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I am delighted to introduce our school to you and our vision for the education of our students. Education is vital in shaping the future of young people and our professional teaching and support staff work together to ensure that they reach their goals during their time at The Chase.
The Chase is committed to maintaining the strong traditions and ethos, whilst ensuring the school continues to deliver quality all round experiences which reflect the very best in 21st century education. Our aim is that all students are ‘inspired to learn and to succeed’, and this underpins our work and values for the young people in our care. We want all our children to be happy so that they can fulfil their potential. We therefore have high expectations of all of our students and will challenge them to maximise their achievement in order to ensure that they are fully prepared for their life beyond school.
Our aim is to ensure that students achieve the qualifications they need for further and higher education and for adult working life, but we also want them to experience a richness and diversity of personal, social and recreational opportunities. Our outstanding extensive extra-curricular programme is designed to ensure that all of our students can discover new talents and provide new opportunities to build their confidence.
We believe education is a three-way partnership between school, parents and the child. Their success needs your support and our school is committed to working with you, listening to you and supporting your family throughout your child’s learning and personal development.
We strive to nurture independence as we want every student to be a lifelong learner, committed to widening their horizons and bringing rigour and enthusiasm to everything they do. Above all we want our students to enjoy their learning and their time here at The Chase. The experience at The Chase can truly enrich students’ lives. A bright future starts here!
The Chase strives to be a school of excellence in every way and this is naturally made clear in our mission statement:
“This school seeks to encourage and reward excellence of every kind, to enable all students to reach their full potential and become successfully independent”
In pursuit of our mission statement, we strive to instil the following characteristics of effective life-long learning in all students:
We are extremely proud of the Sixth Form at The Chase. Students and staff work together to achieve consistently excellent results and they do so without sacrificing any of the marvellous extra-curricular, charitable and other enrichment programmes that continue to make the Sixth Form such an attractive place in which to learn. Each year, the vast majority of our students progress to top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge to follow a wide range of exciting courses.
Whilst The Chase enjoys all the benefits of curricular and extra-curricular provision made possible in a large school, great effort is made to create a safe and friendly learning environment that allows students to feel at home and cared for in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect.
12th January 2021
Cleaner Temporary fixed term 35.00 hours per week term time only plus banking hours to be worked during School holidays Scale 1 £17842-£18,198 pro rata (act ...
11th January 2021
£25,714 - £41,604
Temporary Teacher of English (Maternity Cover) M1-UPS £25,7014-41,604 per annum Full Time Required from Easter 2021 The Chase is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic individual to t ...
11th January 2021
£25,714 - £41,604
Teacher of Product Design/Resistant Materials Permanent Full time MPS- UPS £25,714- £41,604 per annum NQT’S welcome to apply. Required for Easter 2021 start or 1st September 2021 ...
16th December 2020
Infrastructure Technician Apprentice 30 Hours per week £124.50 Weekly Closing Date for applications: 12 Feb 2021 The Chase seeks a highly competent, adaptable and committed ...
The Chase is one of a network of NCCE Computing Hubs across England and will be a focal point for local computing training for schools, and will also form links with industry and universities. The NCCE was set up in November 2018 by the Department for Education to increase the number of pupils in schools and colleges who study computer science at GCSE, AS and A level, particularly girls and those in disadvantaged areas, and to ensure that there is a strong pipeline of digital skills in England.
We are Teach Computing Midlands West, one of 30 computing hubs operating across England, covering Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Shropshire and South Staffordshire.
If you would like to be a part of The Chase team we would love to hear from you.
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