Category Archives: News

Haig girls help House charity

Year 10 Haig classmates, Mollie-Ann, Bonnie and Nellie sold hot chocolate to fellow Seniors at break times to help raise money for their House charity. The girls made just over £70 for the Canterbury Oast Trust, which supports people with...

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Gad’s pupils enjoy puzzling maths lesson

Our Seniors and older Juniors were challenged to solve mathematical quizzes and number conundrum at a maths puzzle day. Working in teams, in the school hall, the peers took part in the event run by the maths department and Happy...

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Fruity fun for K1

Our Year one class made fruit salad as part of last term’s topic on healthy eating. The classmates planned and designed the healthy snack in Science and DT lessons.

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J5 discovers Victorian values

Our Y5s had a chance to travel back in time to the Victorian era and sample how life would have been lived over a hundred and twenty years ago. Themed trips are always a favourite with the Juniors; the staff...

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Calling all young dancers!

Our very own Mrs Crowter is taking ballet, tap, jazz and musical theatre lessons on a Friday afternoon – please contact her at amanda3532@aol.com to find out more. KN, KR and K1 children: Ballet and tap dancing – 4pm –...

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K2 ‘kids’ spend the day looking after goats

Our Year two class spent time at a goat shelter this week to find out more about caring for animals. The classmates visited Buttercups Sanctuary for Goats in Maidstone, where they learned what goats eat, where they sleep and how...

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Gad’s rugby squad start season with win

Read PE teacher Mr Tyler’s match report: Our U13 team started the season with a hard-fought win over The Howard Academy, defeating the visitors six tries to four.  In what was their first game of the year, the boys performed...

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Year 8s keep it real with eggs in art class

Our L4 classes have been studying eggs as part of this term’s realistic food painting topic. Art and Design and Technology teacher Miss Baker said:  “The children are using their observational skills with great success and are producing some very...

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