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  • 16/12/20

    Year 9 Careers Activity Competition

    On profiling day, one of our activities was to go to the library and look at some of the career’s resources. I hadn’t looked at them much before, but the library has a wide range of books about choosing careers, what qualifications you need and what careers relate to specific subjec...
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  • 16/12/20

    Year 7 Christmas Craft

    On Thursday 10th December, Year 7 crafters got to enjoy the fun and fascinating craft of origami.  We made Father Christmas decorations, which were quite easy, once we had mastered the art of sharp folds and points.  But the results were very effective, and we ended up with quite a family...
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  • 11/12/20

    Christmas Bake-Off

    Well done to all the participants of the School Council's Christmas Bake off, we received photos  of some amazing bakes.  There were beautifully decorated cakes, gingerbread houses, yule logs and lots more festive treats!  It was delightful to see so many excellent entries, especi...
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  • 11/12/20

    It's Panto Season - Oh No It's Not!

    During this unusual festive season, our Year 10 Drama students at Kendrick have tried to maintain their ‘normal’ routine of putting on a pantomime for students to watch, and this year it is no different! They have worked tirelessly to put on this show for everyone to enjoy and we hope th...
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  • 11/12/20

    Virtual Christmas Concert 2020

    This year has certainly had its ups and downs, but everyone has been working hard to help each other out and stay safe in doing so. For us in Music, this has meant completely changing the way things are done, but we have still been able to rehearse in small groups in a Covid-safe way and enjoy expre...
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  • 10/12/20

    The Winning Entry To 'His Dark Materials' Competition

    Thank you to everyone for entering the competition; the librarians thoroughly enjoyed reading the accounts of what our students thought the character Lyra would do if faced with a pandemic as we are now. The standard of writing was incredible and it was a tough decision choosing a winner. With th...
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  • 08/12/20

    Inter-form Dance 2020

    In a year that has seen many cancellations and challenges, it is lovely that we can still have positive events.  The annual Inter-form Dance is always a joy:  the teamworking that it encourages, the fun for the students in working to the set theme and the excitement of the competition sess...
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  • 08/12/20

    German Poetry Workshop

    On Tuesday, 1st December, 32 German GCSE students from years 10 and 11 had the unique opportunity to take part in a virtual German Poetry Workshop with World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker, organised and financed by the Goethe Institut. It felt like the German Department had won the lottery when t...
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  • 03/12/20

    An Evening With Chineke! At Wigmore Hall, London

    On 19th November, the Chineke! Chamber Ensemble performed to a live stream at Wigmore Hall in London.  The Chineke! Foundation was created by Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE in 2015 to provide outstanding career opportunities to established and up-and-coming Black, Asian and ethnically diverse cl...
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  • 02/12/20

    Inter-House Reading Competition

    Here is a wonderful opportunity for you to support your House & gain loads of valuable House Points! Are the Sidmouth Squids the best readers? Or will the Palmer Llamas win this one? Can the Cedar Seals top the score board? YOU could make the difference!
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  • 27/11/20

    Virtual Homework Club!

    As part of our Widening Horizons initiative, we are delighted to re-establish our Homework Club for girls in 5 who are in receipt of pupil premium, service premium or a child in care (or previously in care). 
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  • 27/11/20

    Shakespeare Schools Festival

    On Friday 20th November, a group of 84 students from across years 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 came together to perform a COVID safe version of 'As You Like It' as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival 2020.  We'd been working on the play for 3 months, working with five d...
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