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Masterclass in Maths at Highsted
- Are you a Year 5 pupil in a local primary school?
- Do you love maths?
- Ask your teacher if you could take part in our Masterclass!
Come and join us for the new exciting sessions of Masterclass in Maths early next year. Please follow this link for details about how to apply for a place. We look forward to hearing from you!
Recent Activities at Highsted
Please follow the links below to read more about our latest activities and achievements:
- Red Ribbons & Tiny Penguins Win Festive Cake Competition
- Students Read Aloud: Years 7 & 8 Reading Competition
- Awards Evening: Students Inspired to 'Take That First Step'
- Election 2019: Highsted's Week of Political Engagement
- Christmas Musical Events 2019
- Our Most Successful Bookfair - an update
- Pandora's Box Sure is Heavy... Franklin Wins House Drama
- Mathmatical Art
- Highsted Christmas Fair 2019
- Year 7 Celebration Tea Party
- Year 8 Charity Bazaar 2019
- Roddick House Charity Event
- Anti-Bullying Week
- Lessons from Auschwitz 2019
- Get Reading and Writing at Highsted!
New Parent Governor Elected
Following the recent Parent Governor election, Toby Barker has been duly elected to serve in this post. For full details of the ballot, please follow this link.
Class of 2019
Miss reading about our summer examination results in the local press? Click here to catch up on the A-level and GCSE achievement summary for Year 13 and Year 11 students.
Sixth Form Information Evening 2019
If you are a more able student currently in Year 11 and thinking about next year's Sixth Form opportunities, come and find out what Highsted has to offer you by attending our Information Evening on Wednesday 13 November 2019 at 6.30pm. Click here for details.
For further information about how you could succeed in the Highsted Sixth Form and what provision you might expect, please follow this link.
Rebecca's Award from Oxford
Year 13 student Rebecca Scholefield has been awarded First Prize by the judges of the German Classic Essay Writing Competition, run by All Souls College at Oxford University. The nationwide annual competition is in its third year and aims to stimulate interest in great German writers and influential literary works in German. To read more about Rebecca's exceptional achievement, please follow this link.
Daughter in Year 6 of primary school and looking for a grammar school place from September 2020? If you were unable to attend our recent Open Day on Thursday 3 October, please telephone to arrange a visit to the school where you can look around and meet our current students.
For the most recent information about our selection procedures, please follow this link to take you to our Admissions page.
Wild West: Year 5 Activity Day Report
To read the report and see the photos of this exciting day, please follow this link.
Citizenship & Enterprise 2019
To read about the activities undertaken during this year's Citizenship & Enterprise Week, please follow this link.
Photographs taken during the week can be seen through our Citizenship & Enterprise Photo Gallery webpage - click here to go directly to the images.
In the event of severe weather conditions or other emergencies that may result in school closure, information will be posted on the Kent County Council website: kent.gov.uk/winter or kentclosures.co.uk
Information will also be broadcast by BBC Radio Kent (96.7 / 104.2 fm), Heart FM (103.1 / 102.8 fm) and KMFM (Medway) (107.9 / 100.4 fm). You can also check kmfm.co.uk/ (Medway area) or bbc.co.uk/kent. Please note that if such weather seems imminent, further details will be issued at that time.
In these circumstances, the school website will be updated as soon as possible. Please watch this space for specific instructions or information relating to school activities.
As a result of ongoing development, exciting opportunities arise from time to time for experienced or newly qualified teachers and support staff at our highly successful girls' grammar school....
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Awards Evening 2019
On Wednesday 11 December, staff, students, governors, parents and representatives from the local community at Highsted celebrated the incredible success of the school’s GCSE and A-level results....
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As a result of ongoing development, exciting opportunities arise from time to time for experienced or newly qualified teachers and support staff at our highly successful girls' grammar school.
Highsted Grammar School
Welcome to Highsted Grammar School. Highsted is a happy and cohesive community and an environment which liberates young women to take the risks and embrace the challenges that will prepare them for their future roles and responsibilities as leaders in tomorrow’s society.
Our success is as a consequence of striking a fine balance between tradition and innovation. Our values are traditional ones and we offer an unashamedly academic curriculum. We are keenly aware, however, that we are preparing our students for a working life none of us can yet anticipate. Our focus, therefore, is on developing the skills, attributes and habits of mind that will equip our young women as life-long learners. Our aim is to launch them into the world as self-starters, focused but flexible, armed with the courage to grasp opportunities and the resilience and humour to negotiate setbacks along the way.
We encourage and support our students in exploring their own potential, nurturing existing talents and interests and discovering new ones along the way. To ensure we enable each and every girl to fulfil her potential, an emphasis is placed on personalisation, on proactive mentoring and on pastoral care. Our students will embark upon adult life conscious of their worth, ambitious for their futures and aware that they are lucky indeed to have been educated here.
Highsted is a very special school. If you want to see how special, you are warmly invited to pay us a visit.
Anne Kelly, Headteacher
Important message for young people and parents/carers
CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency and is here to help children and young people. We are here to help if you are a young person and you or your friend (up to age 18) has been forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity with anyone online, or in the real world. We also have advice and links to support for other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying and hacking. Visit our Safety Centre for information, advice and to report directly to CEOP, by clicking on the Click CEOP button on the top right of our website.
If you are an adult stakeholder and require further information, advice or wish to report concerns directly to CEOP, visit the Safety Centre, by clicking on the Click CEOP button.
Highsted Grammar School Privacy Notice
We collect and use pupil information under section 537A of the Education Act 1996, and section 83 of the Children Act 1989. We also comply with Article 6(1)(e) and Article 9(2)(b) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To access our Privacy Notice please follow this link.