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16/04/19

Entries are rolling in for our Easter Reading competition. Send in your photo of you reading a library book in an unusual place to enter. https://t.co/rNQq7WJOk5

15/04/19

Last week we welcomed Year 4 and 5 students to our Musical Theatre Workshops. They learnt different routines from all our favourite musicals! We hope you had as much fun as us, and we can't wait to see you all again. https://t.co/Z23NLCJ5Fv

05/04/19

Retweeted From VIAT

We're delighted that Invicta Grammar School has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2018 based on data from the Department for Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network. https://t.co/XpWwnNqa9q

05/04/19

Congratulations to our competition winners from the 2019 Big Bang Fair! https://t.co/GLvuCLaGzR

05/04/19

Well done to our girls involved in the netball match against . With 6 winning results it was an evening to be celebrated! A special mention to our Year 9 and 10 sports leaders who took the lead in umpiring and scoring the matches! https://t.co/DZZjQaABpP

03/04/19

Yesterday we welcomed Year 5 students for our 'Easter Marketing' Business Workshop. The girls looked at the packaging of some of our favourite Easter chocolates, as well as their favourite part, the taste test!! 🍫 https://t.co/WMr064o88n

03/04/19

FIGS QUIZ NIGHT Saturday 11 May 2019, get your tickets now! https://t.co/JsvYMHAtxY

02/04/19

This breaktime Nightingale House held a charity Bake Sale for the whole school to enjoy some yummy Easter Bakes and what a treat it was!🎂 https://t.co/grA2tBTC8L

02/04/19

Well done and thank you to all our students for supporting yesterdays non-uniform day. We are pleased to announce that together we raised an amazing... £1,173.78 This will be added to our ongoing developing RAG fund for our chosen charities this year! https://t.co/U9PH78CV1B

01/04/19

Students are sharing messages of unity today on their clothing and on display boards in reception. They are taking an opportunity to show each other how much they enjoy and appreciate being part of such a diverse and multi-cultural community. https://t.co/GdKS6XRicd

01/04/19

Calling all our talented bakers! What a great opportunity to show off your outstanding baking skills! Ready, set, BAKE!!! https://t.co/t1qJCl8zV3

29/03/19

Today we welcomed our over 60's back for some Easter Cupcake Baking. We hope you had as much fun as we did, see you next time! https://t.co/Ll59MhP8Nv

29/03/19

On Tuesday 4 students attended the Salters Chemistry Festival . They had a great day of experiments and demonstrations. A massive well done to the girl’s for their hard work and engagement during the day! https://t.co/9BW8nejm6w

28/03/19

What a fantastic evening we had at . The evening consisted of author talks from Sita Bramanchari and Matt Killeen along with a Q&A where we were able to quiz them further. Thank you for having us, we can't for next year! https://t.co/iwOJxQmpN4

28/03/19

Retweeted From Valley Invicta TSA

Another successful Train to Teach Day yesterday with visitors keen to train as teachers 🙂 Thank you to: for hosting our visitors.

28/03/19

Congratulations to Lexie in Year 8 for her review of the book 'Moxie' that was printed in the programme for last nights South East Schools Themed Book Awards. https://t.co/d5MpWKC8q3

27/03/19

It was incredible to welcome lots of our excited new Year 7's to the first stage of their induction to Invicta, on Monday 25 March. It was lovely to see the smiles from both the girls and parents, whilst we recognised so many familiar faces! https://t.co/ndxRNsYChm

27/03/19

Congratulations to our Year 7 netball team who are the Maidstone District Champions for this year. They won the tournament scoring 30 goals against the other teams and not a single shot was scored against them. What an achievement! https://t.co/osE0zuAxC2

26/03/19

What better way to say well done to our Year 9 students who have achieved 100% attendance than with hot chocolate and cookies, not forgetting the cream and marshmallows! 🎊 https://t.co/XP2hiqKgnH

26/03/19

Year 7 have been getting their director hats on in BEN today as they film trailers for the products they have been designing! https://t.co/83KxmTCx5E

26/03/19

We are so glad to have with us today. Kicking the day off with an outstanding performance to Year 9! https://t.co/X6H4oUby9T

25/03/19

Tonight we look forward to welcoming our new Year 7’s for our New Entrants’ Evening!

25/03/19

Well done to our staff members who ran the London Landmarks Half yesterday for . A special well done to Mr Ehren and Paul who ran together, with Mr Ehren guiding Paul in replacement of his guide dog! They completed the marathon in a great time of 2hr 48mins! https://t.co/liePfzqxmP

22/03/19

The Year 4 girls attending our all day Musical Theatre Workshop today, joined in with the Year 9 PE student to show off their Just Dance Moves! 💃 https://t.co/zzMmF2a35Z

22/03/19

Well done to the Year 8 Netball Teams who won the Maidstone District Netball on Monday, 18 March! https://t.co/4NtglS7Tmz

22/03/19

Here at Invicta we support and encourage our students to explore all their post 18 options, we feel US Universities are especially great opportunities! https://t.co/EftwsxDhGz

21/03/19

Today we welcome our Italian Exchange Students from ITC Tosi-Busto Arsizio. https://t.co/2imSkbFlNA

21/03/19

Year 7 have been working hard on their cases today! Some beautiful creations coming along... https://t.co/nnJtUF8V43

21/03/19

Last night we held our Annual Spring Concert, with outstanding performances from our House Bands, Orchestra's and Choir's. We are so proud of all our students for their hard work in the build up to last night! https://t.co/fWEwDfFENI

21/03/19

Our IGS Runners are looking forward to the London Landmarks Half this coming Sunday in support of the Guide Dogs Association. Thank you to everyone who has donated. There is still time to donate via: https://t.co/tdQI1Zv5f2

20/03/19

Yesterday lunchtime our 'Mini House Spirit Day' fun continued! With a sponsored run from Austen House and sponsored hola hooping from Roddick House along with Frank House selling Popcorn and Candy Floss. All in the name of charity! https://t.co/XvpSOL35Jf

20/03/19

Good luck to our Year 7 Team, who are competing in the Kent County Netball Tournament today!

19/03/19

Congratulations to Angel in 9N, winner of the FIGS Amazing Chcolate Hamper Raffle! https://t.co/uJNI1zAscO

19/03/19

The Colvin House Bake Sale has gone down a treat - cake's enjoyed by all!🎂 https://t.co/dvMcPzNiQQ

19/03/19

Today is 'Mini-House Spirit Day'. All year groups are dressed and looking fabulous in their House Colours! We are all looking forward to the house events later today. https://t.co/mdrztBWkXd

18/03/19

On Saturday we welcomed Year 5's for an 'Introduction to Filmmaking'. Where they planned, directed and then filmed their own mini movies.📽️ We loved seeing you all and cannot wait to see you again! https://t.co/JwD8DeozKm

15/03/19

Thank you to everyone for attending our Young Chamber business lunch, with special thanks to the events sponsor and our guest speaker . Also a very big well done to the Young Chamber team for all their hard work in preparation for this event! https://t.co/WTximOsWnM

15/03/19

The girls have got their accessories on and have donated to this morning! Don't they look fabulous? https://t.co/MMzT6Av7Dp

14/03/19

Today we welcomed Year 5 students for our annual 'Primary STEM Challenge'. Well done to you all for your hard work! https://t.co/EHVRMz8vU2

14/03/19

A Level Art and Photograph have been getting creative by responding to the artist Yves Klien as part of their A Level exam unit. https://t.co/d4hxSY9AEG

WWI Diary 1914

3 January The last horse-drawn bus made its final journey through Beckenham.
15 January Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty threatened to resign from the
Government in protest against Ministerial opposition to higher naval expenditure.
9 February The wireless pioneer Marconi announces that he can light a lamp six miles away
by wireless power.
25 February Ulster's opposition to Home Rule for Ireland means the country was drifting towards
civil war.  The parliamentary Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) has 1000,000 armed men
and warned there would be bloodshed if the Home Rule bill should every become law.
13 April Mr Bernard Shaw's new play Pygmalion opened in London.
April Cricket ball makers at Penshurst and Tonbridge are among thousands of workers
throughout the Country on strike for higher wages.  Building workers came out in
January followed by Yorkshire miners in March.
14 May Rochester Bridge was opened by the Countess Darnley of Cobham.  It took 3 years
to build and cost £80,000.
20 June The world's biggest liner, The Bismarck, is launched by The Kaiser in Hamburg.
28 June Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne and his wife,
the Duchess of Hohenburg were assassinated as they drove through Sarajevo,
the capital of Bosnia.
28 July Austria declares war on Serbia.
30 July The German Kaiser Wilhelm III warns the Czar of Russia that Germany will
mobilise unless Russia withdraws the mobilisation orders of 1,200,000 troops.
30 July The Government agrees to shelve the Irish Home Rule bill due to the crisis in Europe.
July Work on a newly commissioned airship base at Kingsnorth on the Hoo peninsula
began and it was considered to be the most important and largest airship station in
the Country.
1 August The Kaiser declares war on his cousin, the Czar.  The Royal Navy was mobilised.
3 August Germany declares war on France.  Britain says it will stand by the 1839 Treaty of
London guaranteeing Belgium neutrality and will protect French coasts.
4 August Germany invades Belgium and Britain declares war against Germany.
6 August Austria declares war on Russia.
Serbia declares war on Germany.
Germany and Austria threaten to attack Italy if she refuses to announce neutrality.
16 August Germany takes Liege after fierce Belgian resistance.
17 August Field Marshal Sir John French and his British Expeditionary Force land in France.
23 August   Russian troops penetrate 50 miles into Prussia.
Japan declares war on Germany.
Brussels falls.
31 August British troops are engaged in a bitter struggle for the town of Mons.
Bloody battles are being fought in the ever-shifting line from Belgium in the north
to Lorraine in the south.
The Russian army have suffered a terrible defeat on the Eastern Front along the
borders of East Prussia.
7 September The first bomb falls on London.
The Royal Flying Corps throw steel darts out of their aircraft into the German trenches.
9 September The Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith, has called for another 50,000 men to sign
up for the army.  The army's strength is now 825,000 and almost as many men
are joining in a day as are normally recruited in a year.  Thousands are from Kent.
12 September German troops take Ghent and Lille.  Rheims has already fallen.
12 September Germans in retreat from Paris after decisive battles on the Western Front.
18 September Crayford inventor Hiram Maxim reveals his ant-Zeppelin incendiary bullet.
23 September Zeppelin sheds at Dusseldorf are bombed by British aeroplanes.
Three British cruisers have been sunk off the Netherlands.
28 September Turkey attacks Russian ports.
September Gravesend Grammar Schools for boys and girls are opened.  They had previously
been educated in a co-educational school.
10-17 October More than 5,000 Belgian refugees and wounded soldiers were brought into Dover.
28 October Police round up aliens across the country.  Concentration camps are set up in Kent.
29 October The Ramsgate fishing vessel, Our Tom, is blown up by a German mine killing all hands.
26 November HMS Bulwark blows up in the harbour at Sheerness, 700 are killed.
Income tax is doubled to pay for the war.
8 December HMS Kent sinks the German cruiser Nurnberg in the Battle of the Falkland Islands.
24 December An aerial bomb falls on Dover.
28 December SS Montrose, intended as a blockship in Dover Harbour was blown out to sea and
was wrecked on the Goodwin Sands.