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Chobham Academy A level student Kosar Ali's first feature film is released in cinemas tomorrow


To our students - can you remember what questions you most wanted answered before you joined Chobham in Year 7?


Hi, students can have their blazers off outside. Students can also remove their blazers in class with the teachers permission. Blazer sleeves should not be rolled up. Thanks


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The 6th form football academy are back in action with pre season this week.


Hi, we have written to all students today. You will know the outcome of your application within the next few weeks. Thanks


Good morning, can you please DM me your full name and I will check the status of this for you. Thanks


Morning views over Chobham!


The artwork that our students created during lockdown has been displayed outside Tate Modern as part of the Thames Festival. We focused on hand washing as our theme.


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Happy September, everyone! Why not wind down the summer by sharing stories with the whole family? We have lists of reading recommendations for all age ranges READS FOR 0-5 READS FOR 5-8 READS FOR 8-12


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We are working to create people-friendly streets in the Forest Gate and Maryland areas with a . If you're a parent/carer to children at school in this area, leave the car at home, think about a healthy start to the day. Walk, cycle or scooter to school.


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Enforcement of the schemes for West Ham CoE Primary School, Lathom Junior School, , Woodgrange Infant School and will resume from 3 or 7 September. Visit:


All the hard work has paid off.


Well done to the year 11 students across the board.


Hi, this has now been resolved and you should be able to view.


We are excited to find out we have received a grant from to enhance our enrichment offering with Latin next school year. Thank you !


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We have extended the deadline for our Year 6 Virtual Sports Day!! If you want to get involved please send in your entries by THURSDAY 16th JULY! Well done to all who have taken part so far!! 🥇🥈🥉🏆


On Tuesday evening Mr. Whitworth hosted a back to school briefing for parents where he answered questions about September that had been submitted ahead of time, if you were unable to attend you can watch a recording on our YouTube channel


Thank you so much for all your hard work over this school year. You have collectively answered over half a million questions on hegartymaths! A big well done to our top 8 classes.


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Posted on March 24th 2020

Geography Department Update

An update from the Geography department- on behalf of Humanities!

The Geography department has organised a range of field trips to support the learning of Year 12 Geography students. On all of these trips, students have worked incredibly well as a team, built some strong friendships and shown some extremely high levels of resilience. These field trips have been organised to support student learning and preparation for the Year 12s Geography coursework that they will be working on from now until Year 13.

These trips started in January when fifteen Year 12 students went to Dorset for 3 days with Miss Chalkley and Mr Bale. We collected a range of data on place representation in Boscombe and a range of physical fieldwork including measuring beach profiles along Chesil Beach- students really did experience fieldwork in extreme settings with it being the first storm of the year, 50mph winds on the coast was very interesting! The students really were an asset to Chobham Academy and completed some excellent work coping extremely well in often difficult conditions- Miss Chalkley's waterproof trousers did provide some hilarity for the group!

We then went on our next field trip in February, this time to Bradwell on Sea to allow us to have real world experience of our Changing Places case study with Mr Eyre and Miss Chalkley. This involved a presentation by the village vicar explaining the history of the village and answering any questions that we had. Next, the students worked in groups to complete a range of human fieldwork activities to support their understanding of fieldwork methods. This was finished off with a village tour in the minibus by Mr Eyre! Again, the weather wasn't on our side and students showed great resilience to complete the range of fieldwork activities planned to support their learning. 

Finally, Mr Bale and Mr Khan took Y12 students on a walking field trip around Hackney Wick- it was nice and sunny this time! This trip was designed to support student understanding of their local area and give a real world experience of their other case study for the Changing Places topic that students are currently working on. The field trip also allowed students to develop their fieldwork techniques to support their NEA preparation over the coming weeks and months