Twitter Wall

Twitter Wall

Close

27/03/20

Thank you to all our VIAT Parents for home schooling this week – ‘Cut yourself some slack, be kind to yourself you are doing an amazing job!’ https://t.co/wxAL4GVccL

27/03/20

We may all be stuck at home but at least it gives us a bit more to read something really good. This is a list of 100 books to try and read before you leave secondary school. Why don’t you give one a go, or see how many you’ve read already? https://t.co/yyrmq2RK5C

27/03/20

Happy Birthday Chloe! We hope you've enjoyed your - the cakes looks yummy🧁 https://t.co/XMQI5X0YuR

27/03/20

Yesterday Ella in 9S celebrated her 14th Birthday with help from her form! They all sang Happy Birthday to her on Teams as she blew out her candles on her cake! https://t.co/FVFrDXNj8a

27/03/20

The Plank Challenge is proving to be a little harder than first thought. Can you show us how it's done? https://t.co/sPVYXVuKpi

26/03/20

Invicta's salute in honour of all the NHS staff working hard through the Coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/bNasmhhJVt

26/03/20

For all our theatre fans - what a great way to watch the shows you love! https://t.co/kOls6iJHQC

26/03/20

As part of our Personal Development Programme, students were asked to create a piece of creative writing to describe how the Fundamental British Values they have enjoyed in society, possibly taken for granted, have been affected due to the lockdown. The response has been amazing! https://t.co/iE3Zs4FWwz

26/03/20

Psychology Club has continued virtually despite the lack of ‘real classroom’. Discussing the link between existentialism, philosophy and religions. Do we have an essence, a purpose, a list of duties? Also, and very importantly they shared pictures of their ! https://t.co/DXFeE3DPmq

26/03/20

Food Preparation and Nutrition practical lessons are still in full swing this week with Year 7 making some yummy looking (and hopefully tasting) stir fry! https://t.co/o2Uf8tFqMF

26/03/20

We look forward to seeing all our students tonight at 8pm! https://t.co/BJACCwxZAj

25/03/20

Happy Birthday Daisy-Ellen! Glad to hear you enjoyed your https://t.co/0v8BNMwzfh

25/03/20

He’s definitely rocking the lab coat! https://t.co/9cn3z8sE95

25/03/20

Lily in 7A has been enjoying her first week of ! She has received lots of help from her study buddy Billie and used her personal development time well, to draw an amazing eye! https://t.co/e65Gw7da3S

25/03/20

If you are due to submit an Appeal application by 27 March, please can we ask you email your Appeal form only to office.viat.org.uk so that we can log your application, and ask you keep in contact with KCC for guidance!

25/03/20

'The perks of is that you get to have birthday cake at lunchtime!' Katie in 7T celebrated her brothers birthday yesterday - has anyone else celebrated their birthday in insolation? https://t.co/a9fvhmD60s

25/03/20

Parents keep your eyes peeled! We can't wait to see all your entries... https://t.co/oSgVr77Lc3

25/03/20

Love it!

25/03/20

Well done girls - keep up the great work and ! https://t.co/brOLYhSFn1

25/03/20

Retweeted From Department for Education

We have been informed some parents have received an email stating: ‘As schools will be closing, if you're entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we'll make sure you're supported’. This is a scam email - do not respond, and delete immediately. https://t.co/r6cJP28dyY

25/03/20

Lauren Hill in Curie 1 has created some beautiful artwork with the help of her dog Pippin! https://t.co/RfxoGEBxDV

25/03/20

The girls in 7G have all been doing their 30 minutes of physical activity - well done! Keep the pictures coming girls... https://t.co/7HM8DWbK1Q

24/03/20

Our very own Miss Gulvin having a break from to . https://t.co/OX5lvx7Ckt

24/03/20

If you are still finding it hard to find pasta in the supermarkets, then why not make your own! 👩‍🍳You can even add ingredients to give your pasta an exciting colour. If you do not have a pasta machine at home use a rolling pin and knife to cut the pasta. https://t.co/RWdjCDyfFm

24/03/20

Great work - keep it up! https://t.co/Uvlv1HfKhY

24/03/20

Virtual School Day 2 is in full swing! Well done Maddie... https://t.co/AeYAKIjM0P

24/03/20

Retweeted From Kent Fire and Rescue Service

To help out with home schooling, we'll be bringing you video lessons from our education team, as well as ideas for art class & even PE with our crews! Today’s lesson: Make a fire engine from things you can find around the house. Send us a snap when you're done! https://t.co/0QZ2LikCKf

24/03/20

Calling all Geographers, now that our evenings have become a little quieter...what a great time to sink your teeth into some Geography documentaries! Why not watch with the whole family - they're great conversation starters! Let us know which one's your favourite!🌎 https://t.co/2jthdC9XOl

24/03/20

Well done Amélie! We can’t wait to see how they grow - keep us updated! 🌱 https://t.co/fAQNmdxUhU

23/03/20

Well done Alex and family! Keep up the great work 🤩

23/03/20

With the end of Virtual School Day 1 drawing to a close - how have you found the day? And what did you do in your personal development time? https://t.co/B9hwSQ4Ccu

23/03/20

Retweeted From British Dyslexia Association

We are pleased announce that we have more places available for our FREE parents webinar next Tuesday. Please note that places are limited by the technology and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. https://t.co/6bPvBNylVS https://t.co/lKpulWx395

23/03/20

Please listen to the news and only go out for the essentials, only send children to school if parents have no alternative - we need to all look after one another! https://t.co/kQHBwSdjCG

23/03/20

Perfect for all our students! With audio books available in German, French and Spanish! https://t.co/8AVPmp3hK5

20/03/20

It is with a heavy heart we close our doors today for an unknown period of time. We look forward to seeing all your smiley faces and cheeky banter on our new Virtual School starting on Monday. https://t.co/nG6UZUDGIs

19/03/20

Retweeted From The Body Coach

😀 PE WITH JOE starting Monday morning at 9am on my YOUTUBE channel: The Body Coach TV 📺 Please please share this with as many people as you can ❤️ Our kids need this more than ever. Share it on your stories, your wall, your Twitter, whatsapp and school newsletters ❤️ https://t.co/ioFGeFRpuK

17/03/20

This morning members of our Reading Hack group picked up their copies of . We are all excited to read and review the book over the next few weeks. https://t.co/XUbmQL54Yk

16/03/20

Last week in bee club the girls learnt how to dissect a daffodil. They saw the pollen and the learned the different parts of the flower! 🐝 https://t.co/t7cTiuPiFT

Welcome to your new school


What is it like to be at Invicta Grammar School?

Hopefully, you will have visited Invicta Grammar School before, perhaps at one of our Open Evenings, a school performance or when you attended one of our fun all day activity workshops.

Invicta is a big school, probably much bigger than the school you are attending at the moment, however it is really easy to find your way around. We have four buildings built around a green courtyard. The Main Building, with three floors, has classrooms for subjects such as History, Geography and Science. The Extension Building houses Computer Science, Science, Art and Photography. The Albion Building houses more science laboratories, Languages, Classical Civilisations and Design and Technology. The Orchard Building which was built in 2005 is home to English, Upper and Lower School Offices, Sixth Form areas and the Resources Centre. The Lower School Office is a friendly place where you can ask for help with all manner of things from lost property to a forgotten lunch card. If you have any worries this is the place to go. The remaining side of the square has the Hall, Dining Room, Music, Drama Studio and Gym. We also have the brand new Izatt Building which is where Mathematics lessons take place and houses the Dance Studio and Reading Room. Outside are the tennis courts, netball courts and an astro turf for sports activities.

It may seem daunting at first but you will soon find your way around. Our current students and staff are always happy to help, just ask, they were new once too!

Will I make friends?

You may be coming to Invicta with a group of friends from your primary school or on your own.  If you are the only one from your school don’t worry as we are a very friendly school.

Are there clubs and sporting activities for me to join in?

At primary school, you may have been part of a music or drama group or played sports such as netball and rounders. Here, at Invicta, we have lots of different clubs you can join which is an excellent way to make friends.  Year 7 clubs include a Book Club, Film Club, Art, Choir and many more. You can even learn about bee keeping with the Science department. These activities take place before, during and after school. There are also opportunities to join one of our sport clubs. Invicta has a very strong tradition in dance but our students also enjoy netball, gymnastics, hockey and korfball. There is always an activity for you to join with your new friends. 

For more information on being a student at Invicta please click for the Year 7 Student Handbook.