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Sports Clubs - posted 11th Mar

Our PE department is proud to announce the clubs they will be running during this term. They have a great selection of clubs on offer and we're sure there is something for everyone.

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e-Safety Advice - Hidden Photo Apps - posted 27th Feb

The latest digital trend growing in popularity for our children are apps on their phone or tablet that look like one thing but are secretly hiding another purpose. They first became particularly popular in 2016. However, children are becoming more and more familiar with ‘secret’ photo hiding apps, where an app which looks relatively ordinary is actually a hidden gateway to private photos and videos. These apps allow their users to hide images, videos and notes within the app which is also passcode protected. One of the most common types of hidden app used is a ‘fake calculator’ app however many others are also available.

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+Pay Payments - posted 26th Feb

Here at Herne Bay High School we use a cashless catering system for payment of meals in our restaurant. As you are aware, the platform we use for parents/carers to credit their child’s dinner money balance recently changed from ParentPay to +Pay.

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Duke of Edinburgh's Awards Evening - posted 18th Feb

On the 12th February Herne Bay High School conducted their first Duke of Edinburgh's Awards evening at St Edmund's School. As part of the EKST partnership, the school has been working in collaboration with St Edmund's School, St Anselm's Catholic School and St Lawrence College in developing a community awards evening where our students could be recognised for their hard work in completing their Bronze and Silver awards.

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6th Form Trip to University of Southampton - posted 17th Feb

The 6th Form team were lucky enough to visit the University of Southampton on Monday 10th February with 23 of our Y12 students. On arrival, they were greeted by some of the university’s ambassadors; a mixture of undergraduates and postgraduates, who were very welcoming. We had a tour of the university and saw the library, which is five floors!; the student union; the many places to eat on campus, including restaurants, cafés and their very own vegan restaurant; their fruit and vegetable market; their impressive cinema and one of their lecture theatres. The sense of camaraderie and belonging on campus was almost tangible and we were made to feel very welcome.

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