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  • 16/07/21

    Year 10 Fieldwork On The River Chess

    Despite the pandemic, the GCSE Geography class of 2020 have been on a fieldtrip! On the 15th and 17th of June, we visited 2 sites on the River Chess - Chesham Moor and Scotsbridge Mill. Our aim? To investigate, firsthand, the drainage basin characteristics and flood risks studied in lessons. The Che...
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  • 16/07/21

    Year 12 Geography Field Trip

    Please enter an introduction fOn Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th June 2021, the Year 12 A-Level Geography classes visited Lewes town, and Newhaven and Seaford beaches in East Sussex. This was in preparation for our NEA, an individual investigation each of us will undertake next year as part of our A...
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  • 16/07/21

    Cayley Mathematical Olympiad

    The Cayley Mathematical Olympiad is a follow-on round to the Intermediate Mathematical Challenge. It is a 2-hour Challenge consisting of six problems requiring full written solutions.   The questions featured in the Cayley Olympiad cover a range of mathematical topics and requ...
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  • 15/07/21

    The Poet's Society Anthology Launch

    On Wednesday 14th July, the Kendrick Poet’s Society launched our first Poetry Anthology. The stunning book is the culmination of the Society’s hard work over the past year, featuring a variety of poems written, and edited, by Kendrick students, with the help of Miss Akcay.  The t...
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  • 14/07/21

    Summer Showcase 2021

    As we draw near to the end of another momentous year, we wanted to celebrate all things creative at Kendrick and invited students and staff to send in items of music, drama, dance, poetry, art and textiles work. We were overwhelmed by the response and thus put together this ‘Summer Showcase...
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  • 14/07/21

    Reflections on a Decade: An Anthology of Ideas

    Last year saw the beginning of a new decade and an opportunity to reflect on the past and form new visions of our future.  The last decade, and now including 2020, has seen remarkable national and international events that changed the landscape of the world: Social media skyrocketed in it...
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  • 13/07/21

    Summer Harp Concert

    Our harp players at Kendrick have been working extremely hard to put together a concert which showcases their instrument and what they have been able to achieve in their solo/ensemble playing, despite the restrictions that have been in place. With the help and support of Mrs Elliott, these students...
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  • 13/07/21

    Seed Bomb Workshop

    During Earth Week, a very popular event was the seed bomb workshop where many students from different year groups had an opportunity to make seed bombs to plant in their own gardens. The event took place in the Art rooms where students worked on their seed bombs in their own bubbles.  
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  • 13/07/21

    Meat Free Meal Day

    A very popular event that took place during Earth Week was the Meat Free Meal Day on Friday 25th June. Everyone had the option to use phones to take pictures of their meal in order to upload it onto EcoSpot, to help us to reach our target for meat free meals, which we have now reached. The...
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  • 08/07/21

    Shakespeare Birthday Celebration Competition Winners

    Early in the summer term, the English department organised Shakespeare competitions and activities in honour of his birth and death day.   The first competition was a quiz, with knowledge about Shakespeare’s life and works; there were very high scores from every entrant! Our joint...
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  • 29/06/21

    Duke of Edinburgh Award Volunteers

    On Friday 25th June, three beautiful pamper hampers were created as the final task undertaken by the group of students who have now completed their volunteering part of the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award. Sophia, Isabelle, Mahi, Emma and Zunairah have been helping with various activities around t...
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  • 22/06/21

    Year 8 Bushcraft Residential Trip

    Bushcraft was a very good experience in many ways, we learnt new skills that will benefit us in the future; learnt how to survive in the wild; how to deal with bugs; but most importantly, we met new people, had fun, and enjoyed being outside, admiring nature we are so l...
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