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December 2019

  • 18/12/19

    Presentation of the A Level Certificates and Awards Evening

    One key event this week and an important occasion in our calendar was the Presentation of A Level Certificates to our students who left in the summer. Their achievements were once again excellent and many of them are now at university on courses they chose over a year ago. Some have taken a gap year...
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  • 18/12/19

    Library Christmas Quiz 2019

    Huge congratulations to Siddhi from 10G for winning the Library Christmas Quiz this year.  We had lots of entries with several students scoring full marks and lots only getting one wrong.  The winner was drawn at random from all of those achieving 20/20.
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  • 18/12/19

    Santa Claus Is Coming To Kendrick!

    On Saturday the library welcomed a very special guest for the first time….
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  • 18/12/19

    Kendrick Book Club Christmas Party

    On Friday lunchtime the library hosted the Book Club’s annual Christmas celebration.  The turnout was good considering the germs that have been wiping out students in recent weeks!
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  • 13/12/19

    Christmas Concert 2019

    The Christmas Concert last evening was a wonderful evening of traditional and modern Christmas music, performed by the various ensembles, orchestras, with beautiful singing from the choirs and the whole of Year 7.    The staff band, 'No Direction' once again entertained the audienc...
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  • 13/12/19

    Model UN Climate Conference December 2019

    While world leaders have been meeting in Madrid, Spain to discuss climate change and the urgent need for action, fifteen Year 12 Geography took part in a mock UN Climate Change Conference organised by InterClimate Network on the afternoon of Friday 6th December. The event took place in Reading...
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  • 06/12/19

    The Joy of Being Perfectly Imperfect

    Ms Stacey led an assembly this morning to the Sixth Form titled “The Joy of Being Perfectly Imperfect”. Students heard that if ‘perfection’ is the ultimate goal, there is an emotional consequence of heightened stress. However if ‘good enough’ is the ultimate goal...
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  • 04/12/19

    Design Your Future: Careers Fair Event

    Every two years Kendrick School hosts a prestigious Career Fair, assisted by ‘Learning to Work’. This popular and well-attended event forms one of the key elements of our CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) programme. On 7th November 2019, we had 65 exhibitors att...
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  • 03/12/19

    Ashurst Law Trip: '100 Years of Women in Law'

    Alumna, Eleanor Reeves, invited 5 of our would-be lawyers to attend a prestigious event to commemorate ‘100 years of Women in Law’. At Kendrick School we are very keen to inform our students of opportunities like this as part of our active CEIAG (careers) programme. The high-profile even...
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  • 03/12/19

    Year 9 Induction To The Careers Library

    On Tuesday 19th November, Autumn Profiling Day, all the Year 9s had an exciting opportunity to learn more about different careers we may not have even heard of before, using books and websites on the computers from the school’s Careers Library. The Librarians created a fun quiz which allowed u...
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