Monthly Archives: June 2016

Gad's KG Sports Day

KG parents are good sports on the Gad’s race course

Gad’s youngest athletes competed in fun sporting activities to help win points for their Houses at this year’s KG sports day – and parents joined in too! A record number of mums and dads showed their track and field skills...

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Beatty is ‘winner of games’… twice in one day

Beatty is ‘winner of games’… twice in one day

Beatty Seniors took the shield for overall winners at this year’s sports day, and L5B’s Michael (Beatty) was awarded the coveted Senior Victor Ludorum. Undefeated for five years, the Beatty squad scored 285 points, with Wellington close behind on 278...

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Gad's Hill catering staff serve students

Takeaways can’t compete with Gad’s school lunches

As news breaks that many school children across the country are choosing takeaways over school lunches, our pupils are set to enjoy homemade Cottage Pie and fruity flapjack today – just one of the many tasty, and healthy, choices from...

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KG classes have a dramatic day at Leeds Castle

KG classes have a dramatic day at Leeds Castle

Our K1 and K2 children spent a day play-acting as princesses, witches and knights at a drama workshop at Leeds Castle. The KG classmates took part in ‘The Swan Princess’ at the 900 year-old castle, set in 500 acres of...

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Y10 Gad's Hill student Oliver Fox

Y10s wow in the workplace

Pupils from Gad’s Hill School have received rave reviews after completing work experience in a variety of industries in and around the county. Oliver Fox, 15, from Ashford, was described as being more like a ‘colleague’ than work experience student,...

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Gad's Hill Seniors prepare to vote

Gad’s joins the EU debate

As the UK prepares to vote either to remain in or leave the European Union, Gad’s Hill joins the debate by holding a referendum for Senior students. A polling station was set up at the school and pupils from year seven...

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Harriet wows art judges with sketch of Grandad in biro

Harriet wows art judges with sketch of Grandad in biro

Y11 student Harriet Hammond has been awarded first place in a regional school competition. Harriet, of U5B, entered the Independent Schools Association annual 2D drawing category and will now go forward to the national finals. Her winning portrait is drawn...

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Gad's Hill Science teacher Mrs Shirley Gurteen and parent Mrs Michelle Gagg

Teachers take to the runway to support school charity

Gad’s Hill tutors turned fashion models to help raise money for Team Charlie, a fundraising charity set up in memory of a much loved pupil. The science, PE and English professionals paraded on a specially constructed catwalk in the school...

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EU referendum in or out

In or out? Gad’s joins the EU debate

​As the UK prepares to vote either to remain in or leave the European Union, Gad’s Hill joins the debate and will hold a referendum for Senior students this Friday. Two Senior boys led this morning’s assembly with impressive speeches, after volunteering...

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