Chace Community School

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Chace Community School
Chace Community School.jpg
The front entrance of Chace Community School
Established 1956
Type Community school
Headteacher Daniel Bruton
Location Churchbury Lane
Enfield Town
Coordinates: 51°39′41″N 0°04′31″W / 51.66126°N 0.07522°W / 51.66126; -0.07522
Local authority Enfield
DfE URN 102049 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1257
Gender mixed
Ages 11–18

Chace Community School is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form located in Forty Hill, Enfield Town, England. It is situated on Churchbury Lane with its fields backing on to Baker Street. Chace is spelled with a 'c' rather than a 's', despite the school being close to the Chase Side area of Enfield. The school logo is the Enfield (the same as the London Borough of Enfield logo). It's colours are black and red.


Until September 2003, the school had four houses, named after four local large estates. These are listed below with the house colour in brackets.

  • Capel (red) named after Capel Manor. Now the home of Capel Manor College for agricultural related studies
  • Myddelton (green) named after Myddelton House. Now the home of Myddelton House Gardens
  • Trent (blue) named after Trent Park|Trent House. Now within Middlesex University
  • Whitewebbs (yellow) named after Whitewebbs House. Now a Toby Carvery pub.


GCSE level (Key Stage 4)[edit]

The school is in the top half of the Enfield league table with 89% achieving 5 GCSEs at grade C or above in 2009.[1]. In 2008, 44% achieved 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above (including Maths and English).[2]

A Level (Key Stage 5)[edit]

In 2005, the average UCAS points score was 211.5 per student, equivalent to 3 grade B at A Level.[3]

QCA Points

In 2006 the average points score per examination entry was 235.5, equivalent to just under a grade B at A level.[4]

In 2007 the average points score per examination entry was 242.8, equivalent to just over a grade B at A level.[5][dead link][permanent dead link][permanent dead link]

In 2008 the average points score per examination entry was 278.3, equivalent to just under a grade A at A Level.[6][dead link][permanent dead link]


  • Current: Daniel Bruton
  • Past: Mrs Hill, Mr Higgins, Sue Warrington[1]

Notable former pupils[edit]


  1. ^ "My last blog! | Chace Community School". Retrieved 2016-08-24. 

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