7th February 2018
We have given our website a fresh new look – please check it out and let us know what you think.
8th January 2018
Providing key cookery skills is an important part of the curriculum here at Gad’s. Food and Nutrition teacher Miss Baker said: “Our pupils leave able to prepare and cook nutritious food for themselves – and their families of course! “They get to use lots of new ingredients and their high levels of enthusiasm for the…
5th January 2018
Happy New Year from the Science department – our teachers are looking forward to some explosive learning this term!
29th November 2017
Gad’s Hill’s Year 1 classes visited Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara in Gravesend, to find out more about Sikhism. The temple is one of the largest in Europe and our five-year-olds were ‘amazed’ by how ‘enormous’ and ‘beautiful’ it is. The classmates were given a tour and invited to try some Indian food in the ‘Langar’…
25th September 2017
Students from the Junior school represented Gad’s at a cross country event in Ashford – and not only did they all finish the course, some won medals too. The 24-strong squad ran superbly in individual and team events, with the J4 girls triumphant in their 1,000m race. Mrs Gunnill said: “All the children should be…
8th September 2017
Our new Year sevens were introduced to a fun new way of learning their tables this week. The classmates are now members of the Gad’s ‘Times Table Rock Stars’ (TTRS) community – an exciting and interactive method of mastering times tables. Students are challenged to solve on-line questions in a high-energy, call-and-response manner, with a…
1st September 2017
Thank you to the older Seniors for helping them find their way around and giving top tips on everything from bag racks to the tuck queue!
22nd June 2017
Pupils from J4 to Remove took part in the ISA London South athletics contest. Read proud Head of PE Mrs Gunnill’s report: We travelled to Bromley to participate in the ISA Athletics competition; 20 schools from the region competed and Gad’s was able to achieve some great successes: Ollie L – 4th in the final…
19th June 2017
“Dustlands” trilogy author Moira Young led literary workshops before presenting a copy of the internationally-accredited first volume to the staff and students of Gad’s Hill School. Mrs Young, a Canadian who wrote her first novel at nine-years-old, won the Costa Children’s Book Award for dystopian novel “Blood Red Road”, which is studied at Gad’s in…
19th May 2017
Although today’s ‘summer’ fayre has been postponed, Gad’s students were determined to make sure there was some festival-like fun at lunch time today. Traditional games, sweets and even the chance to watch a charity leg wax were all on offer and very much enjoyed by Junior and Senior students alike.