28th February 2017
Our K2 class designed and created their very own puppets as part of this term’s work about materials. Mr Patey was very impressed with how hard the classmates worked together, and how well they presented and evaluated their work. They used all different kinds of material but the favourite by far was papier mache.
23rd February 2017
Y9 classmates have written to Theresa May to express their concerns about the imbalance in the UK workforce, as part of this term’s studies on economy. The letters were the result of in-depth learning about ways of measuring and mapping development around the globe, as well as different employment sectors, particularly in Great Britain. Director…
21st February 2017
Gad’s Hill students learned how to keep themselves and their families safe when firefighters from Kent Fire and Rescue Service spent a day at their school. Children aged from 3-11 tried on firefighters’ kit and looked round a fire engine before taking part in age-appropriate workshops about what to do if a fire breaks out….
17th February 2017
Half term starts a little later for Our Y10 Geography students, who are travelling back from a two-day field trip this evening.
14th February 2017
Twelve Seniors braved the wind and rain to take part in a regional cross country event – and four finished in top ten positions. Boys and girls from years seven to 11 raced between 2,000-4,500m at the ISA (Independent Schools Association) London/South East regional event in Shoreham, West Sussex. Head of PE Mrs Gunnill said: …
13th February 2017
Year five journeyed through space and time on a day-trip to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. The classmates learned more about the night sky at the Peter Harrison Planetarium, which ‘can fly you into the heart of the Sun, transport you to distant galaxies, show you the birth of a star or land you on…
10th February 2017
There were gruesome goings-on at Gad’s last night as Senior students took to the stage to tell the story of the demon barber of Fleet Street. The school’s annual musical this year was an in interpretation of Sweeney Todd, penned by the school’s drama teacher Mr Mark Waite. An all-dancing, all-singing re-working of the dark…
8th February 2017
Come and learn more about Gad’s Hill at our whole-school open day on Saturday 4th March from 10am-noon. There will be a chance to meet teachers, pupils and parents, take a guided tour of the school and try our delicious home-cooked lunches. Everybody is welcome and there’s no need to book.
6th February 2017
GCSE students from Gad’s Hill served tea and cake to local people at ‘Love Higham Day’ at the weekend. The classmates were invited to help at the community day by Higham Parish Council and spent the afternoon helping serve refreshments to the many visitors from in and around their school’s village. Gad’s Hill Headmaster David…
3rd February 2017
The costumes are tailored, the props are set and the characters busy rehearsing – are you brave enough to come and meet demon barber Sweeney Todd? To book your tickets for the Senior School production, email firstname.lastname@example.org Doors open at 6.30pm on Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th February. Tickets cost £9 each. …