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18th birthday wing walk raises £4,000 for MIND

Whilst many teenagers are dreaming of one day holding cancelled 18th birthday parties, one Homewood sixth former took to the skies for her celebrations and has raised over £4,000 for charity. Brave Abbie marked her 18th birthday by undertaking a wing walk at Headcorn Aerodrome at Sunday 12 July in aid of mental health charity…
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Tenterden Primary Federation gains Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing Award

Tenterden Primary Federation (TPF) has received a coveted Kent Award for Resilience and Emotional Wellbeing. This important Quality Mark, launched in 2019, recognises and celebrates everything that supports young people’s emotional wellbeing through a whole school approach. It is awarded by Kent County Council through HeadStart Kent, and is funded by the National Lottery Community…
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TST Small School expansion at Homewood

Friday 5 June 2020: Over the last 11 weeks, the Tenterden Schools Trust Small School has been catering safely and successfully for the children of key workers and vulnerable children with specific needs on the Homewood School site. Whilst continuing with this important provision, we are now gradually expanding the TST Small School to cater…
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A message from Sally Lees CEO

11 May 2020 A message from Sally Lees, CEO of the Tenterden Schools Trust To all our Parents/Carers I write to you at a very challenging time for us all.  None of us have experienced a situation like this before, normal life has been turned upside-down and many of you will be facing very difficult…
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Administrative Apprentice

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is looking to develop administrative skills whilst working towards Level 3 qualifications while they earn.

Important Message from the CEO

In response to the Government announcements regarding the Covid-19 virus, all Tenterden Schools Trust schools are now closed until further notice.  Provision has been made on the Homewood school site for the supervision of TST children whose parents are key workers, children who have an EHCP and children who have an allocated social worker, where…
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Homewood’s ‘Game On’ efforts raise thousands for Sport Relief

Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre has raised over £2,500 for Sport Relief, with its week of fun fundraising involving students, staff, parents and the local community. The five days of activity were also aimed at raising awareness of the ways in which involvement in sport can help both mental wellbeing and academic success. In…
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Royal introduction for Homewood sixth former

A Homewood sixth former had a never-to-be-forgotten day just before the half term when he met with royalty and then learned that he had been awarded a dream apprenticeship with a world-famous local firm. Eighteen year-old Oliver was introduced to Princess Anne during a personal visit by the Princess Royal to Stevenson Brothers Rocking Horses…
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BBC Radio Kent Interview

TST’s CEO Sally Lees and Executive Headteacher Sam Crinnion were interviewed by Graham Smith on BBC Radio Kent on Wednesday. Following National Offer Day on Monday they were discussing school admissions and the appeals process amongst other education topics.

Rolvenden Primary School joins Tenterden Schools Trust

Rolvenden Primary School has joined the Tenterden Schools Trust, following a consultation period with the school’s governors, staff and parents.