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21/07/20

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

16/07/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

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!! 🥇🥈🥉🏆

16/07/20

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 https://t.co/cXJiGJw37C

13/07/20

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. https://t.co/HYDNEAbUQ0

13/07/20

To access more exciting content from Chobham Academy, please visit and subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://t.co/6URzHUSbVo

13/07/20

Our new Year 7 cohort have been given a copy of the text to read over the summer break and we are hoping they will enjoy reading along with members of staff.

13/07/20

Follow the link below to find our read-along resource for 'The Boy at the Back of the Class' by Onjali Rauf https://t.co/xyC8sMiTAD

09/07/20

Retweetd From Sky Sports Cricket

"Until we educate the entire human race, this thing will not stop." Michael Holding delivers a powerful message, explaining why . https://t.co/2jiATkOqQ4

09/07/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

It’s been an amazing year for PE. What a way to round off the 2019/20 academic year looking through some of sporting and classroom monents that have been caught on camera.📚⚽️🏐🧗🧘‍♀️⛹️ https://t.co/xfca9T9HjS

07/07/20

Retweetd From Speakers Trust

A fantastic Digital Final tonight saw Láura Prochnow take third place with her speech 'Láura NOT Laura'. Well done Láura! https://t.co/rs7yFig1dz via

06/07/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Year 6s who are joining us next year - don’t forget to get your scores in for our Virtual Sports Day!! Deadline is this Friday!!!! https://t.co/iQf8viW1KD

06/07/20

This week’s Wellbeing Bulletin has been sent home. As usual it is packed with ideas to support you, your family and friends so please do share it.

06/07/20

Celebrating students' maths work . A well deserved congratulations to last week's top 3 classes for all your efforts! https://t.co/RJUggyHxdj

02/07/20

Retweetd From Design...Engineer...Construct!

Budding architects & engineers in east London, L👀K East Summer School programme! https://t.co/cGppRVHlkX

30/06/20

Retweetd From Kelly Nolan

Thank you all, appreciate all you are doing and support.

29/06/20

With the start of a new week we want to celebrate the amazing completion of 21,964 questions in week 5 through Home Learning tasks.Congratulations to the 10X-Ma2 for earning the top slot for the first time! Let's keep up the good work in week 5! https://t.co/cyh1eczUpK

29/06/20

Our well-being bulletin is being sent home to parents today. We hope you find this useful!

22/06/20

With the start of a new week we want to celebrate the amazing completion of 23,584 questions in week 4 through Home Learning tasks. Congratulations to the top 3 most improved classes! Let's keep up the good work in week 5! https://t.co/3hVvfVnWhS

19/06/20

Quotes from students below about their learning experiences at school today It has been great to get some face to face feedback on my composition Being able to discuss and debate face to face and in real time with my peers

18/06/20

A special congratulations to Vishal who won the vote of the guest judge with his fantastic magic tricks!

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Our Curriculum

Many of our key curriculum aims for Sixth Form are similar to the principles to be found lower down the school. These have however been adapted to take particular account of the learning needs and aspirations of Sixth Form students:

 

  • Sixth Form students will follow an A Level or vocational pathway. In a small number of cases, students may follow a combination of both A Level and vocational qualifications. Prospective Sixth Formers will be directed on the most appropriate pathway for them depending upon their GCSE results. Students will need to meet Chobham’s qualifying grade criteria for whatever pathway they choose to follow.
  • Once having selected the most appropriate qualification pathway students will be supported in making the subject choices which are best suited to their talents and future ambitions. Even within the constraints of the narrower post 16 pathways, we ensure that students have a wide subject choice. A full list of the subjects available for post 16 study appears below.
  • Students are supported in ensuring that their subject choices make for logical combinations and that, wherever possible, there is appropriate breadth to their curriculum.
  • As well as the academic curriculum delivered through lessons the school is very aware of the value of PSHE, Citizenship and careers education. These form an integral part of our education through our half termly Innovation Days and through tutor time as well as in lessons whenever appropriate.
  • Enrichment is an integral part of our curriculum on two days each week. Enrichment classes are a compulsory element of each student’s timetable and they give students an opportunity to extend their learning beyond the normal curriculum, increase their cultural capital and develop interests which will hopefully last a lifetime.
  • The concept of the wider curriculum is embedded at Chobham. We believe that learning at school incorporates everything the students do between leaving home in the morning and returning in the evening. This includes the way the students build relationships, how they move around the school buildings and how they conduct themselves at breaks and lunchtimes.
  • Homework forms part of every subject’s curriculum and we expect students to complete homework conscientiously. Each department has an our of lesson study timetable for sixth form students.
  • The effective and principled use of technology is built into our curriculum as a theme running across all lessons and other curriculum activities. We want Chobham students to be competent users of IT equipment and software who also understand the opportunities and potential perils presented by the internet and social media.
  • Throughout the Chobham curriculum, we wish to encourage the development of key learning skills. Foremost among these are resilience, independent organization, problem-solving and inculcating a love of learning.
  • Hopefully, this website will answer many of your questions on the Chobham curriculum.

However, if any questions remain, please address them in the first instance to info@chobhamacademy.org.uk
 

The Moral Dimension and Citizenship

There is a strong moral dimension to the curriculum at Chobham.  We believe that there are beliefs and behaviors which our school should seek to inculcate and develop in our students in order that they may become active and happy citizens.  As such beliefs can often provoke discussion if not disagreement, it is important to us that all members of the Chobham community are clearly aware of what the Academy stands for and therefore able to express informed views on our practice if they so desire.

The values central to our world outlook at Chobham are based upon the aspiration that all of our students should become global citizens, content with their place in the world and successful in their families, friendships, careers and communities.  Foremost amongst the beliefs which support this ambition are:

  • That all of our students learn to value democracy and the fundamental freedom of human expression
  • That other core freedoms (for example in worship, relationships and political views) are equally respected
  • That our students embrace, celebrate and will protect the diversity of local, national and international communities
  • That our students will seek to always treat others as they would be treated themselves
  • That our students always listen and seek to see other points of view
  • That our students understand the threats to their natural environment and seek to challenge them

The enactment of our belief system is most visible in the relationships between students and staff across the school and the example given to students by staff.  Our sixth formers are also very aware of their responsibility in setting a moral example to younger students through their behaviour and the attitudes they display.

The Chobham curriculum has been designed to enable students to reflect on the themes outlined above.  Across all of our academic subjects, teachers will encourage students to reflect more widely on issues arising and their relevance to the world around us.  The curriculum has many opportunities for students to think, talk and write about topics which, as well as furthering their general education, have particular relevance to their local circumstances.

The moral dimension of our curriculum is further enhanced by those aspects of the curriculum which extend beyond academic lessons.  Each half term we have an Innovation Day which allows students to explore themes relating to morals and active citizenship in greater depth.  This includes activities which introduce students to aspects of our democratic system and also visitors from a range of faith backgrounds.  Through our daily tutorial structure, students are encouraged to learn about and reflect upon key issues in our society (such as crime, drugs and the use of social media).  They are then given the opportunity to discuss the moral dimensions of these issues and guided in developing their own views.  One day each week is spent discussing a current affairs topic in tutorial.  This assists students in developing their own perspectives on national and international issues.

Our weekly assemblies are also an important part of the Academy’s systems for developing the thinking and attitudes of our students.  Every student is involved in a house or year group assembly each week.  These assemblies discuss a moral theme for the week which is also addressed in tutor time.  At the end of every assembly, students are given time for prayer or silent reflection.

In combination, these systems and practices help us in developing Chobham students to develop into the active and thoughtful citizens we hope for them to become.  All of our curriculum content is constantly under review and will respond to new ideas, national and international events and changing student needs.

 

Chobham Post 16 Subjects
 

A Levels:

  • Art and Design
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • Geography
  • Government and Politics
  • History
  • Mandarin
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Religious Studies
  • Theatre Studies
     

Vocational Courses (CTECs):

  • Business
  • Media
  • Sport 
  • Science 

Entry Criteria for Sixth Form

 

Chobham Academy Sixth Form Entry Criteria

A Levels Pathway

Choose three A-level subjects below

Five GCSE grades 9-6 with grade 5 in English language and mathematics.

All students are enrolled at the discretion of the leadership team and individual results will be discussed as part of the enrolment process on GCSE results day.

 

English language

Mathematics

Other

Exam Board

Art & Design

5

5

6 in art & design GCSE

Edexcel

Biology

*

*

*

OCR

Chemistry

*

*

*

AQA

Drama

6

5

6 in drama GCSE

Edexcel

Economics

6

6

 

Edexcel

English Literature

6

5

6 in English literature GCSE

Edexcel

Further Maths

5

8

8 in Physics

 

Geography

5/6

5/6

6 in geography GCSE and 6 in either English language or mathematics GCSE

OCR

Government & Politics

6

5

6 in history GCSE

AQA

History

6

5

6 in history GCSE

Edexcel

Mandarin

5

5

B in Mandarin GCSE

Cambridge Pre-U

Mathematics

5

7

 

Edexcel

Music

5

5

6 in music or grade 5 ABRSM in instrument and grade 5 ARSBM in music theory

 

Physical Education

5

5

6 in PE GCSE

AQA

Physics

*

*

*

AQA

Psychology

6

6

6 in a humanities GCSE

AQA

Religious Studies

6

5

6 in religious studies GCSE

AQA

Sociology

6

5

6 in a humanities GCSE

AQA

Spanish

5

5

6 in Spanish GCSE

AQA

 

 

 

*A level science combination

Double science

GCSE

Biology GCSE

Chemistry GCSE

Physics GCSE

Maths GCSE

English language GCSE

Single biology

7, 7

7

7

6

7

6

Single chemistry

7, 7

6

7

6

7

6

Single physics

7, 7

6

6

7

7

6

Biology & chemistry

8, 7

7

7

6

7

6

Chemistry & physics

8, 7

6

7

7

7

6

Biology & physics

8, 7

7

7

7

7

6

All three sciences

8, 8

7

7

7

7

6

 

Vocational Pathway

Choose one of the four vocational qualifications below

Five GCSE grades 9-4

For students taking an additional A Level on a mixed pathway they must meet the entry requirements for the A Level subject they wish to study.

 

 

English language

Mathematics

Other

Cambridge Technical Business Level 3 Diploma (750 guided learning hours)

4

4

 

Cambridge Technical Performing Arts Level 3 Diploma (750 glh)

4

4

Grade 4 in drama, dance or music, or Merit in Level 2 Performing Arts

Cambridge Technical Sport and Physical Activity Level 3 Extended Diploma (1080 glh)

4

4

Grade 4 in PE or Merit in Level 2 Sport

CTEC Extended Certificate in Digital Media (1 A Level Equivalent)

 

4

4

 

 

Please note that courses are run at the discretion of the Academy and the Academy reserves the right to remove courses if there is not the demand