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Discovery Newsletter – Winter 2019

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Santa Fun Run

Congratulations and thank you to the Discovery students who raised sponsorship with the Santa Fun Run before Christmas. The final amount raised for ‘Paulas cause’ is a massive £766.59

Inspire Day

Year 7 students took part in the Inspire Day on Friday, getting a taste of the world of work. Students had the opportunity learn about possible pathways they may wish to pursue in the future such as working in stocks and shares, archaeology, corporate banking, radio broadcasting and going to University. Many thanks to all the businesses and organisations who supported the day.

Discovery college fundraising events

7D2 and 8D2 organised a Christmas tombola last term.

End of Term Letter – December 2018

December 2018 Dear Parents/Carers So here we are at the end of the Christmas term already. We have been enjoying all our Christmas events here at Homewood and across the Tenterden Schools Trust. The students have been getting involved in many different ways to celebrate the season and to raise money for their chosen charities…
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Mind and Body Programme

January 2019 Dear Parent/Carer/Guardian, I am pleased to announce that Addaction’s ‘Mind and Body’ programme is going to be delivered at your son/ daughter’s school over the course of the next few months. The early intervention programme explores a range of strategies to help participants better manage their emotions and anxieties and looks to promote…
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Heart Screening Days

Team Ben Hammond have raised funds for two more vital heart screenings days which will be taking place at Homewood School. Priority booking is now open for Homewood students until 24th December for the Heart Screenings taking place on Wednesday 27th & Thursday 28th February 2019. Heart screenings are available for 14-35 year olds. Link…
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Homewood duo challenge stigma of poverty at national youth event

Two Homewood students joined other young campaigners from across Britain at the University of Kent on Saturday 8 December, to help find solutions to eradicate the stigma of poverty. Freya (in Year 11) and Rawan (in Year 9) were selected from dozens of applicants to take part in an intensive day of workshops, culminating in…
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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. The 16 students, who all attend the school’s innovative ICollege*, spent two weeks working in Callafel, just outside Barcelona, developing essential skills for succeeding in the job market.…
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