Carnegie Book Club

Carnegie Book Club

28/03/2019

This stash of exciting books will be consumed by Year 8, 9 and 10 students in the Carnegie Shadowing Book Club over the next few weeks. The eight shortlisted titles…

Sport Roundup w/c 18.3.19

Sport Roundup w/c 18.3.19

25/03/2019

Spring Term sport gallery SWIMMING The School has a National ESSA Champion and record holder for 100m butterfly. Eva in Year 7 won gold in the 100m butterfly, silver in…

Lush Music

Lush Music

25/03/2019

All 12 of the Senior School ensembles performed a gloriously lush programme of music in Friday's Spring Concert. The theme was 'Country Gardens', so the audience in the Main Hall…

National Swimming Champion

National Swimming Champion

25/03/2019

What a tremendous day of swimming for Eva on Saturday 23rd March, she set a new national record in butterfly to become the English Schools' Girls Junior 100m Butterfly Champion.…

Singing success

Singing success

22/03/2019

The Music Department is proud to announce that Bea in Year 8 was awarded the highest mark in the Vocal Recital category at the Tunbridge Wells Arts Festival recently, to…

County Champions

County Champions

22/03/2019

Congratulations to our U12 netball squad who are Kent champions after a day of exceptional performances at the finals in Rainham on 22nd March. The team were undefeated throughout the…

Business skills

Business skills

20/03/2019

Our new Careers Coordinator Mrs Leonora Hayes spent her second day at the School assessing Year 9 on their fledgling management skills. Students had to create a new brand of…

Condover weekend

Condover weekend

18/03/2019

More than half of Year 7 went to Condover Hall in Shropshire, for a fun weekend of netball and other activities. Out of 17 teams, the Y7As won the whole…

Spring Concert rehearsals

Spring Concert rehearsals

18/03/2019

The Year 7 Choir were practising Badgers and Hedgehogs¬†this lunchtime, ahead of the Spring Concert this Friday 22nd March. The programme is themed 'Country Gardens' and will feature music inspired…