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  • 22/07/21

    School and Finance Office Opening Hours

    Office Opening Hours The school office will be open during the following times: Thursday 22nd July and Friday 23rd July - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 9th August - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 16th August - 9am to 1pm W/C Monday 23rd August - 9am to 1pm W/C Tuesday 31st...
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  • 22/07/21

    Kent Reconnect this Summer!

    The Kent community is uniting to give children and young people a summer of fun and opportunities. From free bus travel and discounted 6-week leisure centre passes through to summer learning and a guide to what’s on, Reconnect has something for children and young people of all ages.
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  • 22/07/21

    Jeans for Rett Charity Day - Friday 16th of July

    Students from Fulston Manor School stepped up again and took part in a charity event in aid of Reverse Rett through ‘Jeans for Rett” on Friday 16th July. Rett Syndrome is a devastating neurological disorder which affects approximately 1 in 10,000 girls. It strikes at...
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  • 15/07/21

    Shoutout to Miss Chopping!

    Big shout out to Miss Chopping who has just completed an 8KM walk in aid of MIND. Raising a fantastic £170 towards this wonderful charity our wonderful French teacher said “I have always tried to fight for better mental health and the pandemic has really impacted a lot of people...
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  • 15/07/21

    Outstanding Geography Project Must Be Shared!

    Year 9 student, Marcus, Duplock, went over and beyond when it came to showcasing his Geography Project. Students were asked to investigate urbanisation in Lagos, Nigeria. As part of the homework they were asked to create a cityscape of Lagos, including some important features of the city. They were...
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  • 06/07/21

    Jake Promoted to Sea Cadet!

    Jake Vowles joined Sea Cadets early May and completed training and modules. He was, last night, promoted to Cadet. Jake has signed up for a two day course this week on HMS Cavalier in Chatham Dockyard on Basic Seamanship and a two day one in August on general Naval Knowledge! Already considering the...
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  • 06/07/21

    Erasmus Lives On After Brexit

    A group of students took advantage of their first Erasmus experience last Friday- not abroad to European destinations, but to the long-established school of pottery at Aylesford Priory.  Looking to rekindle the current project with their partner schools in Spain, Czechia, Lithuania, Estonia and...
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  • 06/07/21

    Students Proud To Take Part In 'Give Back Gardening Project'

    Over the course of the last two weeks, staff and students have taken part in the Give Back Gardening Project.  Run by Miss Jeffery, the school started the project with the purpose of giving the students a challenge that, at the end of the two weeks, they could be really proud of. With the idea...
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  • 06/07/21

    Women's Aid!

    Big shout out to Miss Cutts who, over the first lockdown, supported and made friends with some incredible women who needed help with getting into the home-schooling spirit and general advice on approaches. Miss Cutts has now become close friends with these women and whe...
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  • 06/07/21

    Sports Day 2021!

    On Wednesday 23rd June our PE department were delighted to resume hosting their annual Sports Day, where our four Houses (Cromer, Hales, Morrison and Stanhope) compete for lower school (Years 7 & 8) and upper school (Years 9 & 10) trophies across several of the tradi...
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  • 15/06/21

    Teacher Pays It Forward With Amazing Success

      School has been a crazy place over the last year but for one teacher and his student a negative was definitely turned into a positive. Mr Matthews was bed bound with the Covid19 virus and was very poorly last November. One of his GCE students, Joe Knowlton, disarmingly emailed asking after...
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  • 14/06/21

    Way To Go Daniella!

    Year 10 student, Daniella Way already plays football for the Gillingham Ladies squad but last weekend she was invited to take part in the FA Lioness Talent Pathway event at the University of Warwick. Daniella said “ We had a great time and were there from 10 in the morning until 4.15pm. We com...
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