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Notice for Sixth Form

Reading Week 2017 Monday 26 June – Friday 30 June

This means that your child will not be in school for the duration of the week. Students will be provided with tasks to complete for the range of subjects are they currently studying. These tasks are compulsory and will be signed off by their class teachers on their return.

Students who are currently studying A Level Law and A Level Government & Politics will be in school on Tuesday 27 June for the Law Conference trip. A letter has already been sent home regarding this trip.

Year 12 Sport volunteering

On Tuesday 20th June, the year 12 Sport’s students volunteered at Elaine school to help out with the race for life (a 5k walk or run) with the nursery and primary school years.

Year 8 World Languages Day

Year 8 World Languages Day

On Friday, 22 year 8 students took part in World Languages Day at the University of Kent. First of all, we had a science lesson in Spanish. We found out about liquids, solids and gases and saw what happened to frozen carbon dioxide when it is mixed with warm water.

Strood Academy students excel at local boxing club

Mr Cogger recently visited Strood Academy Amateur Boxing Club to watch GCSE PE students Sam Dale and Dillon Cole perform as part of their assessment. The boys performed brilliantly with a high level of skill, working with coach Chris Ripley on both attack and defence.

Forensic Science Trip

On Wednesday 24th May a group of 15 year 7's went to Canterbury Christ Church University to take part in a Forensics Science Masterclass.

Kent Athletic Championships

On Saturday 10th June, Year 10 student Reece Perkins represented Strood Academy in the Kent Schools Athletics Championships.

The Election

The Election

On the 8th June students at Strood Academy voted in a mock election. During form time since the announcement of the snap general election students had been exploring the policies of the various different parties standing within the constituency of Rochester and Strood. Students debated a variety of issues in PSHE from funding of education to management of the NHS and social care.