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Weekly Bulletin 16/11/18 - Weekly Bulletin In addition to regular website updates, termly newsletter and frequent Twitter news, as from the beginning of this term we will produce a weekly School Bulletin to keep everyone updated on the events of the forthcoming week, reminders, school news and dates for the diary. The School Bulletin will be sent to parents via School Comms. The Bulletin will be published every Friday and, in addition to the School Comms message, it will also be uploaded on the school website. - Read More

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Weekly Bulletin 16/11/18

16/11/18

Weekly Bulletin In addition to regular website updates, termly newsletter and frequent Twitter news, as from the beginning of this term we will produce a weekly School Bulletin to keep everyone updated on the events of the forthcoming week, reminders, school news and dates for the diary. The School Bulletin will be sent to parents via School Comms. The Bulletin will be published every Friday and, in addition to the School Comms message, it will also be uploaded on the school website.

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Year 11 Saturday School

09/11/18

Saturday 17 November 2018

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The North School Choir

05/11/18

Christmas Choir forming for Christmas Concert

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Sixth Form Open Evening

26/10/18

Thursday 15th November 2018: 5:00pm to 7:00pm

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EXTRA Open Morning Tour

12/10/18

Prospective Year 6 students and their families

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News

The North School Farm Successes at The Kent County Show

13/07/18

The North School’s Young Farmers’ club attended The Kent County Show from 5th–8th July 2018 and regardless of the incredibly hot weather, achieved some brilliant results.

Twenty-two students, nine cattle, sixteen lambs, four pigs, four rabbits, four chickens, two ducks and two guinea pigs made the journey from Ashford to Detling to compete against sixteen other Kent Young Farmers’ clubs.

The North School won 48 rosettes and four trophies including Champion Pig Turnout, Reserve Champion Beef Conformation and Reserve Champion Calf Handling and Knowledge. The school’s Young Farmers Club was also presented with the trophy for Best Presented Club which is an outstanding achievement as this is judged over the whole weekend.

Rosettes are only awarded for five places and most of the classes had over fifteen animals, some of the lamb classes had over forty, so to come out with any rosette was a big success.

All students worked really hard and exhibited the school livestock very well, everyone should be very proud of their achievements.

 

Photographs:

First prizes winners – Stephanie Redfearn, Kayleigh Lancaster and Abi Martin

Lily Myers and Ella Starbrook with their calves

Josie Rollings won Champion Pig Turnout

Rosettes