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The future is in safe hands. Invicta students propose solutions to global issues on poverty and climate change.


1,500 students 'Join the Conversation' to help solve the global issues facing our world.


Congratulations to the U14/U15 for their 14-3 win against Highworth Grammar School on Wednesday, 22 January. The team were impressive to watch and controlled the game from start to finish. Further congratulations to Gabby who was awarded player of the match!


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Four Year 10 students competed in the Invicta Maths Challenge alongside ten other schools...


Congratulations to Emily in Year 12 who has been awarded first prize in the Genocide Memorial Day Poetry Competition run by the Islamic Human Rights Commission!


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Can you guess what it is yet?


In celebration of Year 11 (now Year 12) receiving their GCSE certificates, yesterday they planted some beautiful daffodils!


Yesterday we welcomed 40 eager Year 5's to an All Day Science Workshop 'The Mad Professor'. The girls enjoyed a day full of science experiments and even made their very own slime!


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Looking forward to Dr Giles Yeo talking on Thursday 23 January at Sevenoaks school. Please join us!


Well done to Tonbridge Grammar School who were crowned winners of our Secondary Maths Challenge Heat 1, on Friday . Thank you to all other 8 schools who attended!


On Friday 17 January, Year 8 students were all in school, achieving 100% attendance for their year group for the second time this week. Well done Year 8, keep up the good work!


Wednesday, 15 January saw our annual Year 11 Prize Giving to celebrate their GCSE results, along with the multitude of other successes during their time here. With guest speaker , inspiring us all, it was a night not to be missed!


The Year 9 GCSE students have being working hard in Food Technology today on their Tunnock's Teacake Challenge entries!


Tuesday saw the launch of our new Thinking Out Loud events, hosted by Mr Waters and Mr Taylor. Exploring how our Universe came to be before unlocking the secret to successful relationships. We look forward to exploring both the biggest and smallest of ideas at our next event.


Well done to Anusha Year 11 and Megan Year 12 upon receiving their Silver Pupil Librarian Achievement Award. They work tirelessly to promote the library and read - congratulations!


On Wednesday, 15 January, Year 8 students were all in school, achieving 100% attendance for their year group. Well done Year 8, keep up the good work!


Congratulations to all our Year 7 and 8 students who have read at least a million words since the start of the academic year and are now Word Millionaires. Well done to you all!


Have you got your Burns Night ticket yet?


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Only four weeks to go before our next production...


And that's a wrap - 3 days, 700+ young people, 50+ schools, 23 countries, 8 committees and 2 youth assemblies!


Congratulations to Katie, Hazel, Lyanna, Nicole, Maya, Abbie, Amy, Anezka, Hannah, Harriet and Olivia for representing Invicta at the Championships on Saturday. It was a day full of competitive races, but you were excellent ambassadors and swam brilliantly!


Sixth Form students are currently enjoying the Model UN in Geneva, taking part in the Futurecasters 75th Anniversary Celebrations!


On Wednesday 8 January, Year 10 students were all in school, achieving 100% attendance for their year group. Well done Year 10, keep up the good work!


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The first blog of the year is now online and available to read!


Today we welcome back all students for what we hope will be another great year of achievement and success!🎊#backtoschool


The elves have left us one final message, before they return to the North Pole! Can you decode it? 🎅🏻


The elves have cut down the Invicta Christmas Tree!


We think the naughty elves might be a little bit excited for Christmas!


The elves have decided to explore the sound room and are now playing Christmas music very loudly!


The elves have raided Mrs Derrick’s stationery draw and used her phone to help Santa with his naughty or nice list!


The naughty elves have been playing with our clocks today, in the hope to get us to Christmas faster!


The elves have been practicing their Christmas Carols today!


Whilst the students are away, the elves will play!


Congratulations to Amber in 8C who won the fantastic FIGS Giant Sloth Raffle. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets, together we have raised £103.50 for FIGS!


Christmas antics on the last day of term! Hope you all have a lovely and enjoyable break.🎅🏻


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The votes are now being counted in the and mock election today. What will our young people decide?


The naughty elves have been in Maths today!


Dino voted for the in our mock election for students this morning, during form time. Results will be revealed tomorrow!

Pupil Premium

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Invicta Grammar School Pupil Premium Funding

The Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) is a government grant that is given to schools to help them support those children that are the most disadvantaged, with a focus on raising attainment.  

In the 2019-20 financial year, all schools will receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:

•    £935 for secondary-aged pupils

Schools will receive £2,300 for any pupil:

  • identified in the January 2018 school census or the alternative provision census as having left local authority care as a result of:
    • adoption
    • a special guardianship order
    • a child arrangements order (previously known as a residence order)
  • who has been in local authority care for 1 day or more
  • recorded as both eligible for FSM in the last 6 years and as being looked after (or as having left local authority care)

For pupils who attract the £2,300 rate, the virtual school head of the local authority that looks after the pupil will manage the funding.

In addition to this funding, schools are allocated funding to support the children whose parents are Service Men or Women.


Invicta Grammar School uses its Pupil Premium funding to help pay for a range of opportunities including support that is available for students as and when they might need it.  This includes recommended and requested support.

Students at Invicta Grammar School are encouraged to participate in a range of educational opportunities and activities to complement their academic work.  This includes participation in the school’s Broadening Horizons programme and activities such as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, peripatetic music lessons, support with travel, educational school trips including language exchanges.  Support is also given with the purchase of specialist equipment and uniform.  

The school writes to the parents of eligible students at the beginning of the school year to clarify in which areas support can be offered and to provide information about the process which is simplified to encourage requests.  

In 2018-2019, (September 2018 – August 2019) Invicta Grammar School was allocated £91,269.00.  

Details of the spending for 2018-19 were:

1.    Inclusion Teachers  


2.    School Counsellor 

£  2,925

3.    Trips and Opportunities

£  5,943

4.    Homework Club  

£  2,281

5.    Breakfast Club

£  2,987

6.    Music Lessons

£  4,977

7.    Learning Resources

£  2,172

8.  School Uniform

£  1,079



The allocation for Invicta Grammar School for the current academic year – September 2019 – March 2020 is £52,133.  The remaining allocation of funds will be made in the new financial year in April 2020.