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18/12/18

Retweeted From HeartofKentHospice

Last minute stocking fillers or a place name with a difference for over 16's? Pop to the Hospice or into one of our 14 shops to buy your scratchcards this week. Just £1 each, the receiver gets the chance to win £1,000! Keep you eyes peeled for the elf when you pop to the shops! https://t.co/7UFAI4r3Xk

18/12/18

Have you been reading our weekly school blogs? Why not have a read and catch up on all the latest and greatest things that have been happening at Invicta! https://t.co/SN8TKHbsS6

17/12/18

As we have now finished for Christmas lets take a look back at some of our favourite moments in the last term! https://t.co/A1Sc73vei7

13/12/18

Christmas has come early for the DT Department as they have had a brand new Laser cutter fitted today! https://t.co/d0Ol5bRyaM

13/12/18

Who do you choose? 📽️ #raiseandgive

13/12/18

Today's RAG Dress up theme - Disney vs Dreamworks! https://t.co/XOSfYZqR9M

12/12/18

Calling all charities, we are looking for a new home for our beautiful Christmas tree, as we break up for Christmas on Friday! (Decorations not included) https://t.co/WCUCCrQLTA

12/12/18

This lunchtime the students have enjoyed a yummy Christmas Dinner! https://t.co/i7NANJhV82

12/12/18

Our fabulous lunch supervisors are all dressed and ready for today's delicious Christmas lunch! We cannot wait😋 https://t.co/3NhzbF5DUu

12/12/18

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!🎄🤶 https://t.co/cATMQQENWx

11/12/18

This lunchtime we put our Sixth Form boys to the test for 'Man 'O' Man 2018'. They gave us their best chat-up lines, showed us their dancing skills, did a spot of yoga and ate doughnuts from a string - all in the hope to be crowned the Man 'O' Man Champion. https://t.co/XAHy8JOVk8

11/12/18

The Year 9 GCSE Dance girls have been developing a group dance based around a piece they have been studying in theory. Today they performed their final masterpiece! 💃#Dance https://t.co/3f8SDTk35k

11/12/18

Todays dress up theme: Video Games! https://t.co/lkeXK1dKyT

11/12/18

Last night we held our annual RAG Dance Show, organised and choreographed by our amazing Year 12 Dance A-Level students! Well done to all the girls and boys who performed, it was truly breathtaking! https://t.co/oOOu7p05pM

10/12/18

Today's RAG lunch event - Stars in their eyes, where teachers are superstars for the afternoon! Well done to all the teachers that performed, and a massive well done to the Maths Department for their victory! https://t.co/Tw9zADVut0

10/12/18

Retweeted From VIPS@Kingshill

Our Christmas celebrations continued on Friday with a Christingle day in school. The event began with an assembly to explain the meaning of Christingles and the pupils from then led workshops with all year groups to make their own Christingles. https://t.co/vopyunkVwg

10/12/18

Year 7 have taken a trip back in time to Romeo and Juliet this morning in English. Composing creative dances and learning about stage fighting! No Year 7's were hurt in the making! https://t.co/VTlTHqW9eY

10/12/18

We're going back in time today with our second RAG dress up day, 'Through the Ages.' https://t.co/B2UZflkwbJ

07/12/18

We glad you enjoyed it! Can’t wait to see the final creations! https://t.co/X5LJRzbw6L

07/12/18

Hong Kong students enjoying Screenplay writing at Harry Potter World . https://t.co/NlJGr8I87z

07/12/18

Feeling very Christmassy today with all the 'Sparkle' for the first day of RAG week. Thank you for all your donations and support. https://t.co/arNHmaLRr8

07/12/18

All part of our Sixth Form Community Day! https://t.co/9cDGQlMxIG

06/12/18

FIGS serving mulled wine and mince pies at our annual Carol Service https://t.co/BlFP2GW6Fe

06/12/18

We still have spaces available for our afternoon session starting at 1pm - come along for some Christmas fun. https://t.co/hpzOCqSA9w

06/12/18

Year 9 and 10 GCSE Food Technology, have had the opportunity today to dissect and cook pheasants during their lesson with the help of Mrs Finlay! These were kindly donated by , Thank you very much! https://t.co/u5IJgVwZjo

06/12/18

Another great fund raiser for held on Wednesday, 5 December. A really popular event and lots of money raised. We even had some working guide dogs visit! https://t.co/UVwJUe55ZG

06/12/18

We have been busy this morning practicing for tonight's Carol Concert Service at All Saint's Church, Maidstone, 7pm start. Our Year 7 and 8 girls are performing along with Choir, Chamber Choir and Vocal Harmony. We look forward to seeing you all there! 🎅 https://t.co/Lw4G8P3etf

05/12/18

Thank you to for inviting our Vocal Harmony and Chamber Choir groups for the 5th Annual Carol Singing, they had the privilege to perform in front of the magnificent Poppy display. https://t.co/RGHHRKrmv2

05/12/18

On Monday our Hong Kong Exchange students arrived! So far they have visited Germany to take part in the WW1 centenary acts of remembrance at Tyne cot cemetery and the menin gate in Ypres. Along with participating in a sustainability workshop in school today! https://t.co/niUrODFIg2

05/12/18

Retweeted From Halsbury Sports Tours

Today is . Find out how combined their multi-sport sports tour with volunteering in Sri Lanka 👉 https://t.co/L44X1dTlDP

05/12/18

Year 7G have had their first experience using a sewing machine today in Textiles! It's fair to say its harder than they thought. https://t.co/JTN4fgzOwP

05/12/18

On Monday evening we welcomed our former Year 11 students for Prize Giving 2018. It was a night full of celebration for the amazing grades they all received at GCSE! https://t.co/Gj10QYTNr4

04/12/18

Still time to get your tickets! https://t.co/W74Nf05tPd

04/12/18

Our Assistant Director of Science, Mrs McGivern, visited Molehill Primary Academy to teach Lion Class about Combustion and Carbon Dioxide, with the help of their teacher Mrs Grierson! We hope you enjoyed it as much as Mrs McGivern did!👩‍🔬 https://t.co/vuofLuCeh8

04/12/18

Thank you to National Express Deutschland for our great trip to Cologne! Christmas Markets here we come! https://t.co/mmgvOZNj54

04/12/18

On Tuesday, 27 November Year 7A, 7I and 7T went to Zizzi's for their form meals! It went down a treat!🍕 https://t.co/Z8h1e468yc

04/12/18

Retweeted From Halsbury Sports Tours

During their multisports tour to Sri Lanka volunteered for some incredible charities including . Read more 👉 https://t.co/F0WZjn5jSy. https://t.co/fD8DQJzInA

04/12/18

Retweeted From Valley Invicta Primary School at East Borough

Year 3 recently had the opportunity to visit and attend a Cultural Festival the students had orgainsed. The children were able to discover facts and taste some traditional food from a range of countries. They had a great time! https://t.co/rbLCr1mmzM

03/12/18

Well done to Amelia in Year 10 who won the Young Cooks competition on Thursday, 30 November. You did a smashing job and we couldn't be prouder! https://t.co/dEGPihu267

30/11/18

Retweeted From Sue Saunders

Great this morning to meet the students and teachers from Invicta Grammar - our German school‘s other exchange partner. There are now 41 English students here! https://t.co/EZHyTTxebS

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Posted on: September 20th 2018

Cavendish Laboratory Trip

On Thursday, 20 September Mrs McGrath, Mr Waters and Mrs Alizadeh took 30 Year 11 students to Cambridge for a range of Physics workshops at the Cavendish Laboratory. The morning was spent touring the city and viewing a few of the university colleges, notably the spectacular Kings College.

During the afternoon the students were split into three groups and each group participated in six workshops that were led by scientific researchers and employees of various companies. The exhibitions took place at the Cavendish Laboratory where J.J. Thomson notably discovered the electron in 1897. The primary aim of the exhibition was to spread the excitement of modern physics research to students who will soon be making career and examination choices.

Our students took an active part in all of the workshops and were enthusiastic in their responses and questions. Some of the workshops included topics such as Astrophysics, Atomic weapons testing, the Ozone hole and its effects on the Antarctic, Microscopy and Medical Physics. In the superconductors workshop, the students enjoyed spinning levitating magnets at speed, and in the Dominoes exhibition, the students were able to use lasers to personalise pens and pencils that they got to keep.

The students enjoyed seeing how studying Physics beyond GCSE can lead to a variety of job prospects and many of the students that joined us are keen to study Physics at A Level next year.

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