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19/01/19

Good luck to our girls running for the Maidstone District team in Dover. We look forward to hearing how you get on! 🏃🏻‍♀️

19/01/19

You played very well boys, well done! https://t.co/d2CjjUmAx3

18/01/19

For anyone who still wants to attend our Burns Night Celebrations, you have until Monday to buy tickets and place your menu choices! https://t.co/h039KL0YlF

18/01/19

Calling all confident parents! https://t.co/mCcQVKbKdv

18/01/19

Great work Anastasia, keep it up!

17/01/19

The Year 9 GCSE Food Technology girls have been learning how to section a whole chicken this morning! https://t.co/OKlPt6u9Pp

17/01/19

Day 1 in Geneva at the FerMUM Conference. The girls are getting into the swing of things and looking forward to a day of debating! https://t.co/iMRidjZD8a

16/01/19

Retweeted From VIAT

We have a wide range of high quality, modern facilities across our schools which we offer for hire for either one-off events, or on a regular basis. Please click on the link to see and book the facilities we have to offer - https://t.co/2Tv4upQo8g

16/01/19

So much history what an incredible place! https://t.co/2EXnaUmIwQ

16/01/19

This is a great opportunity, and we encourage our students to apply! https://t.co/S04YufnGlu

15/01/19

It's not too late for you to sign up if you are interested in a career in teaching!👩‍🏫 https://t.co/O4RlXZeFDj

15/01/19

Do you think one of our hard working teams of staff, support staff or volunteers deserve to be recognised? Why not follow the link and submit your nominations! https://t.co/LpKtGnaPcL

14/01/19

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for your generosity for the Salvation Army Parcel Project in December. The images below show the beginning of the journey for each and every item donated – can you spot yours?! https://t.co/uMrzy23IgO

14/01/19

Well done to all our hard working Year 9, 10 and 12's for all your hard work in last weeks exams! Also, a huge good luck to Years 7 and 8 for this weeks exams. We are so proud of all your hard work, keep it up!

11/01/19

Have you read Mrs Derrick's recent blog yet? Follow the link to catch up: https://t.co/Nr1Ncp7IzZ

11/01/19

Great work from our younger students, what amazing creations! https://t.co/oFuHpFodfG

10/01/19

Throwback Thursday to RAG Week! Who's missing the excitement of it as much as we are? https://t.co/vzfwPjdQsA

10/01/19

Last night we welcomed last years Year 13 for their Prize Giving Afternoon. Whilst it was lovely for them to have a nice catchup with old teachers and friends, it was great for us to hear about what they have been up to since leaving! https://t.co/MgC7rYkeQZ

09/01/19

A huge congratulations to Megan in Year 11 who has been nominated for Pupil Library Assistant of the Year Award and Evia in Year 7 who has placed 2nd in the Austin Macauley Publishers Christmas Writing Competition! Well done girls keep up your great work! https://t.co/F5Jwwy2EYW

09/01/19

Yesterday we welcomed our future Year 7's, for another Year 6 Transition Workshop. We hope you enjoyed dancing your hearts out as much as we did! https://t.co/4KqfWbhY0x

07/01/19

There's still time to buy your tickets! https://t.co/h039KL0YlF

07/01/19

We'd like to welcome back all our amazing staff and students today, hope you are all ready for this term and all the great opportunities it will bring us!👩‍🏫

03/01/19

Don’t forget Year 9,10 and 12 exam week when we return. Little and often revision is key and will really help you get the grades you want! https://t.co/KZYb2v3Gvf

02/01/19

Retweeted From JO LOVES

Happy New Year! Bring on the next chapter of the Jo Loves story, we hope you will all be a part of it! ♥️ ✨ #2019 https://t.co/pON0MNrdk9

02/01/19

Wishing everyone a healthy and Happy New Year! Here's to another fantastic year of outstanding achievement, enjoyment and excellence. 🥳 https://t.co/0LKLohdcaL

24/12/18

Retweeted From Hever Castle

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; https://t.co/AOXXTyKh0Q

24/12/18

One more sleep to go! 🎅🏻🎄

20/12/18

We hope everyone is having a lovely break and is excited for Christmas like we are! https://t.co/LdkBpfodcW

20/12/18

What a fantastic end to the term! https://t.co/Q6QVzKMjXi

19/12/18

Have you got your tickets yet? Promised to be a night of great food and lots of fun, all in the name of charity. You don't want to miss it! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 https://t.co/1Us25VbptR

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

WWI Diary 1915

1 January The strength of the British army stands at 720,000 men.
A great gale caused havoc in Thanet.  Two men were killed by falling trees and
a barge with all hands foundered at Margate and the South Goodwin Lightship
went missing.
19 January A Zeppelin airship bombed Great Yarmouth and King's Lynn. 
Bombs fell near Sandringham and 20 people were killed.
25 January A telephone call was made between New York and San Francisco
by Alexander Graham Bell.
2 February Germany started a submarine blockade of the British Isle in an attempt
to destroy the British economy.
4 February The youth who killed Archduke Ferdinand and his wife escaped execution
due to his age.  The other conspirators were shot.
21 March HMS Kent was present at the sinking of the German cruiser Dresden off
Juan Fernandez Island.
26 March Sylvia Pankhurst was told by Lloyd George that women on war work would
receive the same pay as men.
22 April A War Office communique says British forces have been successful after a
battle for a small hill around the town of Ypres.  The position was known as Hill 60.
  The Germans have introduced a new weapon of chlorine gas.  Victims have fled
the trenches coughing, half-blind and panic stricken.
26 April Allied troops have positioned themselves along the Gallipoli peninsula after heavy
fighting with Turkish forces.  Churchill would like to knock the Turks out of the war.
17-18 August An airship crossed the coast at Herne Bay and flew over the pier.  It was fired on
by members of 42nd Provisional Battalion but flew over Canterbury, Ashford,
Faversham and Whitstable for 2 hours.  The airship dropped 18 high explosives
and 40 incendiary bombs in the open countryside.
September King George V and Lord Kitchener visited Folkestone to inspect the Canadian
troops at Shornecliff Camp.

27 September

600 Germans and Austrians were arrested in England and taken to the
Alexandra Palace for internment.
12 October A British nurse, Edith Cavell, was executed for treason are being charged with
harbouring Belgians of military age and helping young English and French soldiers
to escape to freedom across the Dutch border.
29 October 10,000 people attended a memorial service for Nurse Edith Cavell at St Paul's
Cathedral.
11 November Winston Churchill resigned from the Government with the intention of re-joining
his regiment in France.  He was sacked from the Government six months previously.
8 December New flags were presented to HMS Kent by the County Society to replace those
damaged in the Battle of the Falklands.  The County Society opened a fund for
prisoners of war in Germany.
15 December Sir Douglas Haig, First Army Commander in Flanders, replaced Sir John French as
Commander of the British Forces on the Western Front.  The front runs from
Ostend across Flanders then above Paris and then east to the fortress town of
Verdun.  The line has not changed much for more than a year. 
19 December A major landslip in Folkestone Warren closed the South Eastern and Chatham
railway line between Folkestone and Dover.