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Young business hopefuls get skills boost

A group of year 10 students from Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre have received a boost to their future employability thanks to a prestigious entrepreneurship course.

Christmas Lunch – Wednesday 19th December

Roast Turkey with Seasonal Trimmings, or Vegetarian Christmas Parcel served with Roast Potatoes, Festive vegetables & Gravy. Snow Capped Crispy Cake or Festive Star Cookie

Service of Light

We are writing to inform you of the date for our annual Service of Light, which is open to all students who have had a bereavement.

Teacher of Dance (Maternity)

This is an exciting and unique opportunity for an energetic and inspiring Teacher of Dance.

Teacher of English (Maternity Cover)

To further boost our students’ academic achievement, we have an opportunity for a qualified Teacher of English to work with our students across all key stages to develop their learning. Applications from NQTs are also welcomed.

Teacher of Humanities and Psychology 0.4FTE

Are you a qualified and enthusiastic Teacher of Humanities? We are looking for an excellent classroom practitioner who will bring creativity and enthusiasm to our well-established team.

Christmas decorations

This term Year 7 have been focusing on the topic of sustainability and looking at the changes people could make to enable them to become sustainable. Within this topic we also looked at the very current issue surrounding plastics and the significant impacts which it is causing to the environment and people. As part of…
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Homewood’s Dance Dash raises thousands for Children In Need

Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre ‘did their own thing’ in a big way for BBC Children In Need on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 November, celebrating 25 years of their annual Dance Dash around Ashford and the Weald. The marathon event beat all previous records, raising over £3,000 across the two days as the…
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WW1 Trench

This week in all Mr Friels year 8 classes (8D; 8K and 8L) have been working collaboratively to build an entire WW1 trench as part of the 100 year centenary of the end of The Great War. Each group worked together and by writing instructions for the next group of year eights they managed to…
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