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22/08/19

Students at Invicta Grammar School achieved not only an outstanding set of A Level results but also gained a superb set of GCSE results, with 63% of all grades at levels 7 to 9. We are extremely proud - a massive well done to all of our students! https://t.co/BhQtGA4xBO

20/08/19

We would like to wish Maddie Brant and Ella Fisher the best of luck, as they both embark on a new journey studying in America! Maddie has secured a place at Rutgers University, studying Sports Science, with Ella gaining a place at Connecticut College to study History. Well done!

15/08/19

We are immensely proud of each and everyone of our A Level Students today. Achieving a superb result of 63% A*- B grades. Congratulations to you all and well done for all your hard work! https://t.co/b5K42P7QFl

09/08/19

We hope all the girls thoroughly enjoyed our Primary Musical Theatre Summer School last week. We look forward to welcoming you back for more workshops in September! There is still time to book your daughter onto lots of our fantastic Transition Workshops: https://t.co/t27ZPDcRLs https://t.co/t8S8EJYBp8

09/08/19

Retweeted From SST Maidstone

Don't forget to book a place for your child (starting Year 6 in September) at the SST Maidstone open event on 12 October 2019 (two sessions: 9am-12.30pm & 1pm-4.30pm). These sessions will show students what our fantastic new school has to offer! Book here: https://t.co/gHY2ekVZc9 https://t.co/mB9X7GxlWa

23/07/19

Come to our 11+ Open Mornings! You'll be able to see what you will study, along with other exciting opportunities on offer! To book a place on either the 17 or 18 October please click here

23/07/19

Don't miss our 11+ Open Events! You'll be able to see what you will study, along with other exciting opportunities on offer! You don't need to book a place for our Open Evening on the 3 October 2019 6pm-9pm, and to book a place on one of our Open Mornings please click here

23/07/19

Come to our 11+ Open Events! You'll be able to see, what you will study, along with other exciting opportunities on offer! You don't need to book a place for our Open Evening on the 3 October 2019 6pm-9pm, and to book a place on one of our Open Mornings please click here

19/07/19

The end of the academic year is upon us and it has been another fantastic year for fundraising with £46,623.11 raised for numerous charities! A particular mention to Therapy Partners, Ronald McDonald, Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Holding On Letting Go and Breast Cancer Care Kent. https://t.co/X03QJrqAxZ

18/07/19

We hope you enjoy all the goodies inside our hamper! Also, congratulations to Louisa for a fantastic performance!

18/07/19

The Library Challenge 20 has been a fantastic success this year! The overall winner was Anusha in 10T who has read a phenomenal 100 books over the academic year and the runner up was Tash in 7T. Well done girls! https://t.co/skOeCDtaRK

18/07/19

Another year, another production and what a fantastic production it was! 4 performances later with over 1000 audience members - we hope you enjoyed as much as we did! https://t.co/VFB9S3c2Nv

18/07/19

Retweeted From Christopher gedge

Absolutely sensational performance of Beauty & The Beast!!! https://t.co/KRqNsPlYAO

15/07/19

Year 10 returned from work experience week today. Not only being excited about seeing their friends, they are spending the day reviewing their experiences and hearing about their post 18 options providing them with more careers education as they make their plans for the future! https://t.co/MoxHVaXSpK

11/07/19

What an achievement!

11/07/19

Retweeted From BeReady

Great to be working with in helping their students to for the future with . https://t.co/9TjI9Wrpzp

11/07/19

We are delighted to announce that we are the best grammar school in Kent and fourth nationally according to The Real Schools Guide 2019! https://t.co/ZpzCcv8aAi

11/07/19

Year 7 have been treated to breakfast this morning as a well done for all their hard work this year! The girls have all grown up considerably since September and are turning into some outstanding young ladies. https://t.co/KydhTWAI2U

10/07/19

All our Year 10's are working extremely hard with Eloise and Georgia , Bo-Erin in Larkfield and Stephanie at The Discovery School! https://t.co/5ZjRiOWIVB

10/07/19

Year 6 pupils from and have joined us today to learn about the world of work and living on a budget as part of their Careers Education Week! https://t.co/DcoDesEU77

10/07/19

Year 10 are working hard this week on their work experience placements! With Darcy , Honey and Lola . https://t.co/solripC7x8

10/07/19

As part of 'Set Your Hands Free' week our students have been pledging for what they will be doing instead of using their phones and tablets! https://t.co/dhNaZSzNOg

09/07/19

We can’t wait to see what they share with us! https://t.co/XeYfrz8EKw

09/07/19

Retweeted From VIPS@Kingshill

As part of the careers week 'The Real Game' Yr6 were visited by a range of work professionals. They spoke to the children about their career pathways & what is involved in their job role. Many thanks to https://t.co/RhIpo9Obs6

09/07/19

Our annual FIGS Fair 2019 will be held on Saturday, 21 September here at Invicta, a day not to be missed! https://t.co/0By7rfNXqB

08/07/19

On Wednesday, 3 July we held our annual Summer Concert - it was an evening full of wonderful music and talent! https://t.co/ehrY5RKPdr

05/07/19

Thank you for helping at Year 12 Career day it was lovely to have you back! https://t.co/XOCQA4N1NF

05/07/19

Year 12 students attended a Careers Day today and had a mock interview with visiting employers as well as time to research their post 18 options. They were nervous about the interviews but gained a lot from the experience! https://t.co/eRE5KTxZUj

05/07/19

Wictoria in Year 7 has set the hula hooping record of 40 minutes and she’s still going! https://t.co/sIOkl3FpHJ

05/07/19

Who’s got the best hat?

05/07/19

Sports day is well under way with Mr Masters announcing & supplying us with all the tunes! https://t.co/MEa2nK0ejB

05/07/19

Thank you for coming! https://t.co/IitdnXho2H

04/07/19

Today we welcome our new Year 7's for their Taster Day. First lesson - Business and Enterprise! The girls have been learning about production lines and have created some impressive cars🚗 https://t.co/7Gj6UXFYoe

04/07/19

Our student judging panel has been hard at work during their lunchbreak on Tuesday, evaluating books on the Young People’s Book Prize shortlist. https://t.co/7GdC6hgINM

03/07/19

The Year 9 Geography students have been studying small scale ecosystems at the local nature reserve! 🌞 https://t.co/j2cFZkh5hp

02/07/19

Mrs Woods and her POP Group have been busy crocheting roses for the Beauty and the Beast Production. These will be on sale on each show night - £4 each!🌹 https://t.co/aORywQzdGQ

02/07/19

This afternoon our GCSE Food Technology girls were joined by for a delicious food lesson! https://t.co/jPUyTmSPqF

01/07/19

Part 1 of our Cultural Diversity Workshop in making Russian Dolls. "All the Same. All Different." https://t.co/osWaxjmUbM

01/07/19

Former Student, Sarah Hunter, is climbing to Mount Everest Base camp to raise money for Action Against Hunger. If you would like to sponsor her please follow the link and donate what you can: https://t.co/arzjaXoiFD

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.