Monthly Archives: July 2016

Gad's Hill students in the school's new art studio

Gad’s artists’ creative journey

A new studio at Gad’s Hill is inspiring students to create and further develop their artwork throughout the whole of their Senior schooling. Designed to be more of an innovative space, rather than a classroom, the workshop is fitted with...

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Gad’s students and Higham pensioners share stories and cake

Gad’s students and Higham pensioners share stories and cake

Year ten students from Gad’s Hill have been praised for much more than impeccable manners and hospitality, after the school’s annual pensioners’ tea party – they were personally thanked for making their guests feel ‘valued’ and like ‘great pals’. Higham...

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Ciara Bruce cheerleading

Three cheers for Ciara!

Shell G’s Ciara, and her dance troop, have been named champions at a national cheer competition. Ciara, 12, is the youngest member of Kent Cheer Academy’s senior squad ‘Radon’, who took the Legacy Cheer and Dance title after wowing judges...

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Gad's leavers Harry Godding and Olumide Babatunde

Gad’s leavers make their mark, up on the roof

Gad’s GCSE classmates signed their names not only on shirts and in autograph books but also on the roof, as part of a long tradition of the school. Every summer the year 11s go up on the old school roof, with...

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MP Adam Holloway at Gad's Hill School assembly

Local MP talks battle tactics at Gad’s assembly

Conservative MP for Gravesham, Adam Holloway, led an action-packed assembly at Gad’s Hill School to mark the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, and to explain the realities of war. The politician has himself fought in the Gulf War...

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