- New Vacancies
- Highsted Remembers 2020
- 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
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- Lessons from Auschwitz
- World Book Day 2018
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- 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!
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- Highsted Joins Mission CPR
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- Class of 2017
Props disappearing, actors vanishing, what could possibly go wrong?
Thursday 23 November: props disappearing, actors vanishing, what could possibly go wrong? It must be Highsted’s annual House Drama competition!
The six houses were represented by a mix of students from across Years 7-13 and gave incredible performances, inspired by this year’s theme of comedy. Judges this year were Mr Callum Brown, Miss Miranda Black and Miss Hannah Farley-Hills, all experts in Drama.
Winners this year, Eliot, performed their own version of The Play That Goes Wrong in 1920s murder mystery style at Highsted Manor. During the play, props started to disappear, actors went missing and even the set began to fall down around the cast.
Other performances included: Seacole’s adaptation of The Breakfast Club; Keller’s presentation of well-known British sit-com Miranda; Roddick’s humorous story of couples looking for love at the Last Dates Restaurant, Franklin’s tale of friendship and laughter at Grangewood Schooland Chanel’s Peter Pan Goes Wrong.
All the students worked fantastically together and an enjoyable evening was had by all.