The Mayor of Sevenoaks has thanked Walthamstow Hall Sixth Formers and Sevenoaks Youth Councillors Ana, Emily and Charlotte for their role in the recent Commonwealth Day ceremony.
Students from Years 11 - 13 'were swept from their seats into the world of Jane Austen and her characters' during the performance of 'Jane Austen at Home' in The Ship Theatre yesterday.
13 was definitely an unlucky number for the Staff Netball team yesterday as they took on the U19 A team. Despite their best efforts (and blatant cheating) they lost the match 13 - 7.
On Monday evening Year 12 Theatre Studies students performed two incredibly powerful plays, ‘Esther’ and ‘The Father Will See You Now’ which they had written and devised.
Very topically, Year 13 Theatre Studies students will perform their play 'A Ride to Rights' at 4.30 & 6pm today. The play tells the story of the first women to go to Cambridge and the Suffragettes.
The new Sixth Form Centre is starting to rise out of the ground with the Sixth Form Common Room beginning to take shape! The new building will open next Autumn.
Students cast their votes in the Kent Youth County Council elections for Sevenoaks district today. We are delighted that Year 12 Emily Kendon is standing for election this year.
The U19 Netball team have reached the Kent Finals in style winning 5 out of 6 matches at Kent Schools' yesterday and clocking up the highest score of the day a staggering 32 -1.
An amazing 60% of today's A level results were A* and A grades with 39% of students collecting 3 or more A* or As. Over 80% of leavers will be taking up places at Russell Group universities.
Our Young Enterprise team .Dott made their TV debut this morning, being interviewed live on BBC Breakfast as part of their coverage of the Young Enterprise National Finals today.