We are extremely proud!

We are extremely proud of our Sixth form students Harvey Polhill and Joe Vandepeer for the kind and mature way they behaved yesterday!



Well done to Year 11 student

Well done to Year 11 student Jake Lloyd who has qualified to play for England in the sport of pool, a great achievement for him! 



Reminder about Uniform and Earphones

30 January 2020

Uniform and Earphones:

This is a reminder that hoodies or sweaters are not part of school uniform and should not be worn in school. Students should also not be using earphones, headphones or airpods in lessons or in corridors, unless teachers agree they can be used as part of the class activity which is usually in MFL, Music and IT lessons. Warnings will be issued to students next week and, if this continues, items will be confiscated. We would be grateful if you could remind your son of these rules and thank you for your support.

Coronavirus Information

Please help to support a UK wide campaign that has been launched to provide clear advice on how to slow the spread of Coronavirus, which promotes basic hygiene practices –  see the poster below for further advice, or for more advice visit the following link: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus 


HM Government Coronavirus Public Information poster

Well done to our Sixth Form Student Winner

Well done to our Sixth Former and National Championship qualified swimmer Brandon Harris who won gold at the Kent Swimming Championships 2020 at Crystal Palace Pool, London and was awarded a trophy for the fastest men’s 50m Backstroke swimmer of all ages.  He also won a silver and bronze in 100m Back and 200m Breaststroke respectively as well.

Brandon is the Captain of Beachfield Swimming Squad based in Sheerness. He has also captained Kent Weald Swim Squad to win promotion to the Premier League of the National Arena Swimming League South in December 2019.

Brandon trains at Sheerness, Leysdown and Tonbridge Pools six times per week.


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