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November 2021

  • 25/11/21

    Poetry to persuade COP26 delegates, and the world, to commit to tackling climate change

    In the weeks before the Remembrance Day, the English Department guided students in their exploration of world poetry from the time of the First World War. We often begin with simple verses of Jessie Pope. 
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  • 25/11/21

    CAS project supports local food charity, Nourish

    As part of the IB Diploma CAS programme and to tie in with Harvest Festival, Year 12 students organised a collection for Nourish, delivering a van’s worth of food to the charity.
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  • 22/11/21

    Preparation for Oxbridge and Medical School interviews underway

    It’s been a busy and purposeful few weeks for Year 13 students who are preparing for forthcoming Oxbridge and Medical School interviews and entrance exams. 
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  • 22/11/21

    Mace debating competition victory for TGS Team

    On Thursday 18 November the TGS Debating Society had victory in their first attempt at the English-Speaking Union’s Mace Debating Competition, the oldest and largest debating competition for schools. 
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  • 22/11/21

    Under 16 indoor hockey success

    Congratulations to our Under 16 Hockey players who finished a very close 2nd place at the County Indoor Hockey Tournament in Canterbury. 
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  • 22/11/21

    Opening of our new Fitness Suite

    Thanks to generous gifts to School Fund from parents, carers, alumni and the wider school community, TGS has been able to invest in a brand-new fitness suite which will be used for curriculum teaching and enrichment activities. 
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  • 18/11/21

    A Royal Society funded project, in academic partnership with Dr Hearn (King's College London), provides students with high level research opportunities using university-standard technical equipment

    A STEM project that was submitted to the Royal Society by Dr Emmanuel, Teacher of Biology and STEM Co-ordinator, was recently approved and provides TGS students with £3,000 of university-standard technical equipment. 
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  • 02/11/21

    Interdisciplinary Science project challenged all Year 12 students to investigate ‘Travel’.

    A key focus of the IB Diploma is providing students with opportunities to use their knowledge in an interdisciplinary way in real life situations to solve global problems.   
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  • 02/11/21

    Orla takes Cyclocross to the next level

    Orla (Year 8) has been cycling competitively since she was 7 years old, in both road races and Cyclocross competitions in the UK and abroad.  Her many successes to date include winning the U8 National Road Support Race and multiple wins during her second year in the U10 category...
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November 2021

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