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18/05/20

Mental Health Awareness Week https://t.co/k1lniXYaWz

18/05/20

A new week with some new classes in the top 3. Great work everyone especially 9Y-MA4 that has almost doubled the amount of tasks completed compared to last week https://t.co/l0RUgTcnQy

18/05/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Summer term week 5     challenge. This weeks challenge is focused around the app TikTok. We challenge you to be creative and create your own exercise TikTok or replicate Miss Ellis. Send your videos to your PE teacher via email. Good Luck. https://t.co/oIDCteNdYb

13/05/20

Celebration students’ maths work. A well deserved congratulations to last weeks' top 3 classes for all your effort! https://t.co/c8sv60MaZf

11/05/20

Retweetd From 🆆🅴🆂🆃🆈

Can’t wait to Mr Starkey’s challenge!

11/05/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

🚨 BIG ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨 The PE Instagram is officially back after many years of being absent, go and check us out! 📸 ChobhamacadPE ⚽️🏀🎾🏓⚾️🤸‍♂️🤾🧘‍♀️🧗

11/05/20

During the coronavirus lockdown, all staff at Chobham Academy remain committed to providing up-to-date and relevant career advice for our students. This is our most recent careers bulletin which offers guidance and advice about student's career choices and pathways. https://t.co/vYdmyXdFP9

07/05/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Summer term week 3    challenge. This weeks challenge requires upper body strength & balance. You will be challenged to put a t-shirt over your head whilst in a handstand position being supported by a wall as demonstrated by Miss Ellis.🤸👕 Good luck! https://t.co/kPyJoTxzyZ

07/05/20

Today is the most important holiday for Buddhists 🙂 Happy Vesak Day - The Buddha's birthday! https://t.co/wlZBbvGfUa

01/05/20

St Joseph's Hospice in Hackney has played an essential role in palliative care, for our community for over 100 years. All funds have been lost - if you are able to support them the link for donations is https://t.co/BfFN9oYpkX

30/04/20

Well done to Renee in Year 9 for demonstrating some outstanding photography skills to complete one of the Geography department's challenges!! https://t.co/cXcFumFCQJ

28/04/20

Retweetd From Barking and Dagenham

UPDATE 28 APRIL | Today is International Workers’ Memorial Day and at 11am we held a minute’s silence to remember all our health, care & front line workers, who have sadly lost their lives to coronavirus. Now, more than ever, we owe it to them https://t.co/s3YYGSCVbN

28/04/20

Retweetd From World Book Day UK 📚

DID YOU KNOW we have lots of FREE booky activities to keep the kids busy during lockdown. 🎨 DOWNLOAD activity sheets to get creative! https://t.co/HiDFW6kZ8b 🎥 WATCH 12 Author & Illustrator Masterclasses https://t.co/1coDYfUVo8 🎮GAMES to play online https://t.co/EtENcE4CKm https://t.co/y80Fto2eQG

28/04/20

Retweetd From 🚒 LFB Fire Cadets 🚒

Come and watch LIVE Bake Along at home on our account at 2pm with Coordinator Lucy ..... don’t miss out! https://t.co/yWNcu1mSWX

28/04/20

Frankenstein is being streamed on the National Theatre Live YouTube page on Thursday at 7pm and is highly recommended by our Performing Arts team! Please click the link below: https://t.co/fkkL08cxNF

28/04/20

Retweetd From NSPCC

Without our incredible volunteers, we wouldn't be able to answer the young people who contact Childline. & without people contacting our helpline, we wouldn't be able to protect the children we do. Together we can help children & young people who need us now more than ever. https://t.co/Mpc3KHo4BL

28/04/20

Please see attached the current schedule of online learning from E20 Foundation https://t.co/e2cRho6WYb

27/04/20

Retweetd From The RCN

We're urging the country to observe a minute’s silence on Tuesday to remember all the health, care and other key workers who have lost their lives to . Please help us spread the word. 👉 https://t.co/nEtdx0gsmp https://t.co/wuLH8D82gL

27/04/20

The Chobham CEIAG team have created ‘Top Tips for Working from Home’ – it has been developed in collaboration with peers from a range of industries and job roles. All of them have been working from home for a number of years. https://t.co/gRWJi2nWJW

27/04/20

Retweetd From Emma Robinson

So proud of the community https://t.co/RJZm1FZIbX

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Posted on June 5th 2019

Year 12 Transitional Assembly

On Wednesday 5th June, our Year 12 had their Transitional Assembly. This was a special occasion for the Year 12 as they have had a brilliant year so far and so it was only right that we celebrated all of the amazing achievements and highlights this year group had experienced. Highlights were successful Lendlease applications for work experiences; students being accepted onto the EY Futures Scheme as well as the Allen & Overy programme. Students have also impressed us all with performances and direction in their drama performance of DNA and their very own published student magazine called Title which was supported by The London College of Fashion. Additionally, students have taken part in International Tennis Tournaments and joined various exciting summer schools and work experience programmes. Our Head Boy and Head Girl have also been a pleasure for the Principal and Head of Year 12 to work with so far. Last but not least, we acknowledged the success of Rag Week and the funds that were raised towards end of year Sixth Form celebrations.

As a result of such an excellent Year, students enjoyed a surprise visit from a V.I.P guest, TV and Radio personality, Melvin Odoom of BBC Radio 1, Strictly Come Dancing and many more! He was interviewed by Ms Kibela, the Head of Year 12 about his academic experience, the importance of work experience and how he stayed focused on achieving his dreams. Melvin was so impressed by his visit to Chobham Academy that he has said he is happy to come back any time to work with our students.