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25/06/22

Retweetd From Malcolm Drakes

Amazing finale to our conference with a performance from our pupils https://t.co/L9UmouHZFf

24/06/22

Our Prefects were tasked with awarding praise cards during our year 6 transition day- using praise to raise confidence https://t.co/SXbmJxVWmQ

24/06/22

What system do you follow when planning a new scheme of work? Our middle leaders discussed the key active ingredients and which comes first https://t.co/jTrLl42jJs

21/06/22

Our Lead Teacher for EAL led a great CPD session on the importance of seeing EAL learners and how we reflect on the challenges they face on a daily basis. Our trainees also looked at the impact of translating to home languages and modelling language. https://t.co/CDmhOCOdrt

20/06/22

Any specific concerns please contact the relevant Head of Year.

20/06/22

We will continue to provide face-to-face learning as we have done during previous strikes. We expect students to do their best to get to school in a timely manner, the vast majority of our students live within a mile of the academy.

17/06/22

Retweetd From UCL Computer Science

We are so pleased that was recognised for her dedication to at this week's . Read our full report on Meena's work with students: https://t.co/fdg8hHigDp https://t.co/GUFzqHzlGJ

14/06/22

Based on his research from Matt Bromley's 'five ways of making teacher explanations work', Mr Bale delivered a CPD on 'explaining & modelling'. He provided our trainees with some tangible strategies they could use in their practice so that all students could access the learning. https://t.co/5ZYoNCF94t

10/06/22

As an all-through school our curriculum is planned from Early Years through to Post-16. Our primary and secondary subject leads meet regularly to discuss curriculum and progression. This morning our maths leads met and discussed their curriculum. ⁦https://t.co/W6vZyou3Gr

09/06/22

Yesterday and today Year 10 students carried out fieldwork at Walton-on-the-Naze for https://t.co/ywJOSaG42R

07/06/22

Retweetd From School-Led Network

🔦 SPOTLIGHT ON FACILITATORS 🔦 Meet Graeme Eyre - our School-Led Facilitator with ! 😀 Find out more about Graeme & what makes him proud to be a Facilitator here: 🖱️ https://t.co/SkNwZo0GJy | | https://t.co/P1RmhW0QNC

07/06/22

Our Lead Practitioner Jennie Stephens led an amazing, interactive session on the use of praise as a behaviour management tool. The aim of this session was to highlight the use of effective praise, the most powerful forms and how this can promote a growth mindset. https://t.co/lFie78lgAg

06/06/22

For today's Monday we are looking at the importance of empathy using 's video of 's brilliant talk: https://t.co/DYIFiUWmc6

01/06/22

Retweetd From Holocaust Education

We are delighted to announce we have reached 200+ & alumni in England, with 23 schools successful in their 2022-23 cohort applications. Congratulations! This is an highly successful, over-subscribed programme & we could not take all quality schools who applied. RT https://t.co/5qC37y9tdT

30/05/22

Retweetd From Alice Conibere

Aah, I just saw this! It was such a great day, and that art room was amazing. None of the fusty dustiness I associate with art blocks from my school days;) Looking forward to exhibition set-up tomorrow with https://t.co/8tfWrilDBb

27/05/22

Retweetd From National Institute of Teaching

NEWS! 🚨 Delighted to announce the School-Led Development Trust has today been appointed by to lead the new National Institute of Teaching - England’s flagship teacher & leader development & research provider. We can’t wait to get started! https://t.co/cLGZxaSzu5

27/05/22

Here at we approach all aspects of academy life in a way. To learn more head to our website and read all about our . https://t.co/JwDa9Z9H7t

25/05/22

A great sessions this morning delivered by Amelia Collins, she provided some useful tips on medium-term lesson planning. Engaging conversations taking place with our teachers- Nazrana said "this will help me with future planning and how to deeper my understand of the curriculum" https://t.co/QRRFt7nogx

24/05/22

A great CPD session from Ms Dutch this morning on using social media for connecting with subject communities to share ideas and speed up planning! https://t.co/PdaoG6Ig21

20/05/22

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Catch alumnus & last seasons Football Academy captain Max live on BT sports tomorrow afternoon (3pm), as he represents in their match against Chelsea foundation. Good luck Max ⚽️ https://t.co/uQDp6k5oE1

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Academic Results 2021

Academic Outcomes 2021

Examination outcomes for GCSE and A Level in 2021 were based upon Teacher Assessed Grades. These were grades determined by teachers based upon a series of formal assessments carried out in school.

At Harris Academy Chobham, we engaged in a detailed process to determine our Teacher Assessed Grades. These were based upon a range of robust, internally moderated assessments including two sets of formal mock examinations. We are therefore confident that the grades our students were finally awarded are a fair reflection of their ability and commitment to their students.

Academic Results 2019

Chobham’s GCSE results have been consistently above the national average and place Chobham in the top 15% of schools in the country. The table below show Chobham’s results for the last three academic years.

 

2017

2018

2019

Progress 8 Score

0.54

0.38

0.38 (provisional)

Attainment 8 Score

52.7

51.85

54.97

Percentage of Students Achieving both English and Maths at C+/4+

73%

73%

79%

Percentage of Students Achieving a 5+ in both English and Maths.

57%

49%

55%

Percentage of pupils achieving the EBAC

32%

46%

55%

Percentage of Pupils entered for the EBAC

64%

82%

86%

  • 79% of students achieved a grade of 4 or more in English and Maths (5% more than last year).
  • 55% of students achieved a grade of 5 or more in English and Maths (6% more than last year).
  • 55% of students achieved the EBAC (9% more than last year).
  • 104 grade 9s achieved across the Academy.
  • 42 students achieved at least one grade 9

Top Performing Students in 2019

Zubayda Hassan –  achieved ten grade 9s.

  • English Language
  • English Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • History
  • Mandarin
  • Physics
  • Religious Studies
  • Music

Syeda Raeesah Islam – achieved six grade 9s, four grade 8s

  • 9 in English Literature, English Language, Mathematics, History, Physics, Sociology
  • 8 in Biology, Chemistry, Mandarin and Religious Studies

Idris Shaikh – Six grade 9s, three grade 8s

  • 9 in English Literature, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography, Physics, Religious Studies
  • 8 in Biology, Computer Science, Mandarin

Abdulla Abid – Three grade 9s, six grade 8s

Muhammad Suleman Khan – Seven grade 9s, two 8s

Full details are also available on the DfE website:

https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/139703?tab=secondary

 

Year 13 A Level Results 2019

 

In the summer of 2019, 168 students completed A Levels in the following subjects:

 

Art

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Computer Science

Drama & Theatre Studies

Economics

English Literature

Geography

Government & Politics

History

Mathematics

Physics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish

EPQ - Extended Project

 

Outcomes

 

SFR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Destinations

Each year we succeed in achieving some excellent university destinations for our Year 13 students.

In September 2021 our students graduated from Chobham Academy to some of the top universities in the country. Destinations include UCL, Warwick, Durham, Kings College London, University of Leeds and University of Southampton.