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March 2020

  • 26/03/20

    Remembering Manasvini

    Today I am sending our Kendrick community a special message. It is one year today that our student Manasvini Kaushik died. For those who did not know Manasvini, below is how I described her this time last year and the young person she was.
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  • 23/03/20

    Kendrick School Closed

    The government announcement regarding the closure of schools was widely anticipated and staff at Kendrick School have been preparing for this eventuality for some time.
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  • 18/03/20

    Partial Closure of School to Years 7,8 & 9

    I have made the decision today, due to staff absence increasing on a daily basis, to close the school to students in Years 7, 8 and 9 from tomorrow, Thursday 19th March 2020, for the rest of this term.
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  • 12/03/20

    House Drama Competition

    Such joy and pleasure on Thursday evening at the House Drama competition where once again we were treated to three superb yet different plays by Sidmouth, Palmer and Cedars. On the theme of Temptation; the snake beguiled me and I did eat, we watched Simouth’s psychological drama, Palmer...
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  • 10/03/20

    World Book Day 2020 at Kendrick Library

    As always, World Book Day was eagerly anticipated and well supported here at Kendrick. Every student was presented with a World Book Day Book Token which entitles them to free small book or £1 off a book of their choice.
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  • 06/03/20

    Winning Sociology Essay

    Recently, I entered an essay competition run by the British Sociology Association, with the question being: 'How can sociology contribute to our understanding of Brexit?'.  And... I WON!!! In light of this, I will be rewarded with an Ipad Mini and £500 to be given to the school.
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  • 06/03/20

    Year 13 'Mrs Dalloway' Seminar

    This Thursday, Year 13 English students attended a revision seminar delivered by Dr Neil Cocks of Reading University, on the great novel Mrs Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf, which is one of the A Level set texts.  
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  • 04/03/20

    Badminton Team wins Silver

    On Thursday 27th February, 9 students went to Guildford to compete in the Regional Badminton tournament.
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