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  • 21/03/23

    Sixth Form students enjoy Physics in Action Lectures

    The Physics in Action talks were a very informative series of lectures, some covering areas we had touched in GCSE such as fusion, but taking our base knowledge and expanding upon it, allowing us to explore the topics of the lectures from a super-curricular perspective that can be read up on later...
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  • 02/03/23

    Speakers from Oxford, Bath, Goldsmiths and Surrey universities, plus support for students applying to overseas universities, apprenticeships and health professions.

    As part of our wide-reaching programme to prepare students for their post TGS journeys, Year 12 enjoyed our annual ‘Aim High’ event, followed by an information evening for parents.   
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  • 08/02/23

    Visit from Dr Stephen Law from Oxford University

    We were lucky enough to have Dr Stephen Law from Oxford University visit school to deliver an inspiring Philosophy talk on the mind-body problem in Philosophy, and whether the mind is a separate entity or if it is simply a physical brain function.
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  • 05/12/22

    A visit from Mary FitzPatrick, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Rolls-Royce

    We were very fortunate to welcome Mary FitzPatrick, who is Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Rolls-Royce, to School on 2 December. Mary was incredibly generous with her time and ran two seminars with Year 12 students as well as a lunchtime Q & A session with Year 11 and 13 students on...
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  • 02/12/22

    A visit from Dr Annette Doherty OBE FRSC, President Elect of the Royal Society of Chemistry

    Year 11 and 12 students were delighted to have the opportunity to hear Dr Doherty, who has held executive research and development positions at GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer and been directly involved in leading the development and launch of many new medicines in a range of therapeutic areas...
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  • 24/11/22

    Keeping the dialogue about Black British History fresh and relevant

    Our thanks to the renowned writer and historian, S I Martin (Steve), who came to TGS to work with Year 9 students and sixth formers.  Steve specialises in the fields of Black British History and Literature and has worked for a range of museums, galleries and archives.
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  • 20/07/22

    'Meet a Classicist' event

    Last week the Latin department was delighted to welcome three alumni back to TGS for a "Meet a Classicist" Q&A event.
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  • 19/07/22

    Welcome back Sophia

    We were delighted to welcome Sophia (class of 2019) back to TGS.
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  • 28/06/22

    10 to 6 Day: the start of an important journey for Year 10 students

    Last week Year 10 students attended an off-timetable ‘10 to 6 Day’.  This marked the start of an important journey for them on which they will, with our support, focus on exploring their career and Higher Education aspirations and build a sixth form programme of study to support the...
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  • 28/06/22

    A visit from Dr Michael Collins, Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary British History at UCL

    We were pleased to welcome Dr Michael Collins to Tonbridge Grammar School for Windrush Day (Wednesday 22 June).
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  • 15/03/22

    An inspirational visit from Professor Sophie Scott C.B.E. on International Women’s Day

    We were delighted to welcome Professor Sophie Scott C.B.E, of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, to TGS to mark International Women’s Day.  She has an interest in the neural basis of vocal communication - how our brains process the information in speech...
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  • 07/03/22

    Visit from Philosopher Dr Stephen Law (Oxford University)

    On 26th January we were fortunate to have a speaker, Philosopher Dr Stephen Law from Oxford University, come to talk to the Sixth Form about two areas of philosophical interest 
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