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11/12/19

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!🎄 https://t.co/C6IcsYTAxn

10/12/19

Stars in their eyes 2019!🎤 https://t.co/PFt8FBfPDu

10/12/19

have been messing around on the gym bars today! https://t.co/ljJk1RmuHz

10/12/19

Today's RAG theme - First Initial! Can you guess their names? https://t.co/fENG7w4GAG

09/12/19

o, Romeo, Romeo https://t.co/8LeQO2x5FI

09/12/19

It's RAG Week! Today's theme - Movies vs Musicals 🎬 https://t.co/pe3vhoogI5

07/12/19

Retweeted From Maidstone Borough Council

Students from have been at today planting 11,000 bulbs including daffodils and bluebells! They were helped by Mote Park Officer Alan Frith and Nicola Toulson who looks after the Go Green Go Wild scheme 🌷 The bulbs will flower March to April time! https://t.co/y96cSAHvJz

06/12/19

Students enjoyed the Christmas Fair this lunchtime, especially the visit for the puppies! Raising £350! https://t.co/imX15RVWAH

06/12/19

The elves have been to our Christmas Fair today! https://t.co/hgIgo9UUPx

06/12/19

Retweeted From Maidstone Newsie (Maidstone Daily Prss)

Invicta Grammar School planting 11,000 bulbs in Mote Park ... Story by >> https://t.co/3TKbzkXxEO and via https://t.co/Lq25HBFHcs | | https://t.co/PlI5QnYs4M

06/12/19

Retweeted From Five Acre Wood

Grateful for students from years 12 & 13 who are with us today as past of their community project work. https://t.co/vMDwT39Nym

05/12/19

Retweeted From VIAT

Don't forget you can hire our fantastic school facilities for your own events at very competitive prices. See what we have to offer across our secondary schools here: https://t.co/YYkug5Af1I

05/12/19

Well done to the Year 8 Netball Teams who played against last night. It was a great team effort with the 2 teams alternating each quarter to take on our opponents. After taking an early lead, MGGS fought hard to catch us but Invicta held on for a 19-16 win! https://t.co/O49lXvkXYT

05/12/19

Yesterday we held our first Power Day! Aptly named in order to empower students to make good decisions, be more knowledgeable, be tolerant and respect society. We were also lucky enough to have several external speakers in, creating a real buzz throughout the day. https://t.co/Q76xztAuFz

05/12/19

The elves have been up to their old tricks this morning at the Carol Concert rehearsal! https://t.co/sQKm85xYtP

04/12/19

The naughty elves are making a Christmas brew! https://t.co/cganyNd6Ng

04/12/19

Preparations for tomorrow’s Carol Service are well underway with our technicians are hard at work! https://t.co/5Yzv9D7ASV

03/12/19

The Christmas Tree is up and decorated! 🎄🎅🏻 https://t.co/LeKQ1a5Qwz

03/12/19

The elves creating havoc at the book fair today. Open to all year groups this week! https://t.co/AUnyOwnTV2

02/12/19

Let’s see what Invicta’s naughty elf’s have been up to today, check in everyday to see what they’ve been doing! https://t.co/3DxvvICEDj

02/12/19

A very warm welcome to Mr Sullivan and the Hong Kong Exchange students from the G.T. College! We hope you enjoy your stay. https://t.co/u9v6dE8EAC

29/11/19

Thank you to everyone who has joined in our fun - so far we have raised £345! If you would like to donate further to charities that are striving to tackle male mental health issue, then please visit our Just Giving Page: https://t.co/9u7rBHKb0K https://t.co/bTfMRwMASj

29/11/19

Today's Non Uniform Theme - Pajamas!❄️ https://t.co/EwlUUnmXsi

28/11/19

Not forgetting one student was lucky enough to give Mr Ehren a new hair cut! All in the name of charity... https://t.co/wKgkJy9Bbh

28/11/19

The MoShow was a success! Students thoroughly enjoyed face painting and waxing our male members of staff and sixth form this lunchtime! https://t.co/oq3xOAKzaR

28/11/19

A great day for the A Level Computer Science students! https://t.co/Gps9JZSqg0

27/11/19

18 of our A Level Maths students enjoyed a highly influential and inspiring day at on Tuesday! https://t.co/S9BoYrcG8W

26/11/19

Thank you to everyone that attended the 16+ Open Evening last night. We hope you enjoyed it and we look forward to sharing the next step of your academic journey with you!

26/11/19

This afternoon 10G have been using 'Speed Text Dating' to compare and analyse non-fiction texts. After writing a 'lonely heart' for their text they went on three first dates before finally deciding which text they were most suited to for the second date! Great fun was had by all! https://t.co/U3YNBQYvgt

25/11/19

Wednesday night saw the annual Autumn Concert, that as always did not disappoint! https://t.co/meOnsjNFZw

25/11/19

The Whitstable is done, Mr Ryder and Mr Ehren took part finishing 4th and 10th! https://t.co/8sXzaAjQHg

22/11/19

Well done to Amber in 11I who has recently been awarded a BTEC Level 2 in Aviation Studies from the RAF Air Cadets. Congratulations Amber! https://t.co/UwbDxml3Op

21/11/19

is back and lots of our staff are getting involved! We have plenty of moustaches on display, all being grown with the aim of raising awareness. If anyone would like to support us please visit: https://t.co/9u7rBHKb0K https://t.co/GUwrtatRzz

21/11/19

The Year 9 Classical Civilisation students have performed a Greek Sacrifice. The mantis read the entrails of the sacrificed beast (teddy bear) and the gifts were received favorably by the Greek Gods. Fun was had by all! https://t.co/4OdDD6HOGp

20/11/19

The Year 5 girls enjoyed designing their own sustainability bags last night at the Business Workshop. Visit our website to book your daughter onto one of our Transition Workshops! https://t.co/OsWbtuTPRl

19/11/19

Every student in Year 7 and 8 will receive their BookBuzz books this week courtesy of our wonderful FIGS. https://t.co/42ueoAbH25

18/11/19

Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraising day we've raised £691! Well done to Year 7 for organising the cake sale, and also to the 59 students and 23 staff who cycled continuously from 7.30 til 16.00pm. The total distance covered was 397km! https://t.co/9are9y23D2

15/11/19

At the beginning of lunch we have reached 273 miles on our Invicta Bikeathon! The staff and students are doing a fantastic job - keep it up! https://t.co/18yXfES2qr

15/11/19

We all enjoyed the cake sale organised by our Year 7's this breaktime!🧁 https://t.co/YMfxwTcjN0

15/11/19

We are an hour and a half into our Invicta Bikeathon for with 82 miles already cycled! https://t.co/BcXRTdphVP

Young Carers Group

We are keen to support the Young Carers in our school community to ensure that they receive the care and support they are entitled to. 

Are you a Young Carer?

What might a Young Carer do? You might do one or more of these tasks:

  •  Practical tasks, such as cooking, housework and shopping.
  •  Physical care, such as helping someone out of bed.
  •  Emotional support, such as talking to someone who is distressed.
  •  Personal care, such as helping someone dress.
  •  Managing the family budget and collecting prescriptions.
  •  Helping to give medicine.
  •  Helping someone communicate.
  •  Looking after brothers and sisters.

Being a Young Carer can have a big impact on the things that are important to growing up:

  • It can affect a young person’s health, social life and self-confidence.
  • Many young carers struggle to juggle their education and caring which can cause pressure and stress.
  • In a survey, 39% said that nobody in their school was aware of their caring role.
  • 26% have been bullied at school because of their caring role.
  • 1 in 20 miss school because of their caring role.

But young people can learn lots of useful skills by being a Young Carer and do it out of LOVE.  We understand this and provide understanding and practical support.

At Invicta, we offer a wide range of support to students who are Young Carers, as we know what an amazing job they do!

Young Carers’ club meets every week and participates in various activities: from board games, drawing, crafting, first aid and relaxation.  We have regular celebrations; a picnic this summer and a Christmas party every year. The club is an opportunity to make friends from across the school community, who each understands the unique position Young Carers can find themselves in.

All Heads of Year have had training in recognising the specific concerns that Young Carers can have and are able to guide the family through the registration process with local services.  We endeavour to support the student, and their family, to ensure that they can take full advantage of all the opportunities Invicta has to offer and can feel secure in the knowledge that their circumstances are understood and recognised.

If you think that your daughter/son is a Young Carer, please contact us. In the first instance, contact should be made with the Head of Year of your daughter/son.

Students ……

We have members of staff to turn to when you need support:  your Form Tutor; your Head of Year or Miss Alteri.

 

There are also local services available to Young Carers:

 

0300 111 1110 – Kent Young Carers

03450 956 701 – Crossroads YC

From our group members...

"Coming to club on a Friday gives me a break from my worries."

 

"Being a young carer gives me responsibility in my family."

 

"I like being a young carer because it gives me a sense of responsibility. The club gives me a break from this. And biscuits."

 

"Being a young carer is normal everyday life. It doesn'™t make a difference. I don'™t think people understand; some days are easy and some days can be hard, every day is different. I have just grown up with it. That's life to me. And I love it."

 

"Being a young carer is rewarding because you get to see the person you care for from another perspective. I think I have connected with my mum in a really powerful way."

 

"Even though it might be tough at times, it prepares you for older life."

 

"Coming to club on a Friday has given me time on my own. You can be yourself."