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J3s shine bright in DT lesson

Our Year three children have completed their first electronic project – an LED torch. The classmates designed and decorated their very portable light sources as part of this term’s Design and Technology topic.

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K1s have a dramatic day at Leeds Castle

Our Year one 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 glorious...

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It’s a wrap for Remove in Gad’s kitchen

Our Y6 class showed-off their culinary skills when they made savoury snacks in a cookery lesson. Remove P prepared cheese, bacon and salad wraps in the refurbished Food Technology classroom – hopefully the food made it home for family tea!...

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Maths students make the most of the sunshine

Our Y9s learned more about speed, distance and time this morning, when their lesson was held in Gad’s grounds. Mrs Ostrehan’s group timed how long it took for balloons to travel along a piece of string by measuring its length...

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Gad’s students learn how to stay safe on the roads

Year 10s from Gad’s Hill School learned how to stay safe in a car, at Kent Fire and Rescue Service’s Road Safety Experience in Rochester. The classmates spent a morning at the purpose-built centre, where they witnessed a mock, but...

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Gad’s girls’ team spirit on the netball court

Our Y6 and 5 netballers worked well together at a recent tournament against local schools. Read Head of PE Mrs Gunnill’s match report: Eight Remove and J5 children competed in the Cobham Hall Inter Prep/Junior Netball Tournament. The girls played...

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Welcome to the wonderful world of… Remove F!

To celebrate World Book Day, Mrs Frier’s Y6 class created the wardrobe from ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ – on their classroom doors! The classmates dressed as characters from the popular fantasy novel, where children from the real world are transported...

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