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23 Feb 2017

World Book Day 2nd March 2017

World Book Day – three little words that mean so much, and one day in the year when we officially celebrate the magic and beauty of books. And what a celebration World

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23 Feb 2017

THE PERFECT MOTHER’S DAY GIFT

With the excitement now building for Mother’s Day, we think that all of you mothers, grandmothers, aunties and special women out there should be looking forward to the great gifts you’ll be

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03 Jan 2017

January – New Year, New You

Here we are in 2017! We’ve had a few weeks to adjust now and we don’t know about you but we’re still riding on the positive wave. A new year can bring

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09 Nov 2016

Everything’s Rosy for School Gardener

This term, we celebrated a milestone of Cobham Hall gardener Mr Keith Waters.  Having been with the school for just over 40 years – currently the school’s longest serving member of staff

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26 Aug 2016

Cobham Hall Celebrates best ever GCSE results

Cobham Hall is celebrating the school’s best ever GCSE results this morning. The A* – C pass rate was 98%, and 50% of grades were A* or A. In addition, 75% were

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19 Jul 2016

University Bound!

Cobham Hall is congratulating our Year 13 students, who received their International Baccalaureate results.  Early indications suggest the majority of our IB students will be heading to their first choice university. The

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01 Jun 2016

Bingo is Back and Kent University Wants to Know Why

“Bingo” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  Gerry Dincher  Cast your minds back to the sixties and if you were of a certain age (18+) then you probably enjoyed a game of bingo on a Friday and

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30 May 2016

BREASIDE CELEBRATES OUTSTANDING EXAMINATION RESULTS

Breaside Preparatory School, located in Bromley, Kent, prepares pupils from 2½ to 11 years for both Grammar and Independent Senior Schools in a caring and nurturing environment.  Once again, SATs and 11+

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20 May 2016

The Nursery children at Russell House have a new garden – and they love it!

The Nursery children at Russell House have a new garden and they love it! Accessed directly from their classroom, it provides many opportunities for exploration and play stimulating their imagination, sparking curiosity

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08 Apr 2016

Project launches to make museums and heritage sites in the South East accessible to blind people

A new project aimed at opening up museums and culture to people with sight loss in the South East of England has launched. The Heritage Lottery Funded ‘Sensing Cultures’ is a partnership

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29 Mar 2016

The National Young Writers’ Awards Return with best-selling author, Lauren Child as Judge!

Calling children of Ashford!  It’s time to get creative and put pen to paper because the National Young Writers’ Awards have returned!  Organised by tuition provider, Explore Learning, which has a centre

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01 Feb 2016

Are you ‘cool’ enough to be a “sub-zero science hero” in Doc. Yard’s Secret Lab?

Find out at The Historic Dockyard Chatham – Two weeks to go! Following a successful summer of science spectaculars, Doc. Yard, The Historic Dockyard’s brilliant but slightly eccentric resident professor, is away

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