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.
Over the past months I and ten other students from TGS have taken part in the LCO Music Junction project.
TGS Motet Choir from IB World School Tonbridge Grammar School was founded in 1992 and have sung in cathedrals and Britain's major music venues and last summer joined choirs from all over the world by appearing at the glittering European Choir Games event in Germany last summer, earning a silver diploma in their first competitive games.
On Monday 9th May, the International Baccalaureate Schools and Colleges Association (IBSCA) organised and held a meeting for the heads of IB schools in the UK at the Royal Society. It was attended by over 50 heads from the state and independent sector and from international schools in the UK as well as by officials from the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
On Thursday 5th May Tonbridge Grammar School’s football team traveled to Tonbridge Sports Ground for the football finals
The Under 13 girls rugby team finished 4th in the National Finals in Lichfield on Saturday. In the group stages we won 4 and drew one and did not concede a try.