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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.

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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Tenterden Artists

16th – 18th November 2018
10am – 5pm
Tenterden Town Hall
TN30 6AN

Homewood’s 3G pitch opens

The much-anticipated 3G football pitch at Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre has been officially opened by the Mayor of Tenterden, Cllr Pam Smith, and former Homewood student and footgolf* World No1 player Sophie Brown. The opening ceremony, which took place under the pitch’s state-of the-art floodlights on Tuesday evening, was attended by representatives from…
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Mr Doodle Strikes Again!

Mr Doodle visited his old school again this term having just returned from Seoul, South Korea following a major solo exhibition of his work.

Homewood sixth formers ready to grow thanks to Lion’s support

Students from Homewood Sixth Form Centre and local primary school children will soon be enjoying a new school garden in which they can grow their own veg, thanks to the generous support of the Tenterden Lions Club.

Small Animal Centre Opening

Homewood School Farm’s new small animal care education centre, built with National Lottery funding, welcomed in its first visitors on Wednesday 19 September 2018 after an official opening ceremony.

Mr Doodle Returns to Homewood!

Sam Cox, a.k.a. Mr Doodle is returning to his old school next week to work with Mr Davies and the Graphics Department

2019-20 Term Dates

To parents and staff of schools in the Tenterden Schools Trust. We are proposing some changes to term dates for the academic year 2019-20 for all schools in the Tenterden Schools Trust.

GCSE results at Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre

This is the year when most GCSE subjects move across to the new 9-1 grading system, as Maths and English did last year. The new exams have been designed to be more challenging and students had to take a greater number of exam papers for each course.