We are seeking an individual to support students and families through the CAF process. The successful candidate should expect to be involved from the initial assessment of a case through to the closing of a CAF once agreed targets have been met.
Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre is celebrating the fact that the School Farm is open again to students following the appointment of a new Farm Manager and Assistant Farm Manager. The new staff joined the school in March and they have been busy since they arrived preparing to re-open the Farm to students. The great day came on Monday 31 March when the Farm opened at lunchtime and the students were able to take up their duties around the Farm and support the new staff team with the managing of the a
Homewood School, Tenterden is an oversubscribed progressive and innovative school set in a 55 acre site midway between London and the Channel Ports. Tenterden is described as ‘The Jewel of the Weald’. Its fine High Street must rank amongst the most attractive in the Country with historic houses, shops and restaurants separated from the road by wide expanses of tree-lined grass verges.
We are pleased to confirm we have secured 65 places for any interested Year 12 students to attend the Higher Education Fair at Kent University, Canterbury on Thursday, 24th April 2014.
Students attending the Fair will be able to research higher education courses and institutions and admissions tutors will be present to answer individual questions. If your son/daughter is considering going to University we strongly advise they attend this event.
Please note any students with examinations on this date will not be allowed to attend.
Here are the timings for the new school day from August 2014. We feel this change will secure the best learning opportunities and generous curriculum time for students whilst providing the necessary time to give high quality training and planning time to staff. This is of vital importance as we seek to achieve our goal of world class learning and an Outstanding Ofsted inspection.
On Tuesday 18th March a unique living history experience arrived at Homewood School in the form of a classic double decker bus. During two days, Year 8 students explored life in the 1940s during World War 2, making a fantastic start to their History topic this term. The Home Front bus was new to the East Kent Road Car Company back in 1966 and is now transformed into a number of different Home Front settings, providing a great educational experience.
My name is Katie Bounds, an ex pupil of Kingsnorth primary school. I am travelling to Uganda in October this year with a group of students and 4 teachers from Homewood school for 2 ½ weeks on an educational/cultural visit. We will have the opportunity to work with Watoto in their orphanages and children’s homes as well as visiting cultural sites. In order to fund the trip the students are running fundraising events.
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