TGS GCSE Art students seize the opportunity to showcase their talents in an exhibition at Royal Victoria Place, Tunbridge Wells.
On Friday 26th January, Chartwells presented a 'Ready Steady Cook!' display for Year 7 and 8 students. They began by telling the students a bit about food, going into detail about why breakfast is the most important meal of the day and the different food groups. Then they put on a cooking competition where two teams had a set amount of time to cook a healthy meal to be tasted and judged.
On Wednesday, 180 Year 9 students took part in a spectacular Music Showcase event where each of the six classes performed a song they had chosen to their peers.
Nobel Prize Fever hit Tonbridge Grammar School last Friday at a
presentation enjoyed by 170 students, including visitors from Sevenoaks
School, Weald Grammar School and West Kent College.
£28,000 tax-free scholarships are available to French and Spanish trainee teachers who are going to start Teacher Training.
The UN came to Tunbridge Wells for a day of heated debate and international diplomacy. Tunbridge Wells Mayor, Julia Soyke and the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council hosted sixth formers from a dozen local schools, who gathered to discuss UN reform, the rights of indigenous people, and international conflict.