

Enthusiastic and willing to undertake further responsibility, training and development as required

 

If you have any questions regarding student leadership at Chobham Academy, the prefect system, the application process, the job description, the personal specification or the selection process, please contact Mr Stander at t.stander@chobhamacademy.org.uk .