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  • 21/10/21

    Debate Club

    This year, we started a Debate Club for the Lower School, at Monday lunchtimes, and we’re really happy with how it’s gone so far, as the progress everyone has made is very evident.
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  • 20/10/21

    "Unacceptable"

    Last week, Year 10-13 spent their PSHCE lesson watching a drama performance called “Unacceptable” by the theatre company, AlterEgo. The performance highlighted issues of sexism, sexual harassment, and sexual violence, and particularly pushed the importance of reacting to casual sexism to...
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  • 19/10/21

    Student Anthology for COP26

    “We are the spark, that will light the fire that will burn so bright that they’ll stop and listen. ” A student anthology competition was launched, based on the theme, ‘Words and Pictures for your World’ to encourage young people to voice their opinions...
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  • 13/10/21

    #HelloYellow

    Last Friday students were asked to wear something yellow today, a small gesture to celebrate the little things we can do to look after ourselves and support each other.
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  • 01/10/21

    Year 7 House Chess 2021

    We had our very first live house event of the school year on Wednesday: Year 7 House Chess. 52 enthusiastic Year 7 students attended and played matches between different houses, and all received house points for participation. The winning house was…. Sidmouth with 10 wins and 4 points from dr...
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  • 28/09/21

    European Day Of Languages Bingo

    To mark the European Day of Languages, students and staff have been invited to participate in our European Day of Languages Department Bingo! The bingo includes challenges to be completed in order to win house points for a year group e.g. “Bake or cook a typical German...
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  • 28/09/21

    Year 7 Bookbuzz Scheme

    Bookbuzz is a reading programme from BookTrust that aims to help schools inspire a love of reading in 11 to 13-year-olds. Every year here at Kendrick, our generous Kendrick Parents Society (KPS) pays for this opportunity for our Year 7 cohort, allowing us to give these students the opportunity to...
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  • 28/09/21

    White House Tokens

    Kendrick School Leaders have the privilege of being able to award students a white house token.  Students can receive a token which goes towards their house points if they meet with the carefully considered criteria as set out below. School leaders are eagerly looking forward to...
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  • 28/09/21

    Period Positivity At Kendrick School

    In the last five years, we have seen a rise of movements surrounding periods. From the fight to end the Tampon Tax, to the Free Periods campaign, activists are encouraging us to end the stigma about menstruation and make sure that menstruators of all ages have access to free menstrual products, as w...
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  • 28/09/21

    144th School Birthday Celebration

    We celebrated the School Birthday on Monday 27th September.  Each form made a cake that was judged by Ms Kattirtzi and Mrs Cook.   The cakes were displayed for everyone to view during 1st break and then shared with the tutor group at lunch time.  There were Year Gr...
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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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