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  • Children In Need 2020

    Published 13/11/20

    This year for Children In Need, it’s all about pupils embracing their identities and wearing whatever makes them feel comfortable today as 'Come As Yourself Day'. Pupils have been encouraged to express who they are – as well as raising vital funds to support young people who need it most.

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  • Remembrance Display

    Published 12/11/20

    This year the pupils have created an amazing display for Remembrance.   Pupils and staff all received a wooden poppy which they either decorated or wrote a message on. Key Stage 5 pupils then collected them all up and three of our pupils, Kieran, Jay & Alex put together the display which has been set up in Reception at the Wrotham site.

     

    The whole school has been involved in creating the display, with Erin, Cody and Daisy making the wooden poppies, Christopher for making the cross and Lucy for making the wreath in Floristry.

    Along with the rest of the county, we also acknowledged the two minutes’ silence at 11 o’clock.

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  • Harvest October 2020

    Published 22/10/20

    The collection for Harvest Festival this year has been amazing, thank so you much to all our students and their families and staff for all of your contributions.

     

    This year due to the pandemic we have been unable to take part in our annual Harvest Festival at the local church. Yet we still wanted to make the students aware, design boxes and donate locally. We had a range of year groups decorating and filling boxes from both our Wrotham and Stanstead sites.

     

    Thank you again for all your contributions, they will go a long way!

     

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  • World Mental Health Day

    Published 09/10/20

    As today marks World Mental Health day, we are supporting Young Minds charity by raising awareness of looking after our Mental Health and Wellbeing.

     

    Pupils have spent the week thinking about the 5 areas of Wellbeing; Take notice, Connect, Time for you, Give and Be active. They have identified things that they do and would like to try in each area and tried hard to get their ‘5 a day’. These have ranged from spending more time with pets to knitting to texting old friends.

     

    # Hello Yellow is the work of the Young Minds charity to raise awareness of looking after young peoples mental health. As part of this, pupils have spent time decorating yellow t-shirts with positive wellbeing messages.

     

    Please click on the link below to see our photo gallery.

    World Mental Health Day 2020

     

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  • Defibrillator Training for GP Staff

    Published 02/05/18

    Grange Park School staff receive training from South East NHS Paramedic Dave Hawkins on their new defibrillator

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  • Gravity Reward Trip

    Published 22/03/18

    At the end of term 3 pupils who had earned 50 merits or more were invited for a fun morning bouncing around at Gravity trampoline park in Maidstone.

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  • Football Tournament - February 2018

    Published 22/03/18

    What an excellent day the boys had representing Grange Park!

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  • Love in a Box

    Published 20/12/17

    Grange Park supports the Rotary Club with this campaign annually and this year, Year 10 took on the responsibility as part of their Citizenship lessons.

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  • Harvest Festival 2017

    Published 20/12/17

    Every year, Grange Park holds a Harvest Festival service at St George's Church in Wrotham.

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  • Macmillan Coffee Afternoon 2017

    Published 20/12/17

    On 27th September 2017, KS5 held a coffee afternoon to raise money for Macmillan cancer support.

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  • Children in Need 2017

    Published 20/12/17

    The whole school came out in style on the 17th November to raise money for Children in Need.

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  • Kent FA Interschools Disability Football League

    Published 20/12/17

    Grange Park Football team has had a busy term taking part in the Kent FA Interschools Disability Football League.

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