- New Vacancies
- Class of 2020 - a Force for Change
- ASGS International Women's Day Conference
- World Book Day 2020
- Dr Shola Inspires Students
- County Careers Fair 2020
- Awards Evening 2019
- Christmas Musical Events 2019
- House Drama 2019: Pandora's Box Sure is Heavy...
- Year 7 Celebration Tea Party
- Highsted Student's First Prize from Oxford
- Engineering Team Takes on Bomb Disposal
- Highsted Performs at the Glee Club Challenge
- Awards Evening 2018
- Review of Splendid Productions
- Christmas Musical Events
- House Drama 2018
- Highsted Hosts Swale Youth Forum
- Lower School Awards
- Summer Musical Production
- Imani Cheers for England
- Lessons from Auschwitz
- World Book Day 2018
- Mad Science Saturday 2018
- Annual Awards Evening
- Christmas Begins!
- House Drama Competition
- Year 8 Charity Bazaar
- Rachael is National Champion!
- Remembrance at Ypres
- Tea Party Supports Transition
- Mathletics at Highsted!
- Harvest Dreams for Food Bank
- Highsted Joins Mission CPR
- Annabel's Charity Challenge
- Funds for Demelza
- Class of 2017
- Nicola Secures Place at Top American University
Highsted Students Inspired to ‘Take That First Step’
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. The school once again demonstrated the best results in Swale.
Students received awards for outstanding achievement, progress and effort; contributions to subjects - business, sport, science and art; and significant contributions to the school and local community. The evening included spellbinding musical performances from Highsted students including: Burn – sung by Rosie C and Salut d’Amour – performed by Laura M on the violin.
The guest speaker this year was Bonita Norris, one of the first British women to climb Mount Everest. She inspired students by telling them about her incredible journey from ordinary girl to experienced climber, sharing photographs and tales from her trek to the summit of Everest. It was a trip full of difficulties and challenges but she never gave up the quest and succeeded in reaching her goal.
One of her most important messages was about taking ‘small steps’ and not being afraid to take the first one. She said, “Your friends and teachers can help you on your path but no one can walk it for you. You have to take that first step.” She finished by congratulating the students on their achievements and wishing them well on their personal climb to success.