Chiltern Hills Academy A Church of England Academy

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to 'Live life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)



20th October at Elgiva Theatre

One of four exciting evenings of interviews, stories and music featuring local and international artists, performers and personalities.

Tobias Brown thought he had found identity and community as a member of the notorious Black Stone gang in Chicago. Instead, his life spiralled downwards into a dark world of violence and then prison at 16.

Tobias shares his experience of gang life, incarceration and solitary confinement in a maximum security prison, and the dramatic journey to faith that turned his life around.

CHA student price: £3 including refreshments

Elgiva Box Office 01494 582 900

Some Past Events for Students

World Challenge Training Expedition
Snowdonia, Wales October 18th-20th

During the weekend of October 18th-20th, students involved in World Challenge had their training expedition weekend in preparation for Zambia 2020. The camping experience for Challengers encouraged team bonding and development of the essential practical skills for expedition life and youth work abroad. Students were engaged in safety scenarios, cooking and trekking activities in the Snowdonia region. The team was incredible both physically and mentally while they climbed and summited Mount Snowdon in torrential rain and hail.  CHA was the only team out of 3 that were able to achieve this! Well done to all of you! DAA




Great Britain Olympic Athlete Luke Lennon-Ford visits CHA

On Friday October 25th, 400m sprinter Luke Lennon-Ford visited Year 8 and 9 students. All students participated in a training circuit run by Luke which was followed by an inspirational assembly in regards to aspirations and leading a healthy lifestyle.  Collectively we have raised over £1,000 to support GB Olympic athletes. DAA




Opportunity Day Friday November 8th Holocaust Survivor Michael Brown speaks to Y10 students

On Friday November 8th, students from Year 10 heard a testimony from Holocaust survivor,  Michael Brown, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET). Students were able to ask Michael questions regarding his experience and engage in a variety of workshops run by staff and an HET Educational Instructor such as British Responses to the Holocaust and Anti-Jewish Laws. Michael was a Kindertransport survivor who recounted the effects of WW2 on his life. Staff and students will forever cherish his message. DAA, TRF, ANG