Monthly Archives: May 2016

Gad's remembers last survivor of Battle of Jutland

Gad’s remembers last survivor of Battle of Jutland

Whilst the nation commemorates the centenary of, arguably, the most important naval action of the First World War, the Battle of Jutland, pupils at Gad’s Hill will remember fondly a visit to the school, back in 2008, by the last...

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How are we doing? Come and learn more…

We want to find out what we are doing well, and what we could do better. An informal presentation on the recent parent satisfaction survey findings will be held at the school on Tuesday 14th June from 6-7pm – all...

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K1 and K2 learn more about farm life

K1 and K2 learn more about farm life

Our year one and two classes spent a sunny morning at a local farm, learning more about plants and animals. The classmates and teachers made the short stroll to Gad’s Hill Farm where they were met by farm owners Mr...

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Ist Higham Beavers and Cubs enjoy a day at Gad's Hill's Jungle Gym

It’s all-action for Higham troop at Gad’s

Higham beavers and cubs spent an evening at Gad’s Hill School taking part in fun activities and team-building exercises. Members of 1st Higham Beavers and Cubs were invited to try out paint-balling and problem-solving tasks at the independent school’s shooting...

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Yoga classes for Gad’s Nursery children

Yoga classes for Gad’s Nursery children

Gads youngest students are practising yoga as part of their after-school activities this term. The three to four-year-old nursery classmates enjoy lots of extra-curricular clubs, such as craft, traditional games and painting. The yoga class is taken by Nursery Manager...

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Penalties win game for staff side

Penalties win game for staff side

Pitch one hosted the battle of Y10 v Y11.  Freddie Towler and Michael French scored an impressive seven goals between them, meaning their team dominated the first few games played. The biggest threat to their team was Elliott Fisher’s U5...

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Shells learn about river life

Shells learn about river life

Our youngest Seniors found out more about rivers at Lullingstone Country Park, as part of this term’s Geography studies. The classmates completed a study of the River Darent, and, accompanied by the park’s Educational Ranger, took measurements of depth and...

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Gad's Hill year five student Sienna Bromley

Gad’s schoolgirl wins role in West End

Year five Gad’s Hill student Sienna Bromley will star in Les Miserables this summer. Sienna, who has just turned 10 and lives in Chatham, secured the coveted role after auditioning with hundreds of other hopefuls. She will play the part...

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