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  • 29/09/22

    Kendrick Celebrates 145th Birthday

    This year we celebrate an incredible 145 years of Kendrick, 145 years of girls’ education!   Kendrick School, came into existence in 1877. It is named after its founder, John Kendrick, whose painting is in this Hall.  John Kendrick was a 17th century merchant and clothier who...
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  • 20/09/22

    Name It or Lose It

    At the start of each term, the lost property cupboard is tidied and students are asked to look for any items that they have previously lost. Clearly named items are returned to the students. The remaining unnamed items are either donated to charity, sold in the Second Hand Uniform Shop or thrown awa...
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  • 09/09/22

    Queen Elizabeth II (1926 - 2022) A Tribute

    Yesterday we heard the very sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral. This is clearly an historic moment for the country and the world as people everywhere acknowledge the tremendous contribution and service the Queen gave to the country, the Commonwealth and all the charities and org...
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  • 09/08/22

    A Level and GCSE Results 2022

    We are delighted with the A Level and GCSE results received this summer at Kendrick School.
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  • 15/07/22

    Wind And Brass Performer Series

    On Wednesday 6th July, we hosted an event for students from Kendrick and schools from the surrounding area in which they had the opportunity to learn from industry professionals in the wind and brass families. During the afternoon, students worked together on ensemble items, developing their sense o...
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  • 15/07/22

    Poetry Pentathlon

    One of the events of the Creative Arts Festival was a Poetry Pentathlon, which was held at lunchtime on Wednesday 13th July.  Students were challenged to do any or all of a selection of five mini-poetry ‘events’ (see below).  The idea was to compose poetry at speed, letting...
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  • 14/07/22

    Sports Day 2022

    With amazing effort and determination shown by all three houses, Kendrick saw its first whole school sports day since 2019, hosted at Palmer Park. Track events took place in the morning, and all the way from 1500m to 75m, it was an incredibly close contest. Even through 30⁰C temperatures, students f...
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  • 14/07/22

    Student Leadership For Social Justice

    On Tuesday 12th July, ten members of the Kendrick Student Leaders (KSL) team attended a 'UK Student Leadership Conference 2022' in London hosted by the FCA.  This was a programme aimed at state school girls, where we learnt not just about empowering ourselves but also our...
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  • 12/07/22

    Kendrick Celebrates The Queen's Platinum Jubilee

    The sun shone as Kendrick School celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style on Friday 8th July. There were many exciting competitions to enter, a picnic lunch to enjoy on the school lawn and fun activity stalls to partake in throughout our extended lunch session. 
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  • 12/07/22

    Daisy Wins Scientific Essay Competition

    Every year, the Franklin Society of Cambridge University's Murray Edwards College hosts a science-based essay competition. The competition is open to Sixth Form students (or equivalent) from any country and of any gender. The competition aims to encourage students to explore scientific issu...
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  • 01/07/22

    Space Society's Astro Blog

    Our Year 13 students, Jade and Katerina have been running ‘Space Society’ for the last few years.  Throughout lockdown they used the two computerised Celestron telescopes belonging to the Physics department. These are loaned to interested students, and you will see from...
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  • 01/07/22

    Remembering Sahana

    Remembering Sahana, a student at Kendrick School, who was talented and clever, but more importantly was a kind, considerate and selfless child who loved her school, her family and friends and the life she had. We mourn her loss and celebrate her life.    
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