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On a day for the history books, delivered a poem that more than met the moment. Young people like her are proof that "there is always light, if only we're brave enough to see it; if only we're brave enough to be it."


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🎉SAVE THE DATE! 🎉 We’ve teamed up with our brilliant friends & Kids (and some special guests!) to bring the nation’s kids together and discuss some really important ways to stay happy and well right now. When? 9am Mon 1st Feb Where?


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We’re thrilled to launch the in partnership with , which will offer free books and audiobooks to pupils as they learn from home. 📚 This week, you can read 's The Story of Tracy Beaker. Visit 🙌


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Joining us for another week of ? Here’s your timetable! 📚 📺 Primary Bitesize Daily & more on from 9am. 📺 Secondary Bitesize Daily & more on from 1pm. 's also on BBC Red Button. Catch up on all the shows on !


Today we have worked in partnership with a vegetarian food company call Vegilantes to supply our Chobham families with over 360 portions of free healthy food options


First up is Alex Jarrett, an actress form East London


Watch/Listen to our new where each week Mr Avory will interview a different person from the performing arts industry!


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Students at Kamala Harris' alma mater, Howard University, say they feel "joy" to see one of their own in the White House


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One day soon we'll be splashing about in the fountains at the Park and we can't wait! 👏 Until then, please ensure you're following Gov. guidance when visiting the Park. You can find out more here 👉


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Outstanding!!!!! This impact will make a difference to our students outcomes and chances at a successful life. is the type of resource we need to share with other schools in newham


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We’re throwing it back to March 2019 as our current year 10’s (year 8 at the time) visited the . The students were able to get an insight into sports related courses at degree level.


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Boris Johnson has said it is too early to say when lockdown will end


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Needed that after a day on the laptop 😅 I’m on the floor out of choice, not necessity...👀 Just one of the workouts on our YouTube channel for the students to complete! 💪🏾


Year 9 Students – The GCSE Preference programme starts today – watch the video event live on the academy YouTube Channel


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Brand new video podcast from performing arts department - Episode 1 with


An inspiration to all our young ladies at Chobham


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President Biden signed his first executive orders on Wednesday, which include a mask mandate on federal property, rejoining the Paris climate accord and providing support for underserved communities.


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“We would want to give all schools a clear two-week notice period.” Education Secretary tells that he will give schools “enough notice as possible” before they reopen. Get live updates:

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Dress Code

All students are expected to dress in a professional or business-like manner. Clothing needs to reflect the professional environment of the Academy. Students need to be mindful that although there is a difference in circumstances in Sixth Form, younger students will always compare what Sixth Form students are wearing with what they are prohibited from wearing. Sixth Form students need to be aware that they are regarded as role models and consistent standards of professional attire help set a purposeful and business-like manner.

We expect all students to dress in a professional manner as would be expected in a formal corporate environment. For example, tailored suits or smart trousers and tops for women, and a formal blazer, tailored skirts should be at an appropriate length. Tailored shirts and ties are expected for men. Footwear should be smart and formal. The following items of clothing are not allowed unless there are specific requirements where previous authorisation from the Head of Sixth Form.

  • Leisure or sportswear (except for PE and sports events);
  • Denim Jeans;
  • Trainers;
  • Flip flops;
  • Leggings;
  • Shorts;
  • Visible body piercings (other than earrings and nose stud) and tattoos (unless covered);
  • T-shirts/vests;
  • Clothing made of sheer fabric exposing underwear;
  • Baseball caps.

This list is not exhaustive and the Head of Sixth Form and other members of the Leadership Team have the discretion to review what may or may not be appropriate.

Students must ensure their appearance is smart, business like and appropriate for the tasks undertaken. Individual colouring of hair is permitted but must adhere to this requirement. The Academy reserves the right to make a judgement in keeping with a professional environment.

The Sixth Form recognises that Sixth Form students are entitled to wear cosmetics not offered to students in the lower school so allow students to wear makeup and aesthetic nail decoration. We ask students to consider the professional style of their makeup and nails, so do not allow excessive use of fake eyelashes. Nail art must be professional in appearance i.e. not multicoloured, and length must be appropriate to carry out schoolwork. Staff within the Academy have the discretion to challenge students where appearance is not deemed professional.  

The Sixth Form values and recognises the diversity of cultures, religions and disabilities of their students and will take a sensitive approach when this affects dress requirements. The Sixth Form will usually accommodate appropriate religious and cultural dress and appearance unless it creates a health and safety risk to you or other people.