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07/05/21

Next Monday, the is setting the nation the task of dropping everything and for 10 minutes with the aim of encouraging people to spend 10 minutes every day reading and we are taking up the challenge! https://t.co/OA7jgZ9DTV

07/05/21

Following on from our Year 7 Eco Schools tweet - The new installations were placed in our small nature area and we will keep an eye out for visitors! https://t.co/73A9LJkRZU

07/05/21

Our Geography Department have been amazed with our students work submitted for the Year 9 final assessment for the coastal landscapes module. Well done Poppy. 👏👏 https://t.co/xWNlCx7UoV

06/05/21

Year 7 have been busy creating bug hotels, bird boxes and butterfly hideouts in Eco-schools! These will be placed in the nature area very soon! https://t.co/bHr3fh3F2J

05/05/21

It's been fantastic to see some of our after school clubs returning. Here are students enjoying the bench ball club on Friday in our new sports hall. https://t.co/AU5CIAydN0

05/05/21

Retweeted From Speakers for Schools

Aspiring musicians! DYK: The is the largest employer of full time musicians in the UK. Their musicians play at many of the UK’s highest profile events. Apply to this session to find out about a music career with the Army! https://t.co/BVo7gRF1sc https://t.co/hS2hZit3PO

05/05/21

Retweeted From Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # +

in 1930, Amy Johnson, a pioneering English pilot who set off on a journey to secure her place in history as the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia. 🛩️ https://t.co/ZHGo1EDf2I

05/05/21

Ex-student Erin has written 'A day in the life of a Maths student' based on her 1st year experience at https://t.co/RS9K380ZgT

05/05/21

For our first club - we were very excited to have been joined (virtually) by two real life women in business - Lucinda Hagan (Customer Relationship Management Executive for LK Bennett) and Kate Clews (Associate at RMS UK Accountancy firm). Thank you. https://t.co/hazWfNHwdC

05/05/21

A late entry for yesterday! According to Isaac Newton "For every force, there exists and equal and opposite force - a light side and dark side if you will." https://t.co/KlUsweebin

04/05/21

We are excited to seeing some of our Year 5 transition students on for our tonight. Students will be exploring how create settings in novels and using them as inspiration to plan and create their own Dystopian setting. https://t.co/rZnDxOBopV

04/05/21

Our Geography Department have kindly put together a very useful list of recommended books especially for A level or aspiring A level students. 📚 https://t.co/lZAw5yvL6T

04/05/21

“May the force be equal to the mass x acceleration” Our Physics students demonstration of the day! https://t.co/ReC1WHvxVO

04/05/21

“May the force be equal to the mass x acceleration” Our Physics Department quote of day!😂🤣 https://t.co/hsRrpi0vI3

30/04/21

We had our first practical beekeeping session this week. The pictures below are showing parts of a beehive, the other with students with the two hives. https://t.co/kMpXt7ynKG

30/04/21

Our Year 9 photographers exploring shutter speed in the style of Kim Leuenberger, some really great experimentation from the students! https://t.co/bqZRd0PHJQ

30/04/21

It's been fantastic to see our students enjoying the new sport facilities - Year 9 having fun playing table tennis in the NEW sports hall for their core PE lesson. https://t.co/RioBuyUKzB

29/04/21

Typographic portraiture by Hannah, Year 13. "Stop comparing yourself to others..." expressing messages through typographic illustration in Art. https://t.co/xe39ldhyZq

29/04/21

Fine paper cutting by Caity Year 13. Delicate and refined paper cutting in preparation for A-level Art final outcome installation piece. https://t.co/nhvtBXBrkS

29/04/21

Our Year 8 POP Science investigators this week have been looking at blood analysis: investigating blood splatter, where they investigate the impact of the splatter according to the hight and the angle of the impact.#schools https://t.co/eeek0wqJKJ

29/04/21

Wire horses by Lauren in Year 13. Experimenting with cast shadows and movement in A-level Art. Artwork in response to artist Barbara Gilhooly https://t.co/RwvcweQ0mZ

28/04/21

Retweeted From Valley Invicta Teacher Training (VITT)

Would you, or someone you know, like to train to teach?Come to one of our allocated sessions on Wednesday 30 June 2021, at the School of Science & Technology Maidstone, to find out about the courses that we offer through the Trust. More information here: https://t.co/hC5TPocrv4 https://t.co/Xkv9oNE8lP

28/04/21

The last in the series of our . We hope you have all enjoyed them. https://t.co/AiWQSQTQuI

27/04/21

We are pleased to announce we have recently been accredited for transforming practice in 'Leadership through moral purpose' Our school met the highest standards of the Framework for Exceptional Education. https://t.co/w7S2eeslza

27/04/21

In Year 8 Art today the students are producing a sheet based on research of a chosen . They will transform these onto a toilet roll tube to create a mini 3D piece! https://t.co/vwNrrbXrDL

27/04/21

With more students beginning to use public transport and with things looking a little different, has committed to a Safer Travel Pledge. https://t.co/m42lLevmlq

26/04/21

Introducing our special edition of Invicta News. Please click the link below to view our students DofE thanks. https://t.co/85JS0GiHOg https://t.co/ZzvuHGhLBu

26/04/21

Today in German our Year 11 students have taken part in some listening practice, based on social media! https://t.co/GmQlcrasTw

26/04/21

Our Year 12 POP Science Investigators are a range of around the theme of over the next six weeks, last week they looked at 'How much salt is present in crisps' https://t.co/UAZrrR6VV9

26/04/21

Are you looking for an apprenticeship? Come and join our friendly team, we are looking for a Business Administrator Apprentice! You can find all the details here: https://t.co/4l3dUmpgAo https://t.co/yYm33A4q4s

23/04/21

More from our students on https://t.co/raAAD67IJf

23/04/21

To celebrate you can book to watch the authors KazuoI Shiguro in conversation with using this link from and https://t.co/dGZXJgIgdJ https://t.co/XiyNRziiQy

23/04/21

Our Year 8 POP Science Investigators over the next six weeks will be looking at a range of techniques, Blood Analysis, Fingerprinting and Micro Testing. https://t.co/f9hhvgz1BV

23/04/21

Today is . Here are some of our students sharing what they have enjoyed/found interesting whilst studying recently. https://t.co/R8Gl2GCCCc

22/04/21

Retweeted From BBC Bitesize

"It's not only important for the way I live, but the way we all live." Meet Sue Venir. Sue recycles and tries to live sustainably. Be more like Sue. https://t.co/FgSutg23AP

22/04/21

Mrs Marshall and Miss Poulter are super proud of our Year 11 Business students for sitting their second mini assessment today https://t.co/FRBrMeRxqm

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