During Year 8 Arts Week 2016, we had lessons of Music, Art and Drama; that were based on machines. In Art, we used a variety of mediums to create a mechanical animal; inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s machines that were based upon his study of animals.
My most exciting CAS project had to be Run or Dye. I participated in October, and it was a really amazing experience! I have always wanted to do a colour run, where you run 5km and get dye thrown at you! It taught me how to persevere (since I'm not the most athletic person) and it had definitely helped me to grow as a person through trying something new. - Charlie (Year 12)
I have made the decision to cancel the performance tonight due to a high number student illness. This is unfortunate, however I will try to organise another date for performance before the end of term.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
A school travel plan supports healthy lifestyles by offering opportunities for active travel and enhanced facilities for pedestrians and cyclists.
On Wednesday the 8th of June our philosophy class went to London to attend Peter Singer’s lecture on Famine, Affluence and Morality.
The BLOODHOUND Project is using a 1,000mph world land speed record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
An all-girls environment presents special challenges for a school. Knowing that many girls lack self-confidence, the response of Tonbridge Grammar School (TGS) in Tonbridge, Kent, United Kingdom, is to provide the Diploma Programme. “We find that the Diploma gives a way to get students to be the very best they can be by meeting the challenges the DP sets them,” says deputy head teacher Pauline Bullen.
On Friday 6th May, a group of Economics and Design & Technology students went on a trip to Camden Market.