ITV game show Spy School and are currently looking for 12-15 year olds to take part in their new series.
Spy School is an action adventure game show, where in each episode a different pair of contestants are given a secret mission. They have to complete various challenges (physical such as an assault course and mental such as code breaking and memory tasks) to obtain clues that will help them in their mission. The mission ends on location at a famous landmark, where working with the presenters, they have one last challenge to complete in order to succeed and graduate Spy School.
Any student interested can, (with their parent or guardian’s permission), contact on email@example.com for an application form.
Kent Junior Pool Team are looking for new players for their team.
Kent Junior pool team comprises players up to the age of eighteen and provides a great opportunity for young people to build their confidence and make new friends through playing in a team sport. Kent junior pool team also provides practice and coaching sessions on a regular basis for team members.
Open coaching sessions will be running on 18th August and the Team Trials will take place on 2nd December.
Details can be found in the attached posters
For more information about the English Pool Association and Kent County Pool Association can be found at the links below:
UCA are delighted to announce they are now accepting applications for their Summer School Programme 2018. There are a range of residential and non-residential Summer Schools available across each of our four campuses. Students will need to fill in the application form to apply and if they are rewarded a place it is free of charge to attend. Summer Schools are aimed at Year 11 – Year 13 students. You can find more information here.
This year they are offering:
4 – 6 July
Animation – Residential – Farnham
Ceramics & Textiles – Residential – Farnham
Illustration – Non-Residential – Farnham
Photography – Residential – Rochester
Product Design – Non-Residential – Rochester
Textiles – Non-Residential – Rochester
Bronze Art Award – Residential – Canterbury
11 – 13 July
Architecture – Residential – Canterbury
Fashion Business – Residential – Epsom
Graphic Design – Non-Residential – Canterbury
3D Design – Non-Residential – Farnham
Bronze Art Award – Residential – Rochester
30 July – 10 August
Applications close on Monday 28th May at midnight, and they will confirm places by Friday 8th June.
As a KMPF / KaMCOP partner schools our students will be given priority on their 2018 Summer School programme.
Are you a Year 11 student? Have you started your revision? Do you need some extra support? Then check out "The Mindset" from BBC Bitesize.
The Mind Set is a group of student coaches from a variety of academic and diverse backgrounds, who have all recently taken their exams and understand the pressures involved.
In a series of short films the students offer practical advice on topics such as How to get started and How to plan your revision through to mental wellbeing advice such as How to stay motivated and How to believe in yourself.
Visit the Mind Set website for free practical guides and motivational advice.
Canterbury Christ Church University is holding their annual Summer Schools which are taking place in July and applications for these open on Monday 26th February.
The first residential event will take place between Sunday 8th and Thursday 12th July 2018 at our Canterbury campus and is for year 10 boys only and they have 50 places available. The link attached will be open from 8am Monday. https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/outreach/forms/boys-8-12-summer-school-2018.aspx
The second event will take place between Sunday 22nd and Thursday 26th July 2018 again at our Canterbury campus. This is a mixed summer school for year 10 students and we have 50 places available. The link attached will be open from 8am Monday. https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/outreach/forms/mixed-summer-school-2018.aspx
Those attending will stay in their newest accommodation at Petros Court, take part in a variety of activities both academic and socially and live like a student for the time they are with them. They will be fully supported by a large team of staff who will stay in the university accommodation also. All meals, drinks, activities and costs will be met by the university, but students will need to bring a small amount of spending money. Travel to and from the university is not provided, however, if this will be an issue they would not want it to be a reason for non-attendance so they can discuss alternative options for transport separately.
If your son or daughter is elibible for a place at the Summer school you will have been sent a letter with the details included in it.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although the summer exams in May and June seem a long way away, they do have a habit of sneaking up far quicker than any of us expect! Do not leave revision until the last minute which causes sleepless nights, last minute cramming and in many cases underperformance.
February half term revision offers dedicated time for students to have a boost in their revision schedule, taking off some of the pressure later and aiming for higher grades.
The timetable can be found below:
Science: 09.30 – 11.30.
Dance: 12.00 – 14.00
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday:
Winchmore Camp: Maths and English – 08.30 – 15.00
RE: 09.30 – 11.30
Sports Science: 10.00 – 15.00
Health and Social Care and Childcare: 09.00 – 12.30
Thanks to Mr Shenton we now have a Rugby club for year 7 and 8.
Please come along however experienced you are.
See Mr Shenton for further details
Open to all students.