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08/04/20

Chobham has donated all the scientific goggles we have - 240 pairs to the Liberty Bridge Clinic and Stratford Health Centre The staff said massive thank you and of course we thanked them for all their amazing frontline work from everyone at Chobham Academy https://t.co/F1CL5A8SNJ

08/04/20

Retweetd From RuthMiskinedu

We now have copies of all of our poems on our website. Why don't you read along with your favourite Poetry Time films? https://t.co/iq1zCsjDx4

08/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

NEW!!!! I just uploaded a brand new 30 minute home HIIT workout 😀 Who's going to give it a go? 💪🏻https://t.co/5yHNxnpH8Y

08/04/20

Retweetd From BBC Children in Need

These are challenging times. So, for the first time, will bring you a spectacular night of live entertainment and a chance to support those significantly impacted by the crisis. 23rd April | 7 PM | More ➡️ https://t.co/UqD0h1EKlQ https://t.co/j6tEWlV6qL

07/04/20

We hope our parents enjoy the wellbeing bulletin emailed out today - full of useful hints and tips!

07/04/20

Retweetd From Kelly Nolan

Well done guys in supporting our front line workers. 👍👍👍👍

07/04/20

Retweetd From Strengthening Minds

Fantastic 👏🏻

07/04/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

A little bit of skipping for Day 7. If you don’t have a skipping rope, children can still take part with an imaginary rope. I’ve posted a short video in the comments below. Keep sending yours in 😊 https://t.co/PAqv2YR4rG

06/04/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

So, the year 10 GCSE PE class have been expressing their skills with a toilet roll 🤔 But, we all know that they have nothing on us 😎 Surely the best tekkers from a PE department 👀 https://t.co/QvI2cFmbeW

06/04/20

Chobham donates 230 goggles from the science department to the Chobham Health Centres and other local GP practices

06/04/20

It may be the Easter holidays but here are some Geography programmes for you to enjoy over the course of this week!! https://t.co/J9ucgc47lv

06/04/20

Retweetd From Primary Sports

Here’s our mini PE lesson 🎾🏸, for day 6️⃣. We’ll post a fun video 📹, with skills from this activity later. Remember to keep sharing your videos and pictures, for everyone to see 😊! Tip for the day - Try to establish a daily routine and stick to it 🙌🏻 https://t.co/qYlQbPvPk2

06/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

Good morning world 🌎 We're LIVE with PE With Joe 💪🏻 Please share to get more people involved 🙏🏻 https://t.co/d6ViptQT7v

03/04/20

Hi, how can we help? Thanks

03/04/20

Well done to all of the Chobham Geographers who have had a go at the activities posted by the Geography team- keep all of your contributions coming our way!! https://t.co/WeuJ7CCijm

03/04/20

Some great family activities and learning experience have been collated here including museum tours, cookery classes, online courses, online exercise classes and other tutorials! Take a look https://t.co/Ng9ZoFcXR3

03/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

We're LIVE!!!!! And it's Fancy Dress Friday 😀 https://t.co/CqwFS82CIY

02/04/20

Yes, our Easter holiday begins Monday for two weeks

02/04/20

Morning all, as we find ourselves adjusting to working and studying from home, here are some top tips to keeping safe when using the internet. https://t.co/XxCrcMVvXR

02/04/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

WE ARE LIVE!!! Let's go 😀 https://t.co/r9yaWEIdeW

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Sixth Form Personal and Social Development

Our aim at Chobham Academy is to help all of our Sixth Formers to become happy, successful and well-educated young adults. We want them to achieve the best higher education destinations and career opportunities that they are capable of.

By the time our Sixth Formers leave Chobham at the end of Year 13 we want all students to have accomplished the following:

  • Achieved examinations results which match or exceed their academic potential on joining the Sixth Form
  • Developed a love of learning for its own sake which will last beyond school
  • Developed sophisticated study skills which enable them to be highly effective lifelong learners
  • Undergone a range of challenges which have enabled them to be resilient and to think creatively under pressure
  • Had a successful experience of leading others
  • Developed social skills which enable them to be polite and comfortable around new people and to interact successfully with people from a range of backgrounds
  • Developed a strong sense of social responsibility
  • Developed a sound understanding of the main issues affecting society on local, national and international levels
  • Acquired cultural capital through encountering literature, art, music, history and experiencing the natural environment.

In order to achieve these ambitions our students will encounter a wide range of experiences during their career in Sixth Form. These include:

  • Leadership responsibilities within the Sixth Form and across the whole school student body
  • Leading younger students in a range of activities and always acting as positive role models for students lower down the school
  • Trips which place students in unusual and challenging environments (e.g. overseas adventures)
  • Charitable fundraising activities (e.g. rag week)
  • Volunteering with organisations in the local community
  • A programme of visiting speakers
  • Visits to universities
  • Visits to leading employers in a range of graduate entry professions
  • Cultural visits to theatres, galleries and places of historical interest

We want our Sixth Formers to learn about the world around them and to think about and discuss issues of relevance to themselves and their generation. The Academy has a strong moral code based upon the overarching principle of treating others as you would have them treat you. We want all of our Sixth Formers to actively abide by this principle in their daily lives in and out of school.

It is also important that our Sixth Form students have an understanding and appreciation of British Values. Students means possessing an awareness of how our democratic system works and appreciating its importance. Students are taught to value equality of opportunity, freedom of expression and the responsibility of all to contribute to how our country is governed.

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