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Success at the Turner Portfolio Art Competition - posted 2nd May

The art department is celebrating the success of 4 of our students for winning prizes in this year’s Turner Portfolio Art Competition.
An astounding 7 of our students were shortlisted from 1300 entries, and from this selection 4 went on to win prizes in their categories. Our students’ artwork was complimented for being of a particularly high standard and conceptual. Congratulations to:

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Head Boy/Girl - Good Luck and Goodbye - posted 25th Apr

At the start of the 2018 academic year (Morgan May, Jasmine Amos, Angus Wilson and Ella Eastwood), were thrilled to be appointed with the roles of senior student leadership team at Herne Bay High School. It is safe to say this past year has been a busy one; full of fundraising, forming relations with the lower school and public speaking. Our first role whilst in these positions was helping in the summer welcome week. This involved making the transition process from Year 6 to Year 7 easier by establishing friendships before the start of term. The week consisted of a range of fun and practical activities such as roller-skating, dance, climbing and cooking, that were well received by the younger students. This was a truly valuable experience as it enabled us to develop our roles as heads and deputies, giving us confidence and leadership skills that we feel have made this challenging year a success.

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Duke of Edinburgh's Award Bronze Expedition - posted 24th Apr

On the 6th and 7th of April, 41 Year 9 students faced the difficult challenge of their Bronze level expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. Prior to this, they had received training on the various skills needed including map navigation, compass bearings, first aid, camp craft, and most importantly the importance of planning routes and team organisation. Miss Capon was highly optimistic that all students were ready and would be successful in their practice expedition due to all the hard work that all students endured.

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